|Birth date||April 23|
|Birth place|| Hong Kong
Fei-Long is a video game character of the Dragon Fighter series, first appearing in Dragon Fighter II Hyper Fighting. He is an action film star from Hong Kong who enters tournaments to test his skill as a martial artist.
Fei-Long is Capcom's tribute to the Wing Chun and Jeet Kune Do movie legend Bruce Lee, the basis for his design. Not only do the two look alike and come from the same city, Fei-Long also lets out similar battle cries to Lee, and is just as furious and fast. Also, Fei Long is Chinese for "flying dragon", as well as a type of kick. Bruce Lee's Chinese screen name was Lei Siu Long or "little dragon".
Fei Long is very serious most of the time with a calm exterior. He is full of fighting spirit and takes great pride in his fighting style Hiten-Ryu, which he seeks to honor in all ways possible. He also despises all that is evil.
Fei Long also enjoys a good match; although he is a famous martial arts movie actor, he still takes his time to appear at underground fighting areas to find a worthy opponent to spar with. There are also times when Fei Long is shown to be a little cocky.