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    A two-fer

    Jackie combats child trafficking and gives to flood relief.
    Jackie Chan To Combat Myanmar Child Trafficking
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    07/03/12 09:34 AM ET AP

    YANGON, Myanmar — Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan is going to Myanmar this week on a three-day mission to help combat child trafficking in the Southeast Asian nation.

    UNICEF announced Tuesday that in his capacity as a good-will ambassador, Chan will visit the agency's projects for supporting trafficked children under special care for trauma and distress. He also will meet with officials of the Social Welfare Ministry and members of the Myanmar Police Anti-Trafficking Task Force in Mandalay, Myanmar's second-largest city.

    The U.S. State Department's annual report on human trafficking says thousands of children in Myanmar are forced to serve in the national army and ethnic military groups. However, Myanmar signed an agreement with the United Nations last week to ban the recruitment of child soldiers and demobilize those already serving.
    Jackie Chan gives back
    Asia News Network (The Nation) | Entertainment | Wed, July 11 2012, 4:19 PM

    No one needs much convincing to go see a Jackie Chan movie, but now the Hong Kong superstar has extra appeal with part of his ticket revenues going to Jackie Chan's Charitable Foundation and the Dragon's Heart Foundation.

    The first raises money for victims of disaster and the second for needy children and elderly people in rural areas. Folks affected by the flooding in Thailand last year have just become beneficiaries.

    After visiting Myanmar in his other role as a Unicef ambassador, Chan came to Thailand on Sunday to hand over 6 million baht (US$189,000) to 30 organizations. He expressed hope that more celebrities will follow his example to give back to the public. "Copycats are welcome!" he laughed. "I grew up poor and struggled, and now I have enough money to share with the needy."

    Chan said he's loved Thailand ever since his first brief trip here as a youngster. And he still remembers indispensable phrases like mai pen rai. This stuff does matter, though, Jackie. Thanks!
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    Bentley Mulsanne

    I was going to post this in franchises, but it's actually charity if you watch it all.

    Watch this: Up In Smoke

    Then watch this: http://www.bentleymotors.com/models/...f_philanthropy
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    Not quite charity

    More on Jackie's antique houses.

    I'll have to link this to our Chinese theme park thread.

    Jackie Chan to build new theme park in Beijing
    Posted: 9:51 am, September 14, 2013 by editor

    BEIJING, Sept 14: Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan announced at a media event on Thursday, plans to build a theme park in Yizhuang, Beijing, in collaboration with a local organisation, reported Chinese media.

    The two square kilometre park, named JC World, will have five main paths, each with a separate theme, and aims to give visitors a variety of cultural experiences.

    Chan said he will exhibit numerous items from his personal collections, such as special furniture and jewellery, at the park.

    “I was very poor when I was a child, so when I had money later on, I bought all sorts of things and went around the world collecting them,” said Chan.

    “I want to exhibit all my stuff. They may not all be worth a lot of money, but they may have a story behind them.”

    Chan will also be donating the remaining Chinese antique buildings he had purchased and restored over the years to the park.

    The park will have no admission fee but contain some ticketed attractions.

    “60 per cent of the park will be free, 40 per cent will be ticketed, with the money used to maintain the antique buildings.

    “I am not short on money,” said Chan, who is set to shoot a new film with Chinese director Zhang Yimou next year.

    Antique burden

    Chan’s antique buildings had previously been at the centre of a controversy which saw Chinese netizens blast him for donating four of them to a Singapore university, as they believed the buildings were cultural relics that belonged in China.

    Chan explained that the buildings had been “a huge burden” to him for years, and that he had spent huge amounts of money to restore and preserve them, only to discover he could not find a home for them.

    “You don’t know the whole process. If I give you these antique houses right now to manage, let’s see how you do it!

    “You probably won’t even be able to afford to upkeep them,” said the actor, adding that he had begged a lot of people for over a decade for a place to put his antique buildings, but got nowhere.

    It was only after his donation to a Singapore university that he received offers from the world over to house his remaining antique buildings.

    Not even his son cared about them until the controversy over his donation revealed how valuable they were.

    “He wasn’t interested then. When the news broke, he became very concerned,” said Chan with a smile.

    “Now he regrets it, but I have donated them all to China.”
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    Smile

    Jackie's 60th is next Tuesday.
    Operation Smile Co-Founders to Celebrate Jackie Chan’s Birthday During Charity Concert & Gala Dinner in Beijing
    Action star and famed stuntman Jackie Chan turns 60 years old next week and he’s celebrating this milestone with a charity concert in Beijing on April 6th where he will recognize the work of many of the humanitarian organizations he sponsors, including Operation Smile.


