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10 comments stern parent Jackie Chan has made about his son Jaycee

Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan and son Jaycee at an endorsement event in Shanghai in April 2008. The Straits Times/ANN

  How will anti-drug ambassador Jackie Chan react to the arrest of his son, actor Jaycee Chan, on drug charges? Not very favorably, going by the things he has said about 31-year-old Jaycee over the years. Jackie’s stern, authoritarian style of parenting has resulted in some choice quotes about his son. Here are 10 of […]

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Jackie Chan in Beijing to see jailed son Jaycee

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Superstar Jackie Chan has arrived in Beijing to see his son as the world waits to see how the anti-drug ambassador would react to the arrest of his son Jaycee on drug charges.

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Jackie Chan’s son detained in Beijing drug bust

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The actor son of Hong Kong action superstar Jackie Chan has been detained in Beijing on drug-related charges, the latest high-profile celebrity to be ensnared in one of China’s biggest anti-drug crackdowns in two decades.

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K-pop group managed by Jackie Chan debuting album

This Dec. 18, 2013 file photo shows Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan smiles during a press conference to promote his new film "Police Story 2013" in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Chan is transforming himself from action film superstar to K-pop band manager. AP

Jackie Chan is transforming himself from action film superstar to K-pop band manager. The group named JJCC plans to release its debut album March 24 in South Korea, before promoting it in China.

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Jackie Chan’s China appointment draws Hong Kong ire

Hong Kong movie star Jackie Chan poses for the photographers at the red carpet of 2012 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. The Mnet Asian Music Awards is one of the major K-pop music award ceremonies. AP/Kin Cheung

Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan this week joins China’s top political advisory body in a move analysts say highlights Beijing’s growing “soft power” efforts to project unity between itself and the former British colony.

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