Jackie Chan's Remarks on Manila Bus Siege

One of the Philippines most loved Asian action star Jackie Chan, a native of Hong Kong, expresses his side about the Manila Bus Siege on his Twitter account. Contrary to most of the Chinese's negative remarks, Jackie Chan expresses his grief over the hostage killing but did not followed negative comments from his fellow countrymen.

Taken from his Twitter account, here are Jackie Chan's lines:

“I come back to hk & I hear terrible news about what happened in filippines [sic]. A lot of things don’t happen to your own country you don’t pay attention.”

“This kind of things always happen around the world [sic]. It happened to hk’s people, the whole hk is talking about it. It’s really sad.”

“If they killed the guy sooner, they will say why not negotiate first? If they negotiate first, they ask why not kill the guy sooner? So sad.”

“HK is a nation built by a lot of different people..don’t worry! We do not hate!” said Chan. “Humans should be united and not kill or hate each other.”

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