Jackie Chan: "Diaoyu Islands belong to China"

  • Excited fans get up close with One Direction wax figures

    Excited fans get up close with One Direction wax figures

    Excited fans get up close with One Direction wax figures

    Fans of the British boyband stood in line to get a chance to be in a photo shoot with the statues of the lads of One Direction -- Zayn Malik included -- at an exclusive preview at Madame Tussauds Singapore on 9 July 2015. …

  • How to pour the perfect cup of beer

    How to pour the perfect cup of beer

    How to pour the perfect cup of beer

    Pouring a perfect cup of beer that doesn’t overflow with foam is not easy if you’re not an expert. Master Brewer of Archipelago, Robert Beck, shows us how its done, with two different results — less foam, or more foam. …

  • Aide and SEA Games football squad pay tribute to Sabah quake victims

    Aide and SEA Games football squad pay tribute to Sabah quake victims

    Aide and SEA Games football squad pay tribute to Sabah quake victims

    Aide and SEA Games football squad pay tribute to Sabah quake victims at Tankong Katong Primary School. The Sabah quake tragedy hits home for Aide because he knew some of the victims personally. Footballer Sahil Suhaimi was also a former TKPS student. …

5 Oct – "The Diaoyu Islands definitely belong to China!" that was what Hollywood beloved Hong Kong icon Jackie Chan is saying in the ongoing debate about the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands conflict.

According to Asian Crunch website, speaking at an event in Taitung, Taiwan, Chan – who has been in the country filming his new movie, "Chinese Zodiac" voiced out his own opinion regarding the Sino-Japanese territorial dispute, stating, "The Diaoyu Islands belong to China, but what I say doesn't count, it is up to the government to deal with it."

The actor added, "I wish I am Superman, so I can pull the island closer."

Chan also said he hoped Russia would resolve its territorial disputes with both China and Japan, pointing out that there is a need to respect every country's culture and to live harmoniously together.

However, when asked if he would consider shooting a film on one of the disputed islands, Chan was quoted saying that he would not do so as it would be too sensitive and require a lot of pointless effort.

Loading...

Latest News

Makanation