Chang Kong Sang


Original name Chang Kong Sang (meaning born in Hong Kong)
Nick Name (s) Jackie Chan
Date of birth 7th April, 1954
Home town Shandong ,China
Brought up in Hong Kong
Height 5ft 8 inches
Weight 160 lbs
Languages Known Cantonese (mother tongue), Mandarin, Japanese, Korean and English
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Qualification Jackie spent a year in Primary 1, equivalent to kindergarten. He never passed Primary 1, and his father enrolled him in the Peking Opera School for a contracted period of ten years where he learned the various skills required of Chinese Opera – acrobatics, gymnastics, martial arts, weaponry, dance, singing, and dramatics.
Family details
First Movie
Turning Point Snake in Eagle’s Shadow in 1978
Uniqueness in his films According to Jackie, the components of his films include:

  • No bad language, no dirty jokes, and no sex so that the entire family can enjoy his movies
  • Lots of action with as little blood and violence as possible
  • Difficult stunts that are made to look easy and therefore believable while still being spectacular
  • A mixture of comedy and drama
  • The bad guys always lose, and the good guys always win
  • And an emphasis on what the human body is capable of doing
Best fight scene The fight between Jackie Chan and Benny “The Jet” Urquidez in Wheals on Meals
Injuries from fight scenes His body has been bruised, battered, and beaten number of times that even he can’t remember them. His most serious injury occurred during Armour of God, shot in Yugoslavia. On an “easy” stunt, jumping from a ledge to a tree, he lost his grip and fell. He landed headfirst on the rocky ground, with blood pouring out of his ears. He was rushed to the hospital and was hours in surgery. But he came through, and was soon back to filming.
Unforgettable Incidence  Working with Bruce Lee. When Bruce Lee was in his peak, Jackie was working as a stuntman. He acted as a stuntman on Bruce Lee’s Fist of Fury and Enter the Dragon.
Favourite delecacy Shark fin soup

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