12. July 2018 · Comments Off on “Bie Fang Qi”! 別放棄! ~ Don’t Give Up · Categories: Uncategorized


I’d like to share another song with you all. This song is called: 別放棄 – “Bie Fang Qi” (Don’t Give Up). It was written by Jaycee in 2008 for the athletes competing in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and was released in his album in 2010. Now, I’d like to sing this song to him….


Like with my other songs, I recorded a short message to go with別放棄 – “Bie Fang Qi“.  Those of you who understand Mandarin can have a listen first! My staff will provide an English translation very soon.


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19. June 2018 · Comments Off on A Song to My Parents ~ “Ai Qing Lao Le” · Categories: Uncategorized

Fathers day has just passed, and I miss my dad. When I was young, my dad didn’t give me many presents, but I do remember him giving me 2-3 gifts. Even though they’re just some very ordinary things, I’ve treasured them and kept them with me all along. Today, I’d like to give him this gift. This song, “愛情老了 – Ai Qing Lao Le“, is a song I sung on behalf of my dad to my mom. It’s a record of their lifetime story, and it’s also a record of words that my dad didn’t get a chance to say to my mom.

My mom and dad didn’t have any diamond rings or fresh flowers, and they never said “I love you” to each other. But they both were by each others sides until the very end. This is my parent’s story. Although very ordinary and simple, they have taught me what is real love.

When love gets old, what is it? It’s family! What’s more important, more valuable, than family that will always be by your side? Family that can spend a lifetime together? I’ve played many characters in movies where my loved ones are at the brink of life or death. And I’m sure you’ve watched many beautiful love story movies. But I think that the most beautiful love story of all has always been people by our sides. That is, the love of our parents. I’m singing this song for my parents, and I’m singing it to everyone as well. I hope everyone can be like my parents, and are fortunate enough to see what love is like when it gets old!


I also recorded a short message to go with the song.  Those of you who understand Mandarin can have a listen first! There’s an English translation below ~ Hope you can listen to my voice and read the translation at the same time.

Dedicated to my parents – “Ai Qing Lao Le

In this day and age, things are growing so fast that people don’t get a chance to see what love looks like when it gets old. During my parent’s gneration, a lifetime truly meant a lifetime. No matter how difficult the road was, they still had each other to carry on.

My parents met during an unsettling time. Before they met, they each had a previous marriage and children. Because of war, they were forced to leave their hometowns and ended up in Hong Kong. This is where they fell in love, and then had me. As far as I can remember, dad worked in the kitchen while mom helped people do the laundry. I’d be crawling around mom’s knees; she’d be working and looking after me at the same time.

At night, I made a lot of noise and always like to cry. Whenever this happened, mom would take me outside to the gardens, cool me with a fan, sing me a lullaby, and gently rock me to sleep. At that time, I was already quite heavy. Working during the day, then looking after me at night was hard work for her.

When I started going to primary school, I was trouble every day and didn’t want to learn. Dad was offered a job to work in Australia as the Head Chef for the American Embassy. This job meant more money and better support for the family. It was obvious that I wasn’t doing well in school so they decided to send me to the Chinese Peking Opera School. Dad left Hong Kong, went to Australia. Soon afterwards, mom left too.

Over 10 years later, I finally had a chance to travel to Canberra, Australia. When I arrived at the small airport, I saw my parents in the distance, their hair already white, mom was shorter than me by quite a lot. I gave them a big hug and started sobbing.

But I guess when I wasn’t by their side, at least mom had dad, and dad had mom. No matter how difficult life was, they still had each other. Winter, summer; cold or hot. Having someone who cares about you; someone to go home to at night and whisper “xin ku le” (you’ve worked hard).

My parents had the chance to witness “愛情老了 – Ai Qing Lao Le”, what love looks like when it gets old.
I also hope I have this opportunity to witness it as well.



