May 25th, 2012 – Posted by Christen
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Still on tour in Seattle. I visited Bruce Lee’s gravesite yesterday. The book on his tombstone says, “Your inspiration continues to guide us towards our personal liberation.” As a student of Jeet Kune Do, I couldn’t agree more. Thank you for all that you continue to teach us Bruce!
November 14th, 2011 – Posted by Christen
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I’ve just returned to Los Angeles after spending three weeks in Oaxaca de Juarez, the capital city of Oaxaca, Mexico. I gave five concerts, ate world-class cuisine, even brushed up against danger. I took so many photos and videos that I’m contemplating how to share it all with you, too… Oaxaca is a place we […]