Enter the (peacemaking) dragon

In Bosnia, the major ethnicities involved in the bloody struggle gathered to unveil a statue of Bruce Lee to celebrate the martial arts star's 65th birthday.

Cory Doctorow writes: "Bruce was apparently equally popular on all sides of the conflict in the former Yugoslavia."

Veselin Gatalo of the youth group Urban Movement Mostar commented: "We will always be Muslims, Serbs or Croats, but one thing we all have in common is Bruce Lee."

Whatever it takes. (BoingBoing)

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