...especially when there is nothing to contradict. In Asian notation the family name is indeed generally put before the individual name (at least for Chinese/Japanese Asian - I wouldn't know for others). So in 'Li Xiaolong', Li would indeed be the family name and Xiaolong what we call 'first name'.
'Lee' is just a phonetical Americanization of 'Li'.
so its monty's way of indicating her color and giving a throwback to her fighting style which is supposed to be based upon bruce lee's "way of the intercepting fist " excepting the shotgun gauntlets mixed with a little boxing.
and as for chinese names, the first syllable is usually the last name and the last two are descirptions that u want the person to have. so inactuality its not little dragon isn't his "name" but his personality his parents wished that he would have.. like a little dragon as dragons were sacred/holy beings in chinese mythos.
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