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Jackie Chan Museum Planned In Shanghai, China

Construction for a museum to archive the career of action star Jackie Chan has begun in the Chinese financial capital of Shanghai.

The 54-year-old attended a ceremony marking the start of work on the museum this week, which will house costumes, props and other items from Chan's movies.

Visitors will be able to retrace Chan's footsteps from Hong Kong to Hollywood, and navigate through detailed showpieces of Chan from being a Chinese icon, a kung-fu megastar to a charity devotee. When completed in October 2009, the museum will take up about 3,100 square meters.

If you're not sure why Jackie Chan deserves a museum, check out this Top 10 Jackie Chan Stunts Compliation we posted earlier.

July 11, 2008 |

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