|March 28, 2006
Today is my last day in Hong Kong. Kath is
going to put me in an envelope and send me back home. I am sad
that I have to leave, but I am also excited that I will be going
home. Kath says I am having "mixed feelings." I wonder
if that's anything like the "mixed nuts" that Grandma
keeps in a can in her kitchen. I guess it is. Maybe if a peanut
is like sadness and a cashew is like happiness and you mixed
them together in your mouth, that would be like "mixed
feelings." Anyway, I can't wait to share my adventures
I have had a wonderful time. Everyone at Jackie's
office was so nice to me and Jackie is a very sweet man. He's
also very clever and fun to be with. He told me that he loves
kids and that he spends a lot of his spare time helping kids
who are poor or sick. It's called "charity work."
I told Jackie that I would try to help some poor or sick kids
when I got back to America. That made him smile. He told me
to study hard in school and to be nice to my parents.
So goodbye Hong Kong,
hello America!! It's been a great trip.
Several weeks after Stanely was sent home, we received a note
from his teacher in America. She told us that her class was very
excited when they found out that Jackie Chan had written back
to them. "Their little mouths stayed open as I read through
the journal and showed the autographed picture. They were beyond
excited and just amazed!"
She also told us how excited she was to hear about Jackie's commitment
to education and his love for kids. She sent along photos of the
beautiful display they created to tell everyone about Stanley's
trip. Here are the photos:
The autographed photo from Jackie was put in a special
frame and given a place of honor in the classroom!
Their teacher mounted each of the journal
pages and made a beautiful display for the hallway!
The hallway display.
Many thanks to Stanley's teacher and
classmates for sending us the photos. Jackie really enjoyed taking part
in the Flat Stanley Project and many of the ideas for the photos of
Stanley came from Jackie himself. He was very excited about the project
and told everyone on the set about it. Jackie really does believe in
importance of education, and he shows that learning can be fun!
You can read more about the Flat Stanley
at their official website.
All photos ©2006 The JC Group
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