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Jackie Chan Helps Launch Segway's Go Green Initiative

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Hong Kong Jackie Chan SegwayIf you thought Segways were just for Star Trek-watching, Linux-obsessed super nerds — you’ve got another thing coming!!!

Action star Jackie Chan spent a little quality time in Sentosa, Singapore last week to help launch Segway’s Go Green initiative — a program encouraging tourists to go green by using the two-wheel motor personal transporter. 

Sentosa currently has 30 two-wheel mobile devices and the management plans to increase the number of devices to 50 by the end of this year.

In a gesture of improving the environmental condition of the island, Jackie planted and tree at the event and also shared this personal eco-tidbit: 

“Do you know how much water we waste when each of us visits the washroom twice a day? When I go to the washroom, I will ask who is going after me; we’ll flush the toilet bowl when the last person is done. I am doing this for the environment.”

Well…every little bit helps, I guess. 

via: news.yahoo.com

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