    Jackie Chan during an Operation Smile medical mission.
    'I have personally experienced how this surgery is life-changing, and I am honored to have been a part of this program,' said Mr. Chan.
    Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) March 31, 2014

    Action star and famed stuntman Jackie Chan turns 60 years old next week and he’s celebrating this milestone with a charity concert in Beijing on April 6th where he will recognize the work of many of the humanitarian organizations he sponsors, including Operation Smile.
    Operation Smile Co-Founders, Dr. Bill and Kathy Magee will take the stage during the 2014 Peace & Love & Friendship concert to celebrate Chan and to spotlight the celebrity’s support of Operation Smile and its efforts to treat children with cleft conditions and other facial deformities worldwide.
    “Jackie is a dear friend and an enthusiastic supporter of Operation Smile,” said the organization’s CEO & Co-Founder, Dr. Bill Magee. “Jackie has played an integral role in raising funds for Operation Smile and we’ve thoroughly enjoyed his companionship throughout the years, whether it be on a medical mission or as a special guest to an event or fundraiser.”
    Jackie Chan was named an International Smile Ambassador for Operation Smile for his many years of generous support and advocacy. “I have personally experienced how this surgery is life-changing, and I am honored to have been a part of this program," said Mr. Chan.
    For almost two decades, Jackie Chan has helped to spread awareness for children suffering from cleft lip and cleft palate. In 1993, he donated $2 million (HK) and an anesthesia machine to help Operation Smile provide free surgeries for more children in China. In 2009, during Operation Smile’s 20th anniversary commemoration of its work in Vietnam, Jackie Chan along with Operation Smile Co-Founders Dr. Bill and Kathy Magee received the National Medal for Peace and Friendship Among Nations award from the Vietnamese government.
    About Operation Smile http://www.operationsmile.org
    Operation Smile, headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is an international children’s medical charity with a presence in more than 60 countries, whose network of more than 5,400 medical volunteers from over 80 countries is dedicated to helping improve the health and lives of children. Since its founding in 1982, Operation Smile has provided more than 200,000 free surgeries for children and young adults born with cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities. To build long-term self-sufficiency in resource poor environments, Operation Smile trains doctors and local medical professionals in its partner countries so they are empowered to treat their local communities. Operation Smile also donates medical equipment, supplies and provides year-round medical treatment through its worldwide centers.
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    Might as well ttt this thread once more too

    Jackie Chan Special Edition Lamborghini Aventador Presented in China
    BY MIHNEA RADU
    8TH APRIL 2014, 12:55 UTC


    We known him from his broken but funny english in action comedies like Rush Hour and Shanghai Knights, but Jackie Chan is more than just a martial arts actor. He is an extremely giving person and has been involved in many charitable activities in his home country.

    This well-known Chinese actor recently celebrated his 60th birthday and to celebrate, he got together with Lamborghini for a very special project, an Aventador in his own name, which was presented during a ceremony in Beijing yesterday.

    The Aventador Jackie Chan Edition was produced using the recently launched Lamborghini Ad Personam personalization program and features the Chinese characters for "dragon" on the mirrors and headrests. "Nero Ade" wheels and "Rosso Alala" interior leather set this Aventador apart from others like it.

    According to impress.jp, the supercar was exhibited during a party in honor of one of China's most famous actors and will be auctioned off for a good cause. The proceeds will go towards the China Film Institute "Jackie Chan Charity Fund" to support the development of China's film industry.

    For your viewing pleasure, we give you Jacky Chan fighting a hovercraft in a Lamborghini from the 1995 movie Rumble in the Bronx. It's a classic…
    We have a 60th HBD JC thread going here.
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    $80K to families of fallen firefighters

    Jackie Chan donates for firefighters killed in NE China blaze
    Updated: 2015-01-08 11:20
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    Jackie Chan. [File Photo/Xinhua]

    Chinese kung fu movie star Jackie Chan has donated money to the families of firefighters killed in a recent warehouse blaze.

    Chan gave over $80,000 after the tragedy in northeast China last Friday.

    According to an official with the civil affairs department of Heilongjiang, the money was given to five families.

    He added that the local government will also compensate them for their losses.

    The five deceased firemen were buried in debris while trying to put out the fire in a warehouse at a ceramics market in Harbin, Heilongjiang's capital, last Friday.

