From China Daily:
She is known as “China’s iron lady,” but impresses the world with her soft tone and charming smiles. She dreamed of becoming a great entrepreneur in her youth, but turned into the only female figure in China’s core of political power.
Elegant and intelligent, Vice-Premier Wu Yi(Âê¥‰ª™Ôºâ, 67, is the world’s third most powerful woman, according to a Forbes magazine list published on Friday. It also said German Chancellor Angela Merkel overtook US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice as the world’s most powerful woman, with Rice ranking second.
But Wu is not the only influential Chinese woman to feature on the list. She is joined by Wu XiaolingÔºàÂê¥ÊôìÁÅµÔºâ, 59, vice-governor of the People’s Bank of China, and Yang MianmianÔºàÊù®ÁªµÁªµÔºâ, 65, chairwoman and executive director at the Haier Group, the world’s fourth-largest manufacturer of household appliances. respectively rank 35th and 70th on the list of the world’s 100 most powerful women. [Full Text]
Read related Chinese article introducing Yang Mianmian from People’s Daily: Yang Mianmian: Not Be A “Sheep” But A “Wolf”