By Sid Campbell and Greglon Yimm Lee
Bruce Lee's years in Oakland during the early 1960s are usually treated as a mere footnote on his path to superstardom, but this period had massive impact on both his film career and martial arts practice. Volume Two of The Dragon and the Tiger continues where the first left off, chronicling Lee's pivotal relationship with master James Yimm Lee and his development of the Jeet Kune Do style. Highlights include Doug Palmer's first-ever account of his friend Lee's trip to Hong Kong to train with the notorious Grandmaster Yip Man, as well as dozens of interviews with Bruce's students and glimpses of rare documents and family history. The Dragon and the Tiger reveals Lee to be an extraordinarily talented young man as well as a warm and caring person.