SINGAPORE - Hong Kong veteran actor Jackie Chan will be holding a party in Beijing next year for his 60th birthday.
The party, which will be held in April, is organised by Chan's son, Jaycee Chan, and will be a tribute to the martial artist's career in entertainment.
Chan's illustrious career has seen the international star take on countless roles and death-defying stunts since he made his debut in the showbiz industry in the 1960s. He is also one of the most recognisable Asian stars to grace the Hollywood silver screen, where he teamed up with Chris Tucker in action-comedy movie series Rush Hour.
Fans are invited to join in the birthday festivities next year. From now till Jan 8, Golden Village (GV) Movie Club is holding a contest where fans can stand to win a pair of invitations to Chan's birthday, return flight tickets from Singapore to Beijing and accommodation.
To be eligible for the contest, GV Movie Club members are required to login or present their membership card when purchasing four tickets to catch Chan's latest movie, Police Story 2013, and to answer a question at www.gv.com.sg or www.facebook.com/gvmovieclub.
The contest is open to GV Movie Club members only.