    After the tragedy, many people expressed their wish to donate to the families of these young men. The provincial civil affairs department has opened a donation account.

    A memorial for the five men will be held later today.
    I didn't even hear about this tragedy.
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    Good ol Jackie

    he's always front and center when it comes to donating to help provide aid in China's catastrophes.

    Outpouring of donations from stars such as Jackie Chan and Fan Bingbing after Tianjin blasts


    Action star Jackie Chan is among the celebrities who have donated money for the victims of the deadly Tianjin blasts.PHOTO: AFP
    Published Aug 14, 2015, 10:51 am SGT

    BEIJING - In the wake of two deadly explosions in Tianjin on Wednesday night which have left 50 dead and over 700 injured thus far, there has been an outpouring of donations from stars in the entertainment industry for the families of the firefighters who have perished, reports NetEase.

    According to reports, a dozen firefighters died, 18 are missing, and dozens more have been injured.

    The website has collated a list of contributions from the likes of action superstar Jackie Chan and actress Fan Bingbing.

    Chan has donated 3 million yuan (S$656,000). He posted on his Weibo microblog: "Every time I see fire-fighting warriors rush into a sea of flames in order to protect the safety of the country as well as people's lives and property, seeing so many fearless firefighters rush to the frontline, you are true heroes!"

    Fan has donated 1 million yuan and has been sharing public service announcements on giving way to ambulances and blood donation on Weibo.

    Edko Films, one of the production companies behind the huge box office hit Monster Hunt, is donating 5 million yuan.

    Newlywed couple Huang Xiaoming and Angelababy donated 2 million yuan to firefighters who were hurt as well as to the families of firefighters who died. Singer-actor Han Geng donated 1 million yuan in aid of those who were hurt in the explosions.
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    UNICEF's 70th anniversary

    'Kung Fu Yoga' star Jackie Chan attends UNICEF's 70th anniversary with Orlando Bloom, Priyanka Chopra, David Beckham
    Abbey Vannelli | Dec 20, 2016 03:02 PM EST


    (L-R) Orlando Bloom, Priyanka Chopra, Angelique Kidjo, David Beckham, Femi Kuti, Ishmael Beah, Jackie Chan and guest attend UNICEF's 70th Anniversary Event at United Nations Headquarters on December 12, 2016 in New York City. (Photo : Getty Images/Mike Coppola)

    "Kung Fu Yoga" star and Goodwill Ambassador Jackie Chan attended the UNICEF's 70th anniversary event in New York. The event of United Nation's agency which handles child-related issues had once again raised awareness of the myriad problems in the world. One of those touched was Chan who was so desperate over the children's ill fate that he wished he was a superhero to save the world.
    The martial arts icon was among the many stars who graced the U.N. agency's event. He was appointed Goodwill Ambassador by the agency in 2004. He used his influence as a global superstar to help the cause of children. His passion to help the needy shows whenever he answers questions emphatically.
    "It's not the children's fault, sometimes it's the parents, sometimes it's the area, sometimes it's the situation," Chan told BBC about children with HIV/AIDS at the sidelines of UNICEF's 70th anniversary event. "They do nothing wrong. They are just helpless."
    There are 1.8 million below 16-year-old children around the world that are inflicted with HIV/AIDS, according to UNICEF's Seventh Stocktaking Report. A bit of a good news is that the number of deaths related to AIDS among children below 5 years old had been reduced.
    The Hong Kong-born actor was just willing to help when UNICEF asked him. He has known that UNICEF has helped a lot of people especially children over 70 years. He hopes that the next 70 years will be focused on fostering peace worldwide.
    As a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, one of Chan's ways of showing emotional support to children with HIV/AIDS is to show them the disease is not that scary. He does it by touching them and giving them a hug.
    Jackie Chan: China Now Recognized by Global Movie Industry
    Chan is also frustrated about children caught up in Afghanistan, Syria and in other conflict areas. Orlando Bloom, Priyanka Chopra, David Beckham, Angelique Kidjo, Femi Kuti and Ishmael Beah are among the other Goodwill Ambassadors present at the 70th anniversary.
    The 62-year old Chinsese fa; Chan will appear in the upcoming action comedy Sino-Indian movie "Kung Fu Yoga" which will be available in theaters on Jan. 28, 2017. His co-stars enjoyed his company not only because of his acting but also of his good dancing skills. Indian actress Disha Patani who plays as a princess in the film told IANS over a phone talk from Mumbai, The Indian Express reported.
    Listen to Chan's interview in the clip below:

    "Chinsese fa;"?
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    Eye of the World, Jackie Chan Treasures

    Jackie Chan’s efforts on sustainability on display
    0 2017-04-06 09:23Shanghai DailyEditor: Huang Mingrui

    An exhibition about Chinese kung fu star Jackie Chan and his focus on environmental sustainability is currently running at the Shanghai World Financial Center.

