Biography[edit | edit source]
Lee spoke of "the art of fighting without fighting", which the Fourth Doctor likened to a concept in The Art of War, it being "a greater honour to defeat the enemy without resorting to battle." (PROSE: The Shadow of Weng-Chiang)
By 1972, Lee had an American wife and children, and was considered a local hero by the people of Hong Kong, where a statue was raised in his honour. In this year, he aided the Thirteenth Doctor and her companions when they went up against Chen Luo and Shui Long.
Shortly after, he starred in a film called Enter the Dragon.
According to Ryan Sinclair, Lee died less than a year after 1972 due to an untreated swelling on his brain. The Doctor regretfully shot down Ryan's proposal that they warn him of his illness, due to Lee's place in the Web of Time. (COMIC: The White Dragon)