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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.

    • Chao Buwei Yang,
    • in Yuenren Chao, trans., Autobiography of a Chinese Woman ()
  • My remoteness from women's affairs could be seen from my surprise when I heard that needles had holes in them.

    • Chao Buwei Yang,
    • in Yuenren Chao, trans., Autobiography of a Chinese Woman ()
  • I learned that in dealing with things, you spent much more time and energy in dealing with people than in dealing with things.

    • Chao Buwei Yang,
    • in Yuenren Chao, trans., Autobiography of a Chinese Woman ()
  • Have you ever noticed that life consists mostly of interruptions, with occasional spells of rush work in between?

    • Chao Buwei Yang,
    • in Yuenren Chao, trans., Autobiography of a Chinese Woman ()

Chao Buwei Yang, Chinese physician, writer

(1889 - 1981)

May also see her name as Pu-wei Yang Chao.