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Jackie Chan’s $30 million private plane revealed

(People's Daily Online)

15:28, February 20, 2012

The interior of Jackie Chan’s $30 million private plane

Legacy 650, the private plane of martial arts star Jackie Chan was shown at the Singapore Airshow recently. The $30 million plane is designed to accommodate 13 passengers.

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China Hand at 2012-04-12122.71.126.*
This is ridiculous. When was the last time Jacky Chan went to a village in Gansu or Anhui and did some charity work. Oh the vanity!p.s. The Karate Kid was garbage.
Robert at 2012-02-2087.218.65.*
Such wealth is obscene. I am surprised to find this type news item in the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party!
  

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