Azure Dragon (Yang): Bio
Name: Yang Lee
D.O.B: September 9th (The same birthday like Yun)
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Height: 5’8 (173 cm)
Weight: 136 lbs (62kg)
Blood type: B
Birthplace: Hong Kong, China
Likes: Cats, his hair, Yun, Chun Li, movies
Dislikes: Rash people and stinky tofu
Skills: Hairstyling, Inline skating, and taming cats
Rivals: Yun, Chun Li, Sean, and Ryu
Fighting Style: Chinese Martial Arts (Eight Extremities Fist)
Appearance: He wears a sleeveless red kung fu shirt, yellow wristbands attached with fingerless gloves, black (or dark blue) pants, and his black sneakers with a few red details. He also has his brown jagged hair bangs as well.
Personality: Yang is one of the less cocky of the Lee Brothers with a cool, quiet, and self- carrying personality. However, he sometimes talk too much just a bit and condescending with some eagerness to prove that he is better than his older brother.
Like Yun, he is a film enthusiast, and when he encounters Fei Long in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, in his win quote he asks if he is "the real Fei Long" and then plan to tell Yun about meeting him. He also comments on Decapre looking like she came from "some crummy B movie".
The Lee Brothers are relatives to their long-lost uncle Lee who fought in the first World Tournament.
While having been separated from their parents at birth, they are the honored twins of a certain neighborhood of Hong Kong, and are the beneficiaries of eight noteworthy and influential leaders of Hong Kong's underworld, who support them as their godparents. They own a restaurant, and are also active in their communities, helping maintain the peace and settling disputes.
While growing up, they were raised by their herbalist and acupuncturist grandfather, who also taught them the arts of Chinese Kung Fu. During his youth he had the nickname "Blue Dragon" (青龍)
Street Fighter IV series
He appears in Chun-Li's opening movie in Street Fighter IV with Yun. The twins also make a brief appearance in her Super Street Fighter IV ending.
In Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Yang, with his twin brother Yun, followed Chun-Li on her mission to take down S.I.N., with the pair thinking that anything or anyone Chun-Li considers worth fighting must be an interesting challenge. He also uses this opportunity to test his skills against other fighters besides Yun and his uncles.
After the adventure, Yun and Yang get into trouble because they wandered off without telling any of their uncles. As they get dealt their punishment, Yang runs into Chun-Li. Yang thanks her, stating he would not have fought such strong opponents had it not been for her influence. The siblings bid her farewell and hope to see her again someday.
Street Fighter III series
In New Generation, Yang is selectable only as a "palette swap" of Yun. In the later two games, he is a separate character with his own unique set of special attacks and super arts.
Yang, along with Yun, entered the third World Warrior tournament to show their skills. They later found and fought Gill, who appreciated their effort and granted them leadership of their town. They passionately turned down his offer, since they only fought him to stop his maniacal plans.
In Yang's ending, he and Yun are having a quarrel only to be stopped by Hoimei and her sister Shaomei. Shaomei tells him that Hoimei was expressing her relief to see them again and gives them advice to not act so reckless. Yang agrees and goes with Shaomei while Yun gets his ear pinched by Hoimei.
Other Street Fighter appearances:
Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX/Upper
While Yang is not playable in the Alpha series, he does appear in Yun's story in the portable versions of Street Fighter Alpha 3. Yang and his twin brother Yun are searching around the world for the legendary movie star Fei Long, so they could become famous movie stars. They have a run-in with Dee Jay, who by chance is known to associate with Fei Long, and so Yun fought him and won. Yun heard rumors of Fei-Long working with Shadaloo, but Dee Jay claims they were false, knowing Fei Long was no crook. With Dee Jay's help, they finally find Fei Long and fight him to know the truth.
After the Lee Brothers won, Fei Long told Yun and Yang that he had simply infiltrated Shadaloo to get closer to their evil leader, M. Bison. The Lee Brothers decided to help Fei Long in order to save the world from Shadaloo. Unfortunately, the Lee Brothers and Fei Long were then caught by Shadaloo. They successfully escaped, and began to work their way to Bison. Fei Long let Yun finish off the rest of Shadaloo's Dolls, while he finds and fights Bison. Yun finds Fei Long defeated at Bison's feet. Bison asks the Lee Brothers to join him and Shadaloo, but they refuse. And so, they fight, and with the help of Fei Long, the Lee Brothers are victorious. Fei Long thanks them, and in return the Lee brothers got their wish to become movie stars and starred in their own movie, Street King 2: Three Dragons.
Street Fighter III: Ryu Final
Yang appears as an opponent in the Street Fighter III: Ryu Final manga. Though he initially served as more of a challenge to Ryu than his brother due to his faster, unpredictable moves, his blows lacked physical power and he was defeated as well. He was last seen recovering from his wounds with Yun.
Yang makes a brief appearance in the Half Pipe stage in Street Fighter X Tekken, watching the fight as his brother skateboards behind him. The stage is also in Ultra Street Fighter IV, but Yang will only appear if he's not fighting on it.
Yang appears as a card in SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash.