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  • Obama, Hu toast 'strategic mutual trust' at state dinner (Dingy 'dictator' Reid skips town)

    01/19/2011 8:23:45 PM PST · by Libloather · 11 replies
    The Hill ^ | 1/19/11 | Christina Wilkie
    Obama, Hu toast 'strategic mutual trust' at state dinnerBy Christina Wilkie - 01/19/11 10:30 PM ET President Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao toasted U.S. and Chinese collaboration and mutual interests on Wednesday night at a festive state dinner for 225 guests at the White House. Their toasts marked the high point of an evening notable for its strict adherence to the protocol and symbolism valued in Chinese culture, but which, at the same time, managed to fulfill the Chinese delegation's request for a thoroughly American dinner party. Guests dined on a meal of pear salad, lobster, ribeye steak and...
  • China Indicts Jackie Chan's Son On Drug Charge

    12/22/2014 3:40:53 PM PST · by zeestephen · 17 replies
    MSN.com ^ | 22 December 2014
    Police said Jaycee Chan and [Taiwan movie star] Ko Kai tested positive for marijuana and admitted using the drug, and that 100 grams of it were taken from Jaycee Chan's home. [In past years Jackie Chan has effusively praised the Communist Party and called America the most corrupt nation in the world]
  • China's Wanda Unveils $8.2 Billion Movie Fund as Hollywood A-Listers Lend Support

    09/22/2013 6:35:43 PM PDT · by TexGrill · 7 replies
    Hollywood Reporter ^ | 09/21/2013 | Clifford Coonan
    QINGDAO, China – China's Wanda Group has unwrapped an $8.2 billion film investment plan to transform the country's movie industry into the world's biggest within five years, and group chairman Wang Jianlin said the company, which bought the AMC theater chain last year, is just starting to expand globally. Hollywood A-listers turned out in force in searing sunshine in Qingdao, northeastern China, with Leonardo DiCaprio, Nicole Kidman and Harvey Weinstein there to show moral support for the Qingdao Oriental Movie Metropolis complex, which is slated to open in 2017 in the eastern Chinese port city. The facility will include a...
  • Jackie Chan back in action, branding US more corrupt than China

    01/14/2013 10:16:27 AM PST · by Red Badger · 23 replies
    http://www.scmp.com ^ | Saturday, 12 January, 2013, 12:00am | Vivienne Chow
    Action star Jackie Chan has once again sparked controversy by branding America the world's "most corrupt" country in a TV interview. His comments were slammed by The Washington Post's foreign affairs blogger Max Fisher as "anti-American" and a reflection of China's insecurity about itself. Chan told Phoenix TV that China has been bullied by international powers for a long time and only began making progress in recent years. Chan added that while China has a corruption problem, so do other nations, including America. "If you talk about corruption, the entire world - America - has no corruption?" said the actor....
  • Boycott Jackie Chan and PSY (These anti-Americans don't speak for this Asian)

    01/18/2013 7:43:31 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 17 replies
    National Review ^ | 01/18/2013 | Michelle Malkin
    Martial-arts movie legend Jackie Chan deserves a rhetorical roundhouse kick to the mouth. So does his pal PSY, the Korean rapper whose “Gangnam Style” music video has racked up more than a billion views worldwide. Both men have raked in big bucks from Western fans while trashing the very freedoms and cultures that made them superstars. Last week, the Washington Post spotlighted a recent interview Chan did with Chinese TV in which he accused America of being “the most corrupt country in the world.” The Hong Kong–born Chan also admitted proudly that he is a propagandist for the Communist Chinese...
  • Anti-American Asians Don't Speak for Me

    01/18/2013 4:45:26 AM PST · by Kaslin · 29 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 18, 2013 | Michelle Malkin
    Martial arts movie legend Jackie Chan deserves a rhetorical roundhouse kick to the mouth. So does his pal PSY, the Korean rapper whose "Gangnam Style" music video has racked up more than a billion views worldwide. Both men have raked in big bucks from Western fans while trashing the very freedoms and cultures that made them superstars. Last week, The Washington Post spotlighted a recent interview Chan did with Chinese TV in which he accused America of being "the most corrupt country in the world." The Hong Kong-born Chan also admitted proudly that he is a propagandist for the Communist...
  • The anti-Americanism of Jackie Chan

    01/13/2013 7:13:01 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 31 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 01/13/2013 | Max Fisher
    Americans know Jackie Chan best for his cheery, acrobatic performances in action movies such as “Rumble in the Bronx” and “Rush Hour,” made successful by his amazing martial artistry and self-effacing comedy. Chinese know Chan, a Hong Kong native, for largely the same reasons. But they also know him for something most Americans might find surprising: He is passionately political, a staunch defender of the Chinese Communist Party and harsh critic of anyone he sees as opposing Beijing. Today, that includes the United States. Chan, responding to widespread criticism of China’s recent censorship of a popular newspaper, insisted in a...
  • Jackie Chan calls US 'most corrupt' country in the world

    01/12/2013 7:07:53 AM PST · by Pinkbell · 65 replies
    France 24 ^ | January 12, 2013 | AFP
    Hong Kong action hero Jackie Chan has once again provoked criticism, this time from an American blogger, after suggesting on Chinese television that the US is the "most corrupt" country in the world. "When you talk about corruption -- the whole world, is there corruption in the United States? The most corrupt in the world!" the Rush Hour star, who has made headlines recently for his controversial views, told Phoenix TV last month. Chan reaffirmed his view after the show's host questioned him -- "Of course! Where did the great breakdown come from? The world, the United States started it,"...
  • Jackie Chan Raises $3.3 Million in Three Hours for Japan Relief

    04/05/2011 1:40:06 PM PDT · by DTogo · 20 replies
    The Hollywood Reporter ^ | April 4, 2011 | Karen Chu
    He estimates he has given out at least half of what he has earned throughout his career: “My goal is to have a $0 in my bank account the day I die.” HONG KONG — Help for the people of Japan suffering the effects of earthquake, tsunami and radioactive fallout was only a phone call away. It helped that Jackie Chan was on one end of the call. “When I picked up the phone and called my friends in the entertainment business in Japan, South Korea, Indonesia and Singapore, right away, they all agreed to come over,” Chan said. The...
  • (Jackie Chan): My Visit to the White House

    01/20/2011 2:04:27 PM PST · by a fool in paradise · 33 replies · 1+ views
    JackieChan.Com ^ | 1-20-2011 | Jackie Chan
    When I had a chance, I took a look at some of the beautiful rooms in the White House; I was so excited just to be there. When I looked around, I could feel all the history of the place and I felt like I was having flashbacks into history just by being in these rooms. It was thrilling! When I met President Obama, he shook my hand and told me that he was a big fan of mine. Wow! This made me feel so humbled and honored. I was practically speechless and just mumbled to him that it was...
  • MOVIE REVIEW : Karate Kid

    06/10/2010 5:55:10 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 28 replies · 889+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | 06/10/2010 | Betsy Sharkey
    Summary : It has kick from Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan, but its running time may test its target audience's patience. "The Karate Kid" is a kung fu kick of film that hits more than it misses, with its fresh prince of Beijing in Jaden Smith, its scene-stealing grand master flash, Jackie Chan, and a shiny-happy China travelogue thrown in for good measure, or tax incentives, one of the two. The grit and the grime of the 1984 original are gone, swept under some Oriental rug no doubt in the spit-shine director Harald Zwart has given every nook and cranny...
  • Jackie Chan Says 'Chinese Need to Be Controlled'

    04/18/2009 10:06:23 AM PDT · by ex91B10 · 28 replies · 909+ views
    fox news ^ | Saturday, April 18, 2009 | n/a
    Action star Jackie Chan said Saturday he's not sure if a free society is a good thing for China and that he's starting to think "we Chinese need to be controlled." Chan's comments drew applause...
  • Jackie Chan: Chinese people need to be controlled

    04/18/2009 11:25:42 AM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 36 replies · 1,618+ views
    Associated Press ^ | April 18, 2009 | WILLIAM FOREMAN
    BOAO, China (AP) - Action star Jackie Chan said Saturday he's not sure if a free society is a good thing for China and that he's starting to think "we Chinese need to be controlled." Chan's comments drew applause from a predominantly Chinese audience of business leaders in China's southern island province of Hainan. The 55-year-old Hong Kong actor was participating in a panel at the annual Boao Forum when he was asked to discuss censorship and restrictions on filmmakers in China. He expanded his comments to include society.
  • More Useful Idiots: Cleese hates Bush, Slams Marines, Chan Kicks Democracy, too 'Chaotic'

    04/22/2009 6:40:59 AM PDT · by Mobile Vulgus · 39 replies · 970+ views
    Publius' Forum ^ | 4/22/09 | Warner Todd Huston
    Proving the old adage that instead of sitting quietly letting everyone think you are an idiot one should speak up and prove it, funnyman John Cleese and Kung Fu action star Jackie Chan recently did some talking that they should probably have avoided. Apparently unaware that they've left office, Cleese unloaded on George W. Bush and Dick Cheney and seemed to say U.S. Marines weren't very sophisticated at a recent visit to Cornell University. For his part, Jackie Chan announced to the world that Chinese people "needed controlling" because all that darn democracy is just too "chaotic" for them. One...
  • Jackie Chan 'control' comments criticised in China (blatant flattery not appreciated)

    04/20/2009 11:25:07 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 19 replies · 711+ views
    AFP ^ | 04/20/09
    Jackie Chan 'control' comments criticised in China Mon Apr 20, 10:43 am ET BEIJING, April 20, 2009 (AFP) – Comments made by Hong Kong movie star Jackie Chan that Chinese people "need to be controlled," drew criticism in China's press as it belatedly reported his views on Monday. Chan, best-known for his martial-arts comedies, told an annual meeting of governments and business leaders on Saturday that China should be wary of allowing too many freedoms. "I don't know whether it is better to have freedom or to have no freedom," numerous mainland news websites quoted Chan as saying at the...
  • Jackie Chan's China Comments Prompt Backlash

    04/19/2009 2:14:08 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 19 replies · 1,112+ views
    AP ^ | 4/19/09 | MIN LEE
    Snip "He's insulted the Chinese people. Chinese people aren't pets," pro-democracy Hong Kong legislator Leung Kwok-hung told The Associated Press in a phone interview. "Chinese society needs a democratic system to protect human rights and rule of law." "His comments are racist. People around the world are running their own countries. Why can't Chinese do the same?" another Hong Kong lawmaker, Albert Ho, told the AP. "He himself has enjoyed freedom and democracy and has reaped the economic benefits of capitalism. But he has yet to grasp the true meaning of freedom and democracy," Taiwanese legislator Huang Wei-che said.
  • Jackie Chan Visa commercial - Olympics

    08/21/2008 1:35:31 PM PDT · by Choose Ye This Day · 11 replies · 67+ views
    Visa ^ | Visa
    I don't know if anyone else has seen this. I can only watch NBC, and this ad hasn't run there. Jackie being his usual goofy self.
  • Protests as Jackie Chan arrives in Taiwan (Chicom cheerleader dissed)

    06/21/2008 7:43:20 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 56 replies · 491+ views
    AFP ^ | 06/18/08
    Protests as Jackie Chan arrives in Taiwan Wed Jun 18, 12:38 PM ET Kung fu hero Jackie Chan arrived in Taipei Wednesday amid a protest over controversial remarks he made four years ago on the island's presidential elections. Scores of protesters shouted "Jackie Chan, get out" as the Hong Kong actor, having arrived aboard a private jet, was escorted by bodyguards and local police out of the international airport near Taipei.
  • China Bans ‘Rush Hour 3' (calls Jackie Chan film Anti-Chinese)

    08/14/2007 7:34:23 PM PDT · by SirLinksalot · 15 replies · 814+ views
    Newsmax ^ | Aug. 13,2007 | James Hirsen
    Apparently, the No. 1 mid-August movie hit in the U.S. is not going to make it to the big screen in China. The communist Chinese government has tagged Jackie Chan's "Rush Hour 3" with a "fundamentally anti-Chinese" label and banned the big box-office hit. Chinese officials claim to be upset with a family that is depicted in the film as having links to organized crime. It could be the real reason the Chi-coms are peeved is the fact that Chan is living proof that dreams really do come true — in a free market, that is. The action movie comic...
  • Report: Jackie Chan Disrupts Concert

    07/11/2006 10:14:50 PM PDT · by Panerai · 21 replies · 458+ views
    CBS / AP ^ | 07/11/2006
    Newspaper Says Kung Fu King Jumped On Stage, Told Audience He's Drunk Jackie Chan disrupted a concert by Taiwanese singer-songwriter Jonathan Lee and exchanged insults with the audience, a news report said Tuesday. Ming Pao Daily News quoted the 52-year-old action star as saying onstage that he was drunk. Chan suddenly jumped on the stage Monday night and demanded a duet with Lee. He then tried to conduct the band but stopped and restarted the music several times, the newspaper reported. As the awkward interruption dragged on, audience members started to heckle Chan, who replied with an insult, according to...
  • Chan Exhorts Asia Not to Lose Its Culture (Viva la Raza!)

    11/27/2005 8:49:07 AM PST · by Frank T · 23 replies · 738+ views
    AP ^ | November 26, 2005 | unknown
    NEW DELHI (AP) -- Action star Jackie Chan has a message for Asia's film industry: Unite against American movies or risk losing your culture. Chan has starred in a string of Hollywood blockbusters, including "Rush Hour" and its sequel, and plans to start shooting "Rush Hour 3" soon. But he told The Times of India that that such movies erode the culture of Asian countries, saying "Asians should unite against American cinema." "Why do we need to ape their culture," Chan reportedly said. "I see an Indian saying 'Yo Man!' but that's not what Asian are about." India, like Hong...
  • Schwarzenegger, Jackie Chan team up in ad

    11/16/2005 7:39:56 AM PST · by SmithL · 5 replies · 346+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | 11/16/5 | Phillip Matier, Andrew Ross
    It's no "Terminator 4," but Arnold Schwarzenegger is about to come back to the screen -- the small screen, that is, in front of the world's biggest audience. The governor will co-star with fellow action hero Jackie Chan in a new buddy flick -- or more precisely, a buddy promo -- that's about to premiere on Chinese TV. The 30-second public service announcement, which was shot before the Governator left on his 12-day trade mission to China, is for a cause near and dear to the onetime star's heart -- stopping film and music piracy. The spot doesn't stop there,...
  • Hong Kong marshals star power of Jackie Chan to boost Chinese nationalism(Chicomm cheerleader)

    05/21/2005 10:17:47 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 14 replies · 823+ views
    Reuters ^ | 05/18/05
    Wednesday May 18, 7:00 PM Hong Kong marshals star power of Jackie Chan to boost Chinese nationalism Hong Kong marshaled the star power of Jackie Chan to boost lukewarm Chinese nationalism in the former British colony in a TV ad campaign unveiled on Wednesday. As officials showed off the advertisement, Hong Kong lawmakers debated a motion urging the government to require the hanging of the Chinese flag on government buildings, schools and universities. The latest moves were likely inspired by China's concerns that Hong Kongers aren't patriotic enough. Accustomed to Western-style freedoms under British rule that only ended eight years...
  • S. Korea:Chinese Press Predict Kim Hee-sun to be Reborn as Representative Brand of Asia

    07/12/2004 11:27:47 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 11 replies · 953+ views
    Chosun Ilbo ^ | 07/12/04 | Song Won-sup
    Chinese Press Predict Kim Hee-sun to be Reborn as Representative Brand of Asia Korean actress Kim Hee-sun received high praises from the Chinese press which said that, “She will be reborn as the ‘representative brand of Asia’ by working with four major Chinese directors.” A daily newspaper, published in Beijing reported in its Sunday paper that “The four major directors representing China -- Stanley Tong, Chen Kaige, Ang Lee, Zhang Yimou -- are all currently working with Kim Hee-sun or either planning on working with her. Kim will grow to be a higher level actress while working with them.”...
  • For Whom Does Jackie Chan Feel Pity and Shed Tears?

    08/05/2003 6:42:19 AM PDT · by Dr. Marten · 50 replies · 317+ views
    People Daily ^ | 08.05.03
    For Whom Does Jackie Chan Feel Pity and Shed Tears?   Tears trickled down the cheeks of Jackie Chan. For Jackie, this doesn't mean to join in for fun on occasion. In the realistic life, this internationally famous movie star really shed his heart-aching tears. Why and for what? For the ugly show of a handful of people in Hong Kong. A few days ago, the world-renowned football team - the British Liverpool was invited to put on a performing match in Hong Kong. This was one of the measures taken by the Hong Kong SAR Government to "boost the...