JACKY CHAN HAS MADE SOME OF THE MOST ENTERTAINING MOVIES I’VE EVER WATCHED.
However, he has made a fool of himself by putting his foot in his mouth!
Perhaps, he should stick to making movies and let them do his talking for him!
You see, when he speaks, he seems to land himself in trouble with the common man. I don’t know what the Chinese Government think of what he says but they must be pleased as he obviously supports them.
He seems to have foot-in-the-mouth disease.
The expression to put your foot in your mouth means to say something embarrassing, stupid or hurtful; to say something you shouldn’t have said.
Jackie Chan’s ex-manager says that Jackie’s big mouth led him into revealing his extra-marital affair!
Monday, 09 June 2014 18:25
‘BIG MOUTH’ Jackie Chan has only himself to blame for exposing his ADULTERY with actress Elaine Ng
He also explained how the actor ended up putting his foot in his mouth, when he said his affair with actress Elaine Ng, which produced a daughter in 1999, was a mistake “all men in the world” would have made.
The star had “many military advisers” at the time, and the plan had been for him to tell a story from the Bible, about a woman about to be stoned for adultery, said the producer.
He had meant to say “many men make mistakes” and when it came out wrong, “we were all stunned”, said Willie Chan.
Lin has taken over as her husband’s manager since, said Apple Daily.
Photos: Jackie Chan angers netizens by praising Beijing’s blue sky
Jackie Chan posted an innocuous comment on his Weibo (Chinese version of twitter) account: “Whoever said that Beijing has no blue skies?”. Within a few days, the photo garnered over 7000 ‘likes’, and 6000 comments, mostly disparaging him.
Photo Credit: Weibo
Beijing has been grappling with pollution for quite awhile, and clear, clue skies have been a rarity. Naturally, this raised the ire of chinese netizens, especially those from Hong Kong, who lambasted Jackie Chan for being pro-communist.
Photo Credit: Weibo
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The most corrupt country is America,’ Jackie Chan’s comments widely panned in China
Jackie Chan: The New China…The real success has been made in the past dozen of years. Our country’s president also admits they have the corruption problem, and some other stuff, but we are making progress. What I can see is our country is continuously making progress and learning. If you talk about corruption, the entire world, the America, has no corruption?
Jackie: The most corrupt in the world.
Jackie: Of course.
Video: (Jump to 21:30)
Published on Dec 10, 2012
Most Chinese net users lashed out at Jackie Chan. Many made fun of his lack of basic common sense or logic. 虫子在北京 sighed, “What a poorly educated kid!” 袁裕来律师 wondered, “Which grade at school did Jackie Chan graduate from?” 潘帕斯雄猪 exclaimed, “Please, if you want to tell a good lie, tell an educated one. Go learn some knowledge before you contribute to CCP’s corruption.”
Others pointed out Jackie Chan has a vested interest in glossing over the problems and defects of the Communist rule. 丫一幂 says, “His whitewash is for reaping bigger profits in the mainland!” 隔夜茶地盘 commented, “His desire for becoming an official must have driven him crazy.” 天朝外交官 was more blunt, “If I could get so many goddamn benefits every year, I would sing commies’ praises as well.”
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Jackie Chan gets critical kick from Hong Kong and Taiwanese politicians
$by Posted: Apr 19, 2009 10:54 AM ET Last Updated: Apr 19, 2009 10:45 AM ET
Politicians in Hong Kong and Taiwan have blasted action star Jackie Chan’s comments to a business forum in southern China wondering whether Chinese people “need to be controlled.”
“I’m not sure if it’s good to have freedom or not,” Chan told an audience of businesspeople in the Chinese province of Hainan on Saturday.
“I’m gradually beginning to feel that we Chinese need to be controlled. If we’re not being controlled, we’ll just do what we want,” the star of hits such as Rush Hour and The Forbidden Kingdom stated.
He added that the freedoms in Hong Kong and Taiwan made those societies “chaotic.”
The remarks have been condemned by lawmakers in both places.
Failure to grasp ‘true meaning of freedom and democracy’
“He’s insulted the Chinese people. Chinese people aren’t pets,” Hong Kong pro-democracy legislator Leung Kwok-hung told The Associated Press.
“Chinese society needs a democratic system to protect human rights and rule of law.”
Another Hong Kong politician, Albert Ho, called the remarks “racist.”
Taiwanese legislator Huang Wei-che said the movie star has himself “reaped the economic benefits of capitalism [but] has yet to grasp the true meaning of freedom and democracy.”
Chan’s comments were widely reported in Hong Kong and Taiwanese media but ignored within mainland China.
|“Taiwan election biggest joke in the world”
Updated: 2004-03-29 11:42Hong Kong film star Jackie Chan said Sunday that Taiwan’s recent “presidential election” was “the biggest joke in the world.”
Chen Shui-bian was declared to have narrowly won the March 20 vote, but the opposition wants to nullify the results because Lien Chan claimed the vote was marred by irregularities. Thousands protested in the streets for a week after the vote.
“People will talk about it for 100 years,” Chan said at a news conference in Shanghai. “It was a shame. Not so good to look at. I was very upset and couldn’t fall asleep.” Chan’s comments were aired on Taiwanese television.