Chan Siu-Chun (born 8 July 1967), also known as Jordan Chan, is a Hong Kong actor and singer. Chan is a member of the Huizhou Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
|Awards||Hong Kong Film Awards – Best Supporting Actor |
1995 Twenty Something
|Genres||Cantopop, Mandopop, hip hop|
Chan got his start by enrolling in the TVB Dancers' Training Class in 1985. Soon after graduation, he joined a few of the studio's troupes that would accompany popular singers during their live performances. He worked with artists such as Alan Tam, Leslie Cheung, and Anita Mui before being invited by a producer to make a record of his own.
In 1994, he made his film debut with Twenty Something. Chan has since received several Hong Kong Film Award nominations: two for his role in He's a Woman, She's a Man (1994), and one each for Heaven Can't Wait (1995) and Big Bullet (1996). With 1996's Young and Dangerous, Chan established himself as a mainstay of the triad genre. The film was a huge success, and led to nine sequels and spinoffs before the series concluded in 2000. In 2005, Chan starred alongside Jay Chou as Kyoichi Sudo in Initial D.
Musically, Chan is known for bringing a hip hop flavour to cantopop. With his recent releases beginning around 2002, he has rapped and added hip hop beats to his music. His hip hop style has brought him new fans, although some Hong Kong fans have accused him of acting "black." He continues to incorporate R&B and hip hop sounds into his music today.
Chan has spoken several lines of Hakka in some of his movies. He is the first singer to include Hakka verse in a Mandarin song, in "Heartless You", (算你恨) 2003.
They had their first child, a son, born on 1 July 2013.
Political stance and controversiesEdit
In May 2019, the government had introduced the extradition bill, which had triggered huge protest around the world. Upon being asked, Chan said he did not know but nevertheless sign the supportive petition. 
In August 2019, he posted a video on Instagram criticizing the protestors as 打靶仔 (People that should go to die), stating that he would rather being ruled by Beijing but not being impeded by the protestors.
- Year 2015 Wanna Bros
- Year 2016 I love HK
- Year 2017 Where Are We Going, Dad? 5
- Year 2021 Call Me By Fire
- Big Event (1997)
- Love Wife (1998)
- Everyone Loves Jordan Chan (1998)
- Picture Book (1999)
- Mega Star Jordan Chan (1999)
- Top Boyfriend (2000)
- Amazing Ending Complication (2000)
- Embrace (2001)
- Heartbroken King EP (2002)
- That's Mine (2002)
- Heartless You (2003)
- Night Life New Songs +Compilation (2003)
- Black Hole (2004)
- Compete (2006)
- Sing Jordan 10 Years New Songs + Compilation (2006)
- Exclusive Memory (2008)
- "Jordan Chan and Cherrie Ying's extreme funny and emotional wedding". 14 February 2010. Retrieved 16 February 2010.
- "Jordan Chan, Cherrie Ying to Tie the Knot on Valentine's Day". 19 January 2010. Retrieved 2 February 2010.
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- "【逃犯條例】政協陳小春聯署撐修例：我唔識講，總之犯法要繩之於法｜明報". 30 May 2019.
- "Eason Chan slammed by fans for cutting ties with Adidas amid Xinjiang cotton row". South China Morning Post. 26 March 2021. Retrieved 26 March 2021.
- "Jordan Chan". imdb.com. Retrieved 14 March 2010.
- "Jordan Chan". chinesemov.com. Retrieved 14 March 2010.