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31. May 2018 · Comments Off on Qing Chun Gu Shi ~ Another Song to Share · Categories: Uncategorized

Last year during our JC Stunt Team 40th Anniversary celebration, I dedicated this song “Qing Chun Gu Shi ” – 《青春故事》to my JC Stunt Team members, fans, and friends all over the world. From the very beginning as one of the ‘Seven Little Fortunes’ to establishing my JC Stunt Team, these people have accompanied me during my childhood and youthful years. Today, I’d like to share with you some of these old photos. Every single photo is a precious and unforgettable piece of memory, telling a story of when I was young. Now it’s your turn to tell me, who do you think of after listening to my song? What is your childhood story that comes to mind?


I also recorded a short message to go with this song. Again, it’s in Mandarin, but my staff will translate it to English for my overseas fans very soon. For those of you who understand Mandarin can have a listen first.


Qing Chun Gu Shi 青春故事獨白 – Monologue

“My childhood was a little different from yours. When I was about 6 years old, my parents sent me to the Chinese Opera School. Every day, as soon as I opened my eyes, I’d be up and training with my “shixiong” (brothers). At a blink of an eye, I trained for 10 years. I was still so young and my parents weren’t by my side. Training every day was tough and I’d often be punished by my sifu (master). I remember when I first started, apart from crying every day, I’d just cry every day.

As I grew a little older, I was selected as one of the “Seven Little Fortunes”. Even so, I still had to train hard every day, and Sifu still punished me quite often. But at least I got a chance to perform on stage, and having that opportunity made me feel very honored. While performing on stage, we’d always have some little ‘accidents’ every now and then. One day, someone would forget his lines and start creating his own script; another day, I might suddenly decide to wear a moustache with my costume and go on stage. These memories are still vivid on my mind, and I often laugh to myself whenever I think or talk about them.

Later, we started working on the movie set. From being an extra to being a stunt double, then becoming a stuntman; from acting as a dead body in a scene to having one shot where I walk past the camera, and then advancing to having one line in the movie…… I would do the action sequences that people didn’t want to do. I would jump the buildings that people wouldn’t jump. Slowly, I established a name for myself.

And then later, I started to have my own team, called the JC Stunt Team. At the very beginning, there were only 2-3 of us. As time passed, more and more people joined us. At first, the team were all Asians, but now there are people from countries all over the world. Since then till now, it’s been over 40 years already. I believe that not only in the history of kung fu movies in Hong Kong, you will see traces of us in the history of kung fu movies worldwide.

This song is dedicated to our youthful years. Back then, we had no idea what the future would be like. We didn’t know if hard work would actually result in success. But we still worked hard, gave it our best, never let go, never gave up and continued to risk it at all costs.

The Chinese Opera School, Seven Little Fortunes, the JC Stunt Team – these are all very precious memories that will always remain with each and every one of us.”



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22. April 2018 · Comments Off on Earth Day – Green Heroes · Categories: Uncategorized

I’ve played so many types of heroes in many different movies. But when it comes to protecting our environment, there will never be just one hero to save the world. Environmental protection requires the combined strength of every single human on the planet. April 22 is Earth day and my documentary about protecting our environment, “Jackie Chan’s Green Heroes” will also be released. Let’s all be our own environmental hero!





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20. April 2018 · Comments Off on Presenting Award · Categories: Uncategorized

Lately, I’ve been busy preparing for my upcoming new movie and we’re at the very exciting stage of starting the production. But last week, the HKFA asked if I could present the Professional Achievement Award at the ceremony. When they told me the award winner was Pauline, I didn’t think twice and immediately agreed to fly back to HK. Being a good “Tea Lady” is not an easy job! And Pauline has been doing this for over 30 years. Not only does she look after the main actors and stars filming the movie, she actually looks after everyone on the set. While I was on the stage I said, “when we work in society, we should work with our hearts. When you are nice to someone, they will be nice to you too. And Pauline’s XO sauce is truly delicious!”

While I was in HK, I saw all the gifts and donations and drawings and cards that fans from all over the world sent to me. I know my fans are worried and they keep asking if I received their gift or not. Please rest assured, my dear fans, I’ve received all your gifts! I’ve opened them and seen them, and I want to take this opportunity to say “thank you” for your continuous and heartwarming support! Thank you!



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