Partying is hard for an actor when the eagle eyes of the paparazzi are on you, but it's even harder when you're the son of Jackie Chan. Jaycee Chan Cho-ming said he felt helpless about becoming the gossip hounds' latest target. The nightlife of the young actor has frequently appeared on the front pages of celebrity magazines and in newspapers of late, but he's determined the media glare won't affect him. 'I won't change my lifestyle because of this coverage,' said the 24-year-old (right), who's been named the ambassador of the Ocean Park Conservation Foundation after attending their Conservation Day recently to help raise fund for the animal charity. 'I can do nothing about it. I just hope that these stories won't affect my friends and family,' said Chan, who's now making an action movie with director Benny Chan Muk-sing (Rob-B-Hood). The 2 Young star said his father was in the US and hadn't read the stories about him, but his mother had. 'My mother gave a big sigh. I felt bad to see her sighing. But I can't say that I won't go out ever again. I can only be more careful next time,' he said. 'I hope audiences and readers understand that I'm just normal and I need friends.'