    Twenty-five artists, architects and designers have spent half a year to revive the values of these stage props for the exhibition "Eye of the World, Jackie Chan Treasures."

    The show features more than 40 artworks made of recycled items used in Chan's movies, including decorations, spotlights, camera lenses and other equipment.

    One highlight shows two special-effect stages simulating "a mountain of swords" and the "sea of fire" where visitors can feel the exciting experiences of stunt men in Chan's movies.

    The "mountain" and "sea" are made of wasted plastic bottles and sponges.

    Lin Xudong, one of the artists, used an old camera and two theater seats to create an artwork named "Conversation." Another of his works, "Dragon Horse," created a large horse — Chan's zodiac sign — using spotlights that were used to make his earliest black-and-white movies.

    Finishing the exhibition, visitors are invited to create their own artworks with abandoned items such as buttons and plastic bottles.

    Date: Through May 20 (closed on Mondays and April 22), 10am-9pm

    Address: 4/F, 100 Century Ave, Pudong

    Admission: 40-80 yuan
    Sounds cool. Wish there were pix...
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    Kung Fu Pangolin

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    Preserving historic buildings

    Jackie Chan moves historic buildings to another place in China
    PTI | Updated: Jan 23, 2018, 00:13 IST

    Reportedly, four historic wooden buildings, owned by action star Jackie Chan, have found a new home in China's east Anhui province.
    The four Hui-style structures, which date back to the late Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) to the late Qing Dynasty (1644- 1911), will be stationed in an exhibition park in Bengbu city.
    According to a report, the buildings were dismantled into coded parts in Tianjin, their original location, and sent to the park in containers before they are reconstructed.
    "The buildings will be better protected here and displayed to the public after they are restored," said Yang Shu, a member of park staff.
    Covering 333 hectares, the park was built to preserve Hui-style historic buildings, which are a major Chinese architectural style from ancient times.
    With exquisite homes, ancestral halls and memorial archways as the most impressive embodiments, Hui-style buildings are mostly seen in Anhui and Zhejiang provinces.
    Hui is one of the ethnic communities in China.
    In 2013, 63-year-old Jackie Chan donated two buildings, a pavilion and an opera stage that he bought years ago, to a Singapore university. It led to a heated debate in China over the preservation of such antiquities.
    Sometimes Jackie is too cool for school.
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    Poverty reduction

    Jackie Chan leads poverty reduction drive in China


    Chan singing during the launch of the 2022 Winter Olympics logo in Beijing in December 2017.
    PHOTO: AFP

    THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK Jun 04, 2018

    Hong Kong action superstar Jackie Chan will be leading a poverty alleviation programme in China, Sin Chew Daily reported.

    Together with movie stars such as Fan Bingbing, Zhou Xun and Li Chen, they will be divided into teams to visit more than 10 impoverished districts in China.

    They will then see how they can improve the livelihood of the poor.

    “Hopefully someday, we can proudly say that there are no poor people in China.”
    Good luck with this one.
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    Jackie Chan’s Green Heroes – National Geographic

    Jackie Chan’s Green Heroes – National Geographic
    Sat, September 1 19:00



    During the filming of 2015’s Dragon Blade, Jackie Chan grew angry.

    The team used 2,000 boxes of bottled water in just five days, and the film star couldn’t believe there wasn’t a solution to turn that waste into something useful.

    So he teamed up with green engineer Arthur Huang and they dreamed up the Trashpresso – the world’s first mobile recycling plant.

    This one-off follows them as they take the prototype to the Tibetan Plateau to see how the machine fares in one of the world’s harshest environments.



    Jackie educates children on the importance of recycling at the Tibetan Plateau

    An entertaining, eccentric, but ultimately uplifting story on tackling plastic waste.

    TV Times rating: ****

    Read more at https://www.whatsontv.co.uk/events/j...Cu8mErAlcDr.99
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    Shorty nom

    Jackie Chan's 'Kung Fu Pangolins' bag Shorty nomination
    Updated Oct. 26, 2018, 3:10 p.m. | By The Scenic Drive with Rian

    International kung fu superstar Jackie Chan is doing his part to protect the endangered pangolin, and the Shorty Social Good Awards panel is taking notice.


