A Bruce Lee-themed park is to be built at the late kung-fu star's ancestral home in China, the president of his Hong Kong fan club has said.
Bruce Lee died in 1973
The park will feature a statue of Lee - who died 34 years ago - as well as a memorial hall and martial arts academy.
Newspaper reports in China have put the estimated cost of the park at 200 million Chinese Yuan (£13m).
But fan club chairman Wong Yiu-keung told The Associated Press he was not sure who is funding the planned park.
A ceremony to mark the laying of foundations at the park in Shunde, near Hong Kong, was held on Sunday, attended by Lee's younger brother Robert and actress Betty Ting Pei.
Lee was born in the US but first shot to fame in Hong Kong, where he had moved as a child.
His most famous films include Fist of Fury, Enter the Dragon and Game of Death.
He died aged 32 in July 1973 from a cerebral edema - a swelling of the brain.
A statue of Lee was unveiled in Hong Kong last year on what would have been his 65th birthday.