When I had the accident in Yugoslavia, my JC Stunt team were at the scene. One of the stuntmen well known for being very manly on the set, was crying in tears when he told me about the operation. That person was Fung Hak On. He’s a member of the second generation JC Stunt team. From being a stuntman to an action choreographer, then progressing on as a director, he’s become a great role model in the hearts of our younger generation. It’s hard to comprehend that I’ve actually come to a point in our lives where we’re continuously saying goodbye. Hak-on, my brother forever, may you rest in peace.









Text and Photos ©2016 The JC Group
All Rights Reserved

January 07, 2016

The start of Spring Festival has been filled with sadness because of a large earthquake that shook Southern Taiwan recently, leaving many injured and loss of lives. People are still being rescued right now. I’ve been paying close attention to the situation and I hope I can help provide relief to the disaster victims by helping rebuild their homes. I’d like to send my special respects to all the rescue workers who’ve been searching endlessly around the clock for survivors. You’re efforts are to be highly commended!



Text and Photos ©2016 The JC Group
All Rights Reserved


January 19, 2016

diary 03

Lately I’ve been busy flying all over the world. Firstly with Kung Fu Yoga, we started filming in Beijing, then flew to Dubai, and then back to Beijing. Next was Railroad Tigers, shooting from Dongbei in Northeast China, then across to Shandong province. Straight after the wrap for Railroad Tigers, we immediately drove back to Beijing and continued shooting for Kung Fu Yoga. After filming Kung Fu Yoga for about 10 days, I had to fly straight to London and start shooting the new film, Foreigner. We’ve been filming in London for about a week already. On Sunday the 17th, we started work at 5:00am and right after we finished at 1:00pm, I immediately rushed to the airport and flew back to Shanghai to attend the premier event for Kung Fu Panda 3. Now I have to fly back to London and continue shooting my new film!



diary 04



Text and Photos ©2016 The JC Group
All Rights Reserved

sm 01

Yesterday, I especially flew to Taiwan to attend the grand opening of the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum. Following the Asian Civilizations Museum in Singapore, the National Palace (southern branch) in Taiwan is the second museum to receive my 12 Chinese Zodiacs bronze heads that have taken us many years to make. Thanks to a team of creative artists and designers for their hard work and efforts, I was finally able to donate the bronze zodiac heads to Taiwan and have them displayed in the main museum at the southern branch. I was very excited and pleased to see the serene and impressive exhibit. I truly hope that more and more people will better understand my heartfelt intentions of protecting our history and respecting our culture.

sm 05


sm 04

Text and Photos Copyright © 2015 The JC Group HK
All Rights Reserved



December 7, 2015

Early this morning, I heard the news that my good friend, Ko Chun Hsiung, passed away…. I recently saw an interview of him at the Golden Horse Awards, and I noticed that he wasn’t well because he’d lost a lot of weight. I had never imagined that just a few days later, he passed away.

I remember during pre-production for Miracles, we were discussing who should play the boss of the Fujian Gang. Without a second thought, we immediately knew that there was no better person to play the part but him. His fluent Hokkienese was perfect for the role.

I’m currently working on the set of my new film and it’s freezing cold, but my mind is filled with flashbacks and memories of when we worked together, his friendly warm smile and hearty laughter. May you rest in peace my dear friend.





Text and Photos Copyright © 2015 The JC Group HK
All Rights Reserved