    Facebook screenshot

    Pangolins are the most trafficked wild mammal in the world and are regarded as an endangered species. The anteaters have tough scales, which poachers sell along with meat from the pangolin's body.

    In 2017, American environmental organisation WildAid enlisted the help of international kung fu superstar Jackie Chan in creating a public service announcement about protecting pangolins. In it, Chan trains three pangolins to protect themselves by fighting back.

    The PSA, which carries the tagline "It takes just one move to protect pangolins", was viewed 13 million times on social media. The campaign has now been named as a finalist in the Shorty Social Good Awards.
    The impression left by the PSA was positive, with Shorty reporting notable changes in people's attitudes towards the buying and selling of pangolin products since seeing Jackie Chan's message.

    WildAid's mission is to end illegal wildlife trade through public awareness campaigns. It's a noble cause that must be fought for - and it certainly helps to have a famous face to help it along. Jackie Chan exudes his trademark humour, charm and agility as he teaches the animals how to protect themselves, making the PSA as fun to watch as it is educational.

    Chan has previously shown his concern for preserving wildlife species in a video aimed at curbing rhino poaching called "Say No", which was shot with the African Wildlife Foundation.

    Image: WildAid
    The PSA was posted here last year.

    Jackie Charity work - Pangolins & WildAid
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    Jackie Chan: Green Hero

    Jackie Chan to visit Utah for environmental exhibit
    BY MCKENZIE STAUFFER FRIDAY, JANUARY 18TH 2019


    Jackie Chan will be visiting Utah for the North America premiere of his environmental exhibit "Jackie Chan: Green Hero." (Photo: MGN)

    (KUTV) — Jackie Chan will be visiting Utah for the North America premiere of his environmental exhibit "Jackie Chan: Green Hero," a press release stated.

    The event will be hosted at The Leonardo: Museum of Creativity and Innovation in Salt Lake City on January 25 at 8:00 p.m.

    Visitors can listen to live music from local performers, enjoy food and drinks and get a private, one-hour tour of the Green Hero art exhibit.

    There will also be a panel before the opening party. The invited guests include: C. Arden Pope III, a BYU professor of economics; Julie Kilgore, the president of Wasatch Environmental; David Bywater, the CEO of Vivint Solar; Andy Noorda, chairman and co-founder of Wholistic Research & Education Foundation; and Shane McKenna, the inventor, founder and CTO of Ascending Harvest.

    Nobel prize winner Dr. Mario Capecchi will moderate the session.

    For more information, visit www.theleonardo.org.
    An Evening With Jackie Chan’s Exhibit “Green Hero”

    Join us for An Evening with Jackie Chan‘s Exhibit “Green Hero” at The Leonardo in Salt Lake City, UT on January 25th, from 8pm-11pm. Have the chance to hear him speak and see The Leonardo’s newest exhibit!

    Jackie Chan’s Exhibit “Green Hero” centers around one of his lifelong passions to help clean up the environment. By attending this event, you will be the first to see this exhibit! Enjoy live music entertainment featuring some of the best entertainment and performers across the state of Utah.



    TICKETS
    EARLYBIRD SALE – ONLY $55 until January 6th

    $75 January 7th – January 15th
    $100 January 16th until event

    Includes:
    Early admission to Jackie Chan “Green Hero” exhibit
    Entertainment
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    Remarks by Jackie Chan

    ALL-AGES EVENT

    VIP EXPERIENCE:
    **LIMITED TO 50 PEOPLE ONLY**
    A private one-hour tour of the Green Hero art exhibit, experience how Jackie Chan’s creation team were inspired to create the amazing artwork through recycling materials. The creation team along with The Leonardo will share curated details on the sculptures and the environmental journey on how Chan brings the “Green Hero” message and legacy to The Leonardo museum.
    Appetizers, drinks, access to pre-opening exhibit on January 25th.
    Includes access to An Evening with Jackie Chan “Green Hero”.
    The ONLY night with an opportunity where the creative team will be present at The Leonardo and share about original works. Experience and unforgettable night, Jackie Chan Green Hero art exhibit.

    NO PHOTO OPS. NO AUTOGRAPHS.
    $500/PERSON. If you would like to upgrade your current ticket purchase, please contact The Leonardo Museum.
    Well played, Leonardo Museum. This is sure to be a great fundraiser and opportunity to showcase environmentalism.
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