Cheer up, Michael Jackson: here in Hong Kong you still have a loyal fan who would defend you at all costs if he was on your jury. Singer/songwriter Jaycee Fong Cho-ming, the LA resident better known as Jackie Chan's son, said on Monday he wished he could be a member of the jury for Jackson's trial in California. 'I've liked him since I was very young,' Fong, who is now based in Hong Kong, told CitySeen. 'And if I were chosen to be a juror for this case, I would definitely vote 'not guilty' in the jury deliberation no matter what.' And the 22-year-old does not care if that opinion makes him seem biased 'because I don't believe that he would do evil things'. 'I don't care what he has done. I'll still like him anyway.' Fong has instead been called for jury duty in the United States in May. 'I'm sure I won't have a bias on this one and will try my best to be a good juror,' he assured CitySeen.