Be Informed And Earn: Founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma, Jet Li Sets For a New Kung-Fu Movie Titled GSD

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Founder of Alibaba, Jack Ma, Jet Li Sets For a New Kung-Fu Movie Titled GSD

Jack Ma has always been of the people that serve as a motivation to me in this 21st-century era of information technology. He came from nothing, from very poor Chinese family but today he is the founder and CEO of the biggest e-commerce store in China and beyond.
GSD Movie

Exactly 1 year ago from now, Jack Ma's Alibaba launched the Rx5 SUV internet car which is powered by Alibaba's custom-made AliyunOS. And is enriched with enough high-tech features and smarts to qualify it as an Internet of Things (IoT) device for the road. Now in recent developments, Jack Ma, one of the richest men, (if not the richest man) in China, and founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has showcased his tai-chi skills in a new short movie titled Gong Shou Dao.

A short clip from the movie was said to be released over the weekend on Jet Li's Facebook who is the producer of the movie Gong Shou Dao and has already gotten over 106 million/11,000 views comments many of which were of praise toJack Ma's skills.

The movie Gong Shou Dao is starred by Jack Ma who is the main character, retired wushu world champion Jet Li, who is also the producer of the movie. Wu Jing, Tony Ja, Donnie Yen, who played the blind warrior Chirrut Imwe in "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. and others.

GSD is due to release sometime in November. It is a top-secret project, but we also heard that it will appear on China’s Youku online video platform. According to Alibaba, none of the actors in "Gongshoudao" took a paycheck for their roles in the movie

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