BEIJING (ANN): Jet He's no longer grounded, but is starting off again, health-wise.
Internet users shuddered in 2018 when a photograph of a good-looking Li – visiting a temple in Tibet – emerged.
The gongfu star was diagnosed in 2010 with hyperthyroidism, whose symptoms include muscle weakness and sleep problems.
In 2017, He revealed that although he was taking medication, the condition "continued to return."
Fans can now breathe easier after two recently released photos that show Li starring in Disney's upcoming live-action Mulan reaction to better health.
One photo, taken with a fan, showed Li, 56, in a good mood as he smiled broadly at the camera.
The South China Morning Post reported that netizens, surprised by his health project, said it was wonderful to see him radiant and youthful again.
The thought, for now, is that He has his health ailment under control.
Another photo was taken with Jack Ma, executive chairman of the Alibaba Group, at a fundraising event for the Jack Ma Foundation.
In a caption for the photo He posted on his Instagram account, he praised the work done by teachers in rural areas of China and called for more support to bring about change.
The actor himself drew praise for staying true to his action-hero image on screen and capturing his health problem without shadow.
At the height of speculation about his health in 2018, He addressed the issue in a Facebook post, telling his fans not to worry and even joking that he had received a "long-standing potion" from someone who wanted to see him live long. life. – The Street Times / Asian News Network
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