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Jackie Chan’s comments on Hong Kong protests spark anger

Bangkok Post Friday, 16 August 2019
Martial arts legend Jackie Chan has said he hopes Hong Kong “can return to peace soon” after finally breaking his silence on the protests that have rocked his home city.
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