Chinese martial artist, actor, film producer and wushu champion Jet Li will come to Turkey.
He will be the guest of honor at the 11th World Wushu Championships in Turkish capital.
Jet Li, who clinched the title of world champion for six times, attends wushu championships each year.
Abdurrahman Akyuz, chairman of Turkish Federation of Wushu, said Thursday that they were proud of hosting Jet Li in Ankara.
The 11th World Wushu Championships will be held at Ankara Arena on October 6 and 15 with the participation of nearly a thousand sportsmen from more than 70 countries.
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