Great quotes from Hong Kong Actors  
Great quotes from Hong Kong Actors
Hong Kong films have inspired some high profile people to utter some highly quotable lines over the years. Here are some of the most memorable.
“American stuntmen are smart - they think about safety. When they do a jump in a car, they calculate everything: the speed, the distance... But in Hong Kong, we don't know how to count. Everything we do is a guess. If you've got the guts, you do it. All of my stuntmen have gotten hurt.” Jackie Chan
“There are many kinds of movies in Hong Kong. Some are commercial and others are more artistic.” Andy Lau
“That's so different in Hong Kong when I'm using my own mother language, I can treat the line in one thousand different ways, with many different reactions.” Chow Yun Fat
”In the West audiences think I am a stereotyped action star, or that I always play hitmen or killers. But in Hong Kong, I did a lot of comedy, many dramatic films, and most of all, romantic roles, lots of love stories. I was like a romance novel hero.” Chow Yun Fat
“I just want people to remember me like I remember Buster Keaton. When they talk about Buster Keaton or Gene Kelly, people say, 'Ah yes, they good.' Maybe one day, they remember Jackie Chan that way.” Jackie Chan
“You know, if I tell the press that I like long blonde hair, the next day there will be girls with long hair wigs outside waiting for me.” Andy Lau
“Ever since I was a child I have had this instinctive urge for expansion and growth. To me, the function and duty of a quality human being is the sincere and honest development of one's potential.” Bruce Lee
“I knew nothing about martial arts. The coach told me I was talented with learning martial arts, and put me in a school. Three years later I got my first championship in China.” Jet Li
“When I was an actor in some movies a long time ago, I was so curious about all the camera movements - why is the camera placed here, and why does it move like this? And why the set and the background, the color? It's a lot of questions for me to ask, because I was so interested, not only in acting, but also the whole process of filmmaking.” Stephen Chow