A mainland tourist wandered into a cordoned-off exhibition room at Madame Tussauds and was astonished to see actor Jet Li - in the flesh. 'Hey, that one's moving,' she said to her companion. 'Eh? He's the real one!' Li was attending the unveiling of his wax likeness at the attraction on The Peak. The tourist then joined the legion of professional photographers who were snapping hundreds of photos a minute of the martial arts superstar. When asked whether he thought the wax double fully captured his likeness, Li was coy: 'Well, it's up to the audience. What do you all think?' The Li wax figure wears a shirt designed by Versace bearing the logo of the One Foundation, the charity organisation founded by Li in 2007. It also holds a miniature earth in the palm of its hand. 'We all live together on this earth,' Li said, 'and we should all share and treat each other like family.' The One Foundation promotes volunteerism to help those afflicted by poverty, disease and natural disasters. Li's wax figure keeps company with a diverse group of public figures. To its left is a wax Leslie Cheung Kwok-wing and to its right is a wax Princess Diana. In the far corner, American presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush are frozen in debate. 'This is the room for national heroes,' said Bret Pidgeon, general manager of Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong. 'With all that Jet Li has done for people through his philanthropy, he is more than just a movie star - he's a national hero.'