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  • Visiting Cisco
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    Monday, Oct 19, 2009 7:50PM / Standard Entry / The One Foundation

    We visited Cisco a while back (they're good friends of the One Foundation) and got to witness their videoconferencing technology and equipment. Pretty amazing stuff. That's hi-def!

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  • Safe Hospitals

    Friday, Oct 16, 2009 7:01PM / Standard Entry / The One Foundation

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  • 100¥ and A Sick Bag: A China Eastern Airlines Story
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    Wednesday, Sep 23, 2009 12:07PM / Standard Entry / The One Foundation

    Due to the constant traveling to all sorts of places on account of work, flying has become an inseparable and necessary part of my life. And because of the density of my schedule, it's the time ...I spend in airplanes that I use to catch up on rest and sleep.

    On the evening of September 12 I boarded flight MU5447 flying from Qingdao to Chengdu to appear at the FRD Chengdu Charity Race the next day. As you know, I've been busy here in Qingdao filming my film "Ocean Heaven" (海洋天堂) and I've been so worn out that I slept the entire way.

    At 8:40pm, as the plane was on its descent towards Chengdu, one of the air stewards came to where I was sitting with one of those air sick paperbags and handed it to me. As I wasn't completely awake yet, I wasn't sure what he was doing. Then he said, "Mr. Li, I've witnessed the work that the One Foundation has done for the disaster area and community. I myself have also wanted very much to give back, and today I have the luck to be able to bump into you. For lack of a better envelope, I've put 100¥ into this sick bag to give to the One Foundation to continue to help the children in Sichuan."

    I was stunned and quickly thanked him. I looked at the envelope, on it it said: "Mr. Li, I hope to be able to give the kids this ¥100 through you, to allow me the opportunity to do my part in helping even if it's just a tiny bit. Sincerely, A Steward on China Eastern."

    I hurriedly asked him for his name and address, so that our staff could properly send him a receipt for his donation. He refused. “You don't need to send me a receipt. I believe that you believe in the One Foundation."

    So let me take this moment to say, thank you to the Steward on China Eastern and all those out there who believe in the One Foundation. This spirit of giving just a little bit of your heart makes us keep wanting to do what we do.

    On the way back to Qingdao, another air steward attempted to donate to the One Foundation again. This time, however, I really couldn't take the money. I said, "Instead of donating through me, you can just do it through all the different kinds of platforms we have set up for giving."

    Please take a look here:
    English: www.onefoundation.cn/html/en/beneficence_01.htm
    Chinese: www.onefoundation.cn/html/cn/beneficence_01.htm

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  • Motoring in Sichuan
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    Monday, Sep 21, 2009 6:00PM / Standard Entry / The One Foundation

    Any racing fans out there? This past weekend I was in Chengdu where I got to hang out with some of my good actor and music friends. Of course I can't drive a race car, but Aaron Kwok pretty much won every round. Doesn't matter though, we were out there to have some fun. At the end FRD Motorsports donated 500,000RMB to us. This is our 3rd year partnering with them. They've been working with us at the One Foundation since the beginning, and a lot of our momentum in the beginning was due to them. 

    At the event, everyone, including the audience, raised their phones and donated one or two renminbi to the One Foundation by texting "1" or "2" to 1069999309. You can do this do if you are in Mainland China.

    Hope you like the pics! All you racing fans out there let me know if you're a racer and what kind of racing you like to do.

    Chatting with Wu Jing.

    Saying a quick hello to the kids from the Longtai School in Sichuan whom we brought out to the racetrack.

    Aaron Kwok leading a couple of children to the racetrack.

    Anita Yuen 袁咏仪

    At the event, everyone, including the audience, raised their phones and donated one or two renminbi to the One Foundation by texting "1" or "2" to 1069999309. You can do this do if you are in Mainland China.

    All the celebrities who came together for the event.

    Getting in the car for the inaugural lap

    Hanging out in the flag box with Anita Yuen 袁咏仪.

    All the racers' cars.

    After the race with Aaron Kwok. It's hot inside the car, and racing is a real workout. You can see the sweat on his face.

    The female winners, 陈娟红 Chen Juanhong, 黃伊汶 Emme Wong, and 李珊珊 Lee San-San celebrating their win.

    Aaron Kwok spraying champagne after his win.

    FRD's check to the One Foundation.

    刘宏胤 Liu Hongyin's racing helmet.

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  • 2009 Taiwan Deaflympics!
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    Friday, Sep 11, 2009 7:30PM / Standard Entry / The One Foundation


    As my friends in Taiwan may know, I attended the 2009 Deaflympics Opening Ceremony in Taipei on September 5th, and it was a blast. So much pride, fun, and fireworks, it was more than you could ask for any ceremony. Not to mention, my friend, the famous and acclaimed theatre director Stan Lai directed and ran the show. I got to hang out with him and his friends the whole night. I even had the pleasure of meeting Christine Chow, the First Lady of Taiwan. 



    It was a great time, and congratulations to Taiwan for pulling this off and also coming together as One Family after Morakot.

    My segment was after Amei's spectacular performance, and then after the whole "Taiwanese Food Culture" performance where people dressed up as noodles, beef, and tofu and then danced altogether, eventually jumping into huge balloons made to resemble soup and mango ices. 


    I delivered my segment with true heroes 徐仁輝、徐仁明、賴孟傳、柯信雄 (Hsu Ren-Hui, Hsu Ren-Ming, Lai Meng-Chuan and Ke Shin-Shiung). These four saved over 130 lives in the wake of Morakot, and have gotten a lot of attention in Taiwan for their bravery, perseverance, and will to save their neighbors. 3 of them are actually from the national parachuting troop. Fantastic guts.

    Lots of photos, did anyone get to see this in person or on TV? Let me know! And let me know if you see your own country represented in the pictures somewhere...

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  • Born in Beijing, Jet Li began studying wushu (the Chinese term for martial arts) at the age of 8...

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