Chinese veteran actor and martial artist Jet Li Lianjie made a rare post with his family for his birthday over the weekend, wishing everyone around the world well during the health crisis.
The Philippine’s fighting senator and renowned boxer Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao met with Alibaba’s former CEO Jack Ma for the second time this year and FaceTimed with martial artist Jet Li.
The meet up happened on October 26 at a Chinese restaurant in Hangzhou, China where the 40-year-old Filipino boxer and his wife, Jinkee Pacquiao, had dinner with Ma, according to South China Morning Post.
According to South China Morning Post, the 56-year-old star was recently spotted posing for a picture with a fan. From his appearance, he seems to be in good health and looks younger.
Jet Li appeared to be in much better health at a recent awards ceremony in southern China.
Diagnosed with hyperthyroidism, the martial arts legend worried fans when he looked frail in a photo that went viral last year.
Film star Jet Li is known to keep his children out of the spotlight; however, this Christmas, Li graced Instagram with a photo of himself and his two daughters at his side.
International action superstar Jet Li revealed that he was offered an important role in “The Matrix” sequels back in the early 2000s but decided to turn it down.
During an interview with a Chinese talk show, Li said he was originally meant to take on the role of Seraph, a supporting character featured in “The Matrix Reloaded” and “The Matrix Revolutions,” Abacus reports.
Earlier this week, recently taken photos of action superstar Jet Li went viral after fans grew concerned of his frail appearance.
Jet Li’s manager has addressed the growing concerns over the beloved martial arts icon’s current health status, attributing his aged looks in recent viral photos to the “wrong angle.”
Shocking photos of martial arts icon Jet Li emerged online, revealing the extent of his reported ailment which has left him almost unrecognizable.
The photos, which features Li during a recent appearance in Tibet, have his fans worried after they went viral online.
None of the actors in the powerhouse film “Gong Shou Dao” starring Alibaba chairman Jack Ma received payment for his or her participation — and that’s okay.
According to executive producer Jet Li, everyone actually volunteered to be part of the short movie.
“Gong Shou Dao (GSD)”, the star-studded action extravaganza starring Alibaba Group’s charismatic founder and CEO Jack Ma as a Taiji Master, has been released and you can watch it in full here.
International action star Jet Li served as the executive producer of the short film which features an assembly of the biggest names in the Asian martial arts scene including superstars Donnie Yen, Wu Jing, Tony Jaa, Jacky Heung, Asashoryu Akinori, Zou Shiming, Natasha Liu, Yuen Woo Ping, Sammo Hung, Tony Ching, and Jet Li himself performing a variety of martial art forms.
International action superstar Jet Li reportedly made a donation amounting to 5.8 million Hong Kong dollars ($750,000) to the family of his stunt double, Liu Kun, who died during the filming of “The Expendables 2” back in 2011.
It was not reported when the donation was made as Li had reportedly intended for the donation to be kept private, according to the Malay Online.