29. August 2017 · Comments Off on New Music Video · Categories: Uncategorized


After being away from the singing scene for 15 years, the vocals of Jackie Chan is back and will soon be releasing a new album at the end of the year. On August 28, which was also the 7th day of the 7th month on the Lunar calendar (or Chinese Valentines Day), Jackie Chan was in Lin Kou filming an MV for one his new songs “Ai Qing Lao Le” (Love is Getting Old), a gift for his wife Lin Feng Jiao.




22. August 2017 · Comments Off on The Foreigner Press Conference – Beijing · Categories: Uncategorized

On August 21, Jackie Chan and well-known director Martin Campbell (Golden Eye, Casino Royale, The Mask of Zoro) were in Beijing for the press conference of their upcoming new action movie, The Foreigner. The film will be released in China during the National Day holiday period on September 30. Both Jackie and Martin explained how the majority of the scenes were filmed on location, including the scene of an exploding bus on one of London’s bridge, which took the production crew over 4 months to apply for the permit. With the application approved, the crew only had 4 hours to film the exploding scene. And because they wanted to complete the shot in one take, the crew were at the location 2 weeks beforehand to prepare and ensure that everything went right.



After the press conference, Jackie revealed that while filming The Foreigner in England, he underwent a 5-hour operation for an abdominal injury suffered while filming his previous film.  Jackie explained how he first felt abdominal pain, but being an action star, he didn’t think much of it until the pain got worse while filming The Foreigner.  After seeing the doctors, they discovered that his abdominal muscle was severely damaged and required an immediate operation, which lasted over 5 hours. Even though doctors heavily opposed, the day after the operation, Jackie wore a tight bandage around his waist and continued filming. And a week later, he continued doing action sequences.



12. August 2017 · Comments Off on Helping the Blind See · Categories: Uncategorized

On August 10, Jackie Chan and the Beijing Tongren Ophthalmology Department initiated a “Charity in Tibet” operation, aiming to help the visually impaired in Tibet re-gain vision.

The Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation (Beijing) and the Beijing Tongren Zhang Xiao Lou Ophthalmology Charitable Foundation supported the cause where 55 successful eye operations were recently completed for local residents in Tibet. The event was held at Tibet Hospital were Jackie donated RMB$2 million to the Beijing Tongren Ophthalmology Charitable Foundation and also assisted with uncovering patient’s gauze dressings after the event.

Because Tibet is geographically located in high altitude, the area is well known for its high rate of cataract.


02. August 2017 · Comments Off on BBC “Earth: One Amazing Day” · Categories: Uncategorized

On August 1, 2017, Jackie Chan was in Beijing for the worldwide premier press conference of BBC’s nature documentary Earth: One Amazing Day. Jackie is the narrator for the Chinese version of the film, and he attended the event alongside director Lixin Fan, BBC producer Stephen McDonogh, and executive producer Neil Nightingale. Jackie jokingly described himself as a leopard or eagle when he’s on the set, and like a bear when acting comedy.

The film will be released worldwide on August 11, 2017, with the first premier screening to be held in China.


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