Jackie Chan sends long articles to mourn Zou Wenhuai: a respected model of the industry.

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 Jackie Chan sends long articles to mourn Zou Wenhuai: a respected model of the industry.


Zou Wenhuai, born in Hongkong, native to Guangdong, Tai Po County. Film entrepreneur, producer, chairman and executive director of Jiahe Film Group, has trained Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and other well-known actors. In November 2, 2018, Zou Wenhuai died at the age of 91. On the morning of 3, Jackie Chan sent a long message to Zou Wenhuai in his micro-blog. Jackie Chan, the English name of Jackie Chan mentioned by Jackie Chan in his micro-blog, was chosen by Zou Wenhuai, who helped him many times during his film-making years. Jackie Chan expresses emotionally in his article: In the past few decades, Mr. Zou Wenhuai has been to me the boss, the predecessor, the teacher, and the industry model that is always respected. For the whole Hong Kong film and even the Chinese film, he is the brand of the times. Jackie Chan mourned at the end of the article: Mr. Zou, go well. I will always remember the words you taught me, the spiritual power you passed on to us, and I will continue to pass it on. Source: NetEase entertainment editor: Han Chong _NBJ11345

Zou Wenhuai, born in Hongkong, native to Guangdong, Tai Po County. Film entrepreneur, producer, chairman and executive director of Jiahe Film Group, has trained Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and other well-known actors. In November 2, 2018, Zou Wenhuai died at the age of 91. On the morning of 3, Jackie Chan sent a long message to Zou Wenhuai in his micro-blog. Jackie Chan, the English name of Jackie Chan mentioned by Jackie Chan in his micro-blog, was chosen by Zou Wenhuai, who helped him many times during his film-making years. Jackie Chan expresses emotionally in his article: In the past few decades, Mr. Zou Wenhuai has been to me the boss, the predecessor, the teacher, and the industry model that is always respected. For the whole Hong Kong film and even the Chinese film, he is the brand of the times. Jackie Chan mourned at the end of the article: Mr. Zou, go well. I will always remember the words you taught me, the spiritual power you passed on to us, and I will continue to pass it on.