Film star and kung fu hero Jackie Chan has staged an exhibition at the Convention and Exhibition Centre. On display was a collection of his personal items such as watches, cars, costumes, awards and photographs. Chan was vague when questioned about his plans for retirement. 'I never said I would be retiring soon,' he said. 'Someone misunderstood me. 'I'm quite fit and I want to try so many new things.' After visiting Hong Kong, Chan planned to fly to the United States with his parents. He was vague about whether he was taking his partner Lam Fung-kiu on the US trip. Chan said he was exhausted after making the movie Who Am I? Actor Stephen Chiau Sing- chi wants Hollywood comedienne Whoopi Goldberg to star in his next movie. 'It's a great idea,' he said, admitting that the collaboration would put his name on the map and earn him a ticket to the Hollywood mainstream. RTHK has released its list the Top 10 singers in the SAR. Those on the list are Jacky Cheung Hok-yau, Andy Lau Tak- wah, Leon Lai Ming, Aaron Kwok Fu-shing, Andy Hui Chi- on, Leo Ku Kui-kei, Cass Phang Ling, Sammi Cheng Sau-man, Faye Wong and Ekin Cheng. Kelly Chen Wai-lam was apparently ranked 11th. 'The result was fair,' Chen said. 'I was working on developing an overseas audience last year, which affected my ranking. I'll try harder this year.' Singer Nic Tse Ting-fung has been rated most unpopular Canto-pop star on the Internet, though he says he is not taking it too seriously. 'I don't feel unhappy about it,' he said. 'It's just a lot of nonsense. In fact, it's time I gave a thought to my attitude in the coming year.' Tse said he intended working on mistakes he had made and on clearing up public misconceptions.