HK Actress Celina Jade Closely Involved in Charity Affairs

December 26, 2017
By XinhuaEditor: Hewater Liu
HK Actress Celina Jade Closely Involved in Charity Affairs

A picture of Celina Jade in a public service advert with an emphasis upon children-oriented charity in Beijing [Xinhua]

 

As a singer-turned actress and model, Celina Jade has made an unremitting effort to promote charity affairs and often extends a helping hand to underprivileged people in her daily life.

Jade, 32, was born in south China’s Hong Kong. She starred as Dr. Rachel along with well-known Chinese action star Wu Jing in his film Wolf Warrior 2, China's highest-grossing film ever earlier this year.

Apart from acting as kind-hearted figures in many blockbuster movies, she has been closely involved in various philanthropic events and charity programs in her own life, including Moon Bear Rescue of the Animals Asia Foundation (AAF), the Hong Kong Cancer Fund, and the Asia Model Festival Awards (AMFA).

Jade even managed to find time to visit local slum areas and distribute goods amongst people there when she was invited to be a judge in the Mumbai International Film Festival this October.

Therefore, it is not a surprise for many people to find that she has appeared in public service adverts with an emphasis upon children-oriented charity in subways and airports in Beijing.

Moreover, Jade has utilized her personal online accounts to interact with her followers and convey her positive energy to them.

 

HK Actress Celina Jade Closely Involved in Charity Affairs

An image of Dr. Rachel played by Celina Jade (C) in Wolf Warrior 2 [File photo]

 

(Source: Xinhua/Translated and edited by Women of China)

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