Monday, January 18, 2010


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Jackie Chan yesterday accepted a Commercial Radio interview to promote his film LITTLE BIG SOLDIER (DAI BING SIU JEUNG). This time Jackie Chan worked with Wang Leehom (Wong Lik Won). He praised his co-star as talented. He even pointed out that he wished his co-star was his son even more. Jackie Chan signed the new Seven Little Fortune and Korean star Yoo Seung-Jun, but he often stressed that he would not help Jaycee Chan (Fong Cho Ming). He honestly said that he did not want Cho Ming to succeed, he wished the most for him to run into more troubles in order to understand this business was not easy.

Cho Ming earlier said that his father wrote a note on his car to remind him not to park just anywhere. Jackie Chan laughed awkwardly, he admitted that he often disciplined Cho Ming because many aunties around him only praised him as obedient. Jackie Chan said, "His mother tells me not to always publicly criticize him." Jackie Chan back then asked Joan Lin (Lam Fung Giu) to keep her hair long and wear shoes that did not show any toe. Would he ask the same of his daughter in law? Jackie Chan said, "The same! Actually everything is due to my ma, because my ma didn't cut her hair."

What if Cho Ming's wife wanted to cut her hair? Jackie Chan said, "If she wants to cut it she can go a little further, she will have no part in our inheritance." Has Cho Ming brought girls home? Jackie Chan said, "He brought many girls, a big group of young guys and girls. When I was around I got in their way, I usually walked away." He expressed that his daughter in law can see Lam Fung Giu as a role model, virtuous and without any make up. He also said that he was not in a hurry to become a grandfather. "No grandchildren. Now someone already calls me old man, being called Grandpa too I would be too old." Jackie Chan revealed that he will open an actor training school in the Mainland and open another in Hong Kong. Cho Ming will be its CEO. He joked, "But it's useless, above him is CCEO Lam Fung Giu. I am CCCEO."

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