Earlier this week, Jackie Chan invited a group of Chinese and American students to visit him on the set of his new movie to increase awareness and support for study abroad programs for Americans in China.

The students – participating in a program called Americans Promoting Study Abroad (APSA) – were in Beijing for a special art week and charity concert co-sponsored by the Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation. The Booey Lehoo concert will be held at Beijing’s National Stadium on December 17 and will feature will.i.am and apl.de.ap from the Black Eyed Peas, John Legend and leading Chinese pop stars.

APSA and the concert are supported by the 100,000 Strong Initiative, which aims to increase the number of American students studying in China by 100,000 in four years.

Find out more about Americans Promoting Study Abroad here .

Source: JackieChan.com

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