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Chao Buwei Yang
“A straight dark-green Manchu gown, with black trimmings, is my favorite. For it just about takes off those fifteen pounds I don't need and adds those three inches I do.”
“My remoteness from women's affairs could be seen from my surprise when I heard that needles had holes in them.”
“I learned that in dealing with things, you spent much more time and energy in dealing with people than in dealing with things.”
“Have you ever noticed that life consists mostly of interruptions, with occasional spells of rush work in between?”
Chao Buwei Yang, Chinese physician, writer
(1889 - 1981)
May also see her name as Pu-wei Yang Chao.