Jackie Chan To Receive Wildlife Conservation Award

December 28th, 2011 12:39pm EST

Jackie Chan Martial arts movie star Jackie Chan is to receive an award to mark his efforts campaigning for wildlife conservation.

The Rush Hour star is to be recognized with a WildAid honor at the organization's annual benefit gala next year.

The prize is to mark Chan's efforts campaigning on behalf of WildAid China and fighting to save tigers from extinction.

He will be awarded with the trophy in San Francisco, California on May 11th.

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