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The bling lifestyle of Chinese heiress Zhang Jiale goes viral [Copy link] 中文

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A series of photographs showing the gilded life of a 22-year-old heiress has gone viral in China. Zhang Jiale, 22, posted the photographs on her personal account on Weibo, the Chinese version of Twitter. Ms Zhang, who appears to be something of a tomboy, is the daughter of Zhang Jun, an electronics, property and insurance magnate who heads Sinolife Insurance in Shenzhen.


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His daughter, one of four children, posted on her weibo that "money can buy you a house but not a family. It can buy you a watch but not time. It can buy you a bed but not sleep, a book but not knowledge, can buy you medical care but not health."

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Other things that money can buy her include a pile of designer trinkets...

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...a bevy of models to accompany her at parties...

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...and membership of China's Supercar Racing Club, whose members rent out race tracks to speed around in their sports cars.

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She is thought to be in a relationship with a 19-year-old model named Vanessa Yang, and her nickname among her fellow super car devotees is Wu Zetian, the name of a Tang Dynasty empress