All for charity, none for Jaycee

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10 Nov – It looks like Jaycee Chan will have to make it on his own, as his father; Jackie Chan has decided to donate all his money to charity.

As reported on Investorplace, during a promotional event in Beijing, international Chinese movie star Jackie Chan, who has a fortune estimated at USD130 million, recently announced that he will donate all his wealth to charity.

The "Chinese Zodiac" star, who originally intended to split his wealth between his family and charity, has decided to give it all to the needy. Chan was quoted saying that his son Jaycee should be capable of earning his own money now that he has his own career.

On the other hand, Jaycee Chan has not been very successful in the business, with several movie flops and an average accomplishment in music. His 2012 film, "Double Trouble", recently bombed with profit less than USD10,000 in Hong Kong.

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