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Jackie Chan's son apologizes after release from jail[2]- Chinadaily.com.cn [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2015-2-14 23:08:28 |Display all floors
Jackie Chan and his son Jaycee Chan are seen in this file photo taken on June 5, 2012. [Photo/IC]





He described a contemplative life behind bars consisting of history discussions with a cell mate and reading about Buddhism.

At one point Chan recited a quote from a philosophy book he read while inside. The book, he told reporters, was written by a Taiwan Buddhist master and entitled "ut it do ...

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Post time 2015-2-14 23:09:19 |Display all floors
It'll be interesting to see how he manages to revive his entertainment career while in China now that the government has prohibited showings of work by convicted criminals.

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Post time 2015-2-15 08:47:36 |Display all floors
Marijuana is legalized in many US states today, testifying to its comparative lack of harm to the user. British aggression starting from the Opium wars had crippled China and turned it into a third world nation within a generation - hence the Chinese people tend to hate all kinds of addictive drugs. However, while China need not imitate the US in legalization pot, it should lighten the penalties for this civil offense (i.e., treat it as a misdemeanor as opposed to a felony). I think JC has been punished enough for his lapse and hope Chinese society can accept his apology and overlook this unfortunate incident.

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Post time 2015-2-15 09:00:39 |Display all floors
We need one more apology, tears preferred.

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