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Fact Checking Misleading Tweets: Exposing the Truth Behind the Jackie Chan Video
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Fact-Checking the Misleading Tweets: Hong Kong ActoJackie Chan’s Emotional Scene Revealed to be from “Ride On”

In the era of social media, misinformation spreads like wildfire, especially when it involves celebrities. Recently, a video was shared on various platforms claiming to show Hong Kong actor Jackie Chan and his daughter Etta Ng Chok Lam in tears while reminiscing over old movie scenes. However, a closer look reveals that the video is actually a scene from Chan’s latest film, “Ride On.” In this blog, we will delve into the details of this incident, explore the misleading nature of several tweets and shares, and shed light on how D-Intent Data fact-checked these claims to uncover the truth.

The Incident:

The video that gained attention on social media purportedly showcased Jackie Chan and his daughter Etta Ng Chok Lam emotionally reacting to past movie moments. However, a fact check reveals that the girl featured in the video is actually actress Liu Haocun, who portrayed Chan’s on-screen daughter, Xiao Bao, in the film “Ride On.” This important distinction raises doubts about the authenticity of the emotional scene. It appears that some users deliberately circulated this video from a movie as real, with the intent of gaining attention and popularity on social media platforms.

Fact-Checking by D-Intent Data:

In response to the widespread dissemination of this misleading video, D-Intent Data, a renowned fact-checking organization, took the initiative to ascertain the truth. Their investigation involved meticulous research and analysis, utilizing various sources to establish the authenticity of the video. The following results emerged from their fact-checking:

1. “Ride On” Movie: By referring to reputable sources such as Wikipedia, IMDb, and Instagram, it became evident that the emotional scene in question is indeed from the movie “Ride On.” This clarification dismisses the claims of the video capturing a genuine moment between Jackie Chan and his daughter.

2. Etta Ng Chok Lam: Further scrutiny through Google searches revealed that Etta Ng Chok Lam is not the girl in the video, debunking any connection between her and the emotional scene.

3. Liu Haocun: The investigation also highlighted the true identity of the girl in the video as Liu Haocun, an actress who played the role of Jackie Chan’s on-screen daughter, Xiao Bao, in “Ride On.”

Conclusion:

Misinformation can quickly sway public opinion, especially when it involves beloved figures like Jackie Chan. However, by employing fact-checking methods, organizations like D-Intent Data play a vital role in dispelling falsehoods and providing accurate information. In the case of the misleading video depicting Chan and his daughter, it is crucial to separate reality from fiction. The video is merely a scene from the movie “Ride On,” featuring actress Liu Haocun alongside Jackie Chan. Let us remember the importance of fact-checking and critical thinking in the age of viral misinformation.

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