Jackie Chan: "Before Hong Kong's return
to China, I was virtually a man without national identity.
If you say I was a Chinese, I didn't have a Chinese passport;
if you say I was a British, I wasn't recognized by British.
I was like an orphan in a sense. When Hong Kong reunited
with China, I was overjoyed, because by then I have become
a proper Chinese. In the past decade, I witnessed rapid progress
of my country, which makes me feel acutely aware of how an
individual's happiness is closely associated with the well
being of his nation."
At the evening party of PPC's 60th anniversary
Chan, the residing King of Kung Fu movie, paid his passionate
tribute to his country by singing My Nation.
(Source of info/photo: 富田 - 中新社)
Have Stood Up
Witnessed the Parade