In 1974, Maser Lee was invited to Shreveport, Louisiana, where he became one of the first Chinese Masters to introduce the traditional Chinese Martial Arts into mainstream American. Since then, Master Lee has demonstrated his Kung-Fu in numerous national and international Karate tournaments and Kung-Fu exhibitions.
Master Lee has also been featured in many national Martial Arts Magazines through personal interviews as well as professional articles about traditional Kung-Fu. Master Lee was recognized by Internal Arts magazine as "...one of the most knowledgeable Masters of Pa Kua Chang in this country"; and by inside Kung-Fu magazine as "...a nationally respected instructor of Chinese Martial Arts"; and also by the Pa Kua Journal as "...one of the two best known Fu Style Pa Kua Masters in the United States." He has also been named Instructor of the Year and inducted into the Louisiana Black Belt Hall of Fame.
Master Lee is a member of the advisory board of the U.S. Chinese Martial Arts Council as well as the U.S. Wu Shu Federation. Early in 1991, he was elected National Chairperson of Chinese Martial Art, Traditional Northern Shaolin of the AAU. The High Degree of proficiency of Master Lee's teaching skills, application of technique, and theoretical insight into Chinese Martial Arts, both internal and external, are best demonstrated though his students. They excel in national and world championship titles in Forms and Sparring.