Friday, November 25, 2011


Many videos on this site are no longer working due to the Youtube account concerned being suspended. Please be patient. I am trying to find a solution to the problem.

Just to clarify this is not my Youtube account that has been suspended but one that I used often because of the translated videos of Jackie that were uploaded.

I'm sorry for the inconvenience. I believe that the account holder has appealed the suspension and is currently awaiting the outcome. For everyone's sake, especially the fans, I hope that Youtube will be kind and reinstate the account.


Anonymous said...

Do you know if there is an album for sale with Hong bian Quan Qui (the Olympic 2008 song) on it? Great song, and Jackie Chan sings it better than anybody else.

Anonymous said...

Yes there is. I believe that Jackie's Olympic album can be found on or at least it was the last time I looked. If not just google it. I'm sure you will find a copy.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much! My three children were adopted from China and they have watched almost every Jackie Chan movie. His movies are especially good for children because they teach good manners, a sense of humor, humility, and honesty. He is such a good role model for them. They have studied wushu here and are now studying kung fu with masters from the mainland and Hong Kong. Although neither my husband nor I are Chinese, we try hard to maintain their connection with their homeland and their pride in their culture. Jackie Chan makes this possible through his movies and his charitable works. Xie Xie, Sifu!

Anonymous said...

Hi Anonymous, I liked your comment so much that I took the liberty of posting it on jackie chan inspires.

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Anonymous said...

By the way, there are thousands of other adopted Chinese children now living in the United States for whom Jackie Chan is one of their main ties to Chinese culture. He represents all that is happy, optimistic, and spirited about the Chinese people. Part of his tremendous legacy will be the hand he has extended to these children through his movies and his works to make them proud to be of Chinese blood.

Anonymous said...

I know that Jackie would be very happy to hear that as promoting pride in and appreciation of Chinese culture is one of the things he is passionate about. Thank you for sharing.

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