Mnet America, a youth entertainment brand for all things Asian cool, which includes the only national, English-language lifestyle network in the U.S. for fans of Asian pop culture, will stream the highly anticipated 2012 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) through their new digital port, MCube (www.mnetamerica.com) on November 30 at 12AMPST / 3AM EST.

The live stream will include exclusive English content with three hosts providing commentary throughout the broadcast so that fans will know exactly what is going on at MAMA 2012. Hosting the exclusive English experience will be Danny Lim (Producer, Danny from LA), Hannah Jun (Actress, Model) and Eunice Kiss (Recording Artist, Model, Actress).

MAMA 2012 will feature acts from around the world with some of the biggest artists in K-pop scheduled to take the stage at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Some of the acts attending are Super Junior, Big Bang, Sistar and PSY, who will collaborate with a special surprise guest for his performance. In addition to the hottest stars from Korea, a slew of international talent from all over the world, including crooner Adam Lambert American and hip-hop artist B.o.B, will be performing. Hong Kong’s own Jackie Chan will be presenting.

The 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) were broadcast LIVE to over 45 countries, giving 1.9 billion people worldwide the chance to see the biggest names in Korean pop music mingle with international talent from around the world. K-pop music is advancing beyond Asia and fast becoming a global phenomenon. The Mnet Asian Music Awards remain the only awards ceremony of its kind in the world, bringing fans the very best in Asian entertainment.

Mnet is the only and first national, 24/7 English-language television network in the U.S. targeting Asian Americans and fans of Asian pop culture. The advertiser-supported network – currently distributed in over 30 DMAs – marks the entry into the U.S. marketplace for CJ Entertainment Media Group, Asia’s leading vertically-integrated entertainment company and a unit of CJ Corporation. Mnet is headquartered in Los Angeles.


Wang Lee Hom Zodiac Song Full Version

Wang Lee Hom released the full version of his song 'Zodiac' for CZ12 on Weibo this morning. Enjoy.

The video is AUDIO ONLY!


New HK Poster CZ12


This is Jackie Chan Promo CZ12

CZ12 promo video of never seen before footage of Jackie's life.


New Movie - New Haircut

Jackie was photographed doing a magazine interview for a December feature sporting a new look for Police Story 2013. The movie started shooting on 28 November 2012.


Wang Lee Hom - Zodiac

Wang Lee Hom has also composed and recorded a song for CZ12 called 'Zodiac'. This is a 1 min teaser clip of the song that has been pre-released ahead of the full version.

There is no picture - only audio!! 

Jackie and Wang Lee Hom also recorded a MV for the song together.


I'ts a Dog's Life - CZ12 Stills

Stills and behind the scenes photos of Jackie filming scenes with dogs for CZ12. Jackie revealed some details about the dog bite he received while filming on the recent TV show "Super Access". Working with the dogs required patience he said, and lots of bonding through playing with them and giving them treats during breaks. Unfortunately in one scene Jackie still had the scent of food on his hand so the dog nipped at his hand accidentally, drawing blood. Jackie said that the dogs loved playing ball and were actually very loveable.


Jackie's Plane

Video of Jackie's jet captured by an enthusiast.


Golden Horse Awards

Jackie attended the 2012 Golden Horse awards with Li Bing Bing. Together they presented the award for "Best Actress" to Guey Lun Mei for her role in GF*BF. La and Zy also made an appearance in matching personalised sweaters.


TAIPEI, Taiwan - China's "Beijing Blues" has won the best film award and Hong Kong's Johnnie To took home the best director's award at Taiwan's Golden Horse Film Festival, an event considered the Chinese-language Oscars.

"Beijing Blues" portrays the lives of the urban dwellers through the work of a squad of plainclothes crime-hunters.

In receiving the award, director Gao Qun Shu was visibly shocked, and he thanked the "globe" for giving an inexperienced director like him such honour and recognition.

To won best director for "Life Without Principle," which is about ordinary citizens in Hong Kong who are caught in the fallout of the global financial meltdown.

The film also won veteran Hong Kong actor Lau Ching Wan the best actor award for his portrayal of a triad thug seeking to recover money lost in a loan shark scheme.

Lau said he was happy to receive the award "even though you don't act in order to win an award."

Taiwan's Gwei Lun-mei won the best actress award for portraying a woman involved in a romantic triangle in "GF-BF," or "Girlfriend-Boyfriend."

She burst into tears on receiving the award after beating out hot contenders including Hao Lei and Bai Bai He, both of China.

China's Liang Jing won best supporting actress for playing a toothy midwife harpy in "Design of Death."

Best supporting actor went to Hong Kong's Ronald Cheng for his role in "Vulgaria," about the financial capital's struggling film industry.

Controversial Chinese director Lou Ye did not receive the widely expected award for directing box-office hit "Mystery." But at the ceremony, Lou received a rare mention for eventually directing a movie that was screened in Chinese theatres.

"Mystery" — about a woman's radical revenge after uncovering her husband's infidelity — is seen as marking Lou's entry into the commercial mainstream after years on the social and artistic edge.

Lou's films have long focused on sensitive subjects like sex, violence and politics, and have repeatedly been censored by China's cultural authorities.

A special award for outstanding movie worker was presented to Huang Yu-siang, a 25-year-old blind Taiwanese pianist in real life, for his first movie shot in Taiwan's "Touch of the Light," about young artists pursuing their dreams.



The "Jackie Chan" Phone

Samsung launched it's new SCH-W2013 android phone in China 23 November 2012 with a concert at the Wukesong Stadium in Beijing. A host of stars including Jonathon Lee and Jackie were in attendence. The phone is marketed in China as the "Jackie Chan" phone. This special model is not likely to be available else where in the world.

Jackie made the following comment on Weibo:

#The Heart of the World Charity# Samsung and China Telecom jointly launched a new product, they asked me to do endorsements, I promised only one reason, that is, with them enlarge the power of the charity. I already do not need to do things for the money, but I can promise to do a lot of things for charity!

@成龙 : 心系天下#是三星与中国电信联合推出的新产品,他们请我做代言,我答应的理由只有一个,就是跟他们一起把慈善的力量放大。现在的我早已经不需要为了钱去做事,但为了慈善,我可以答应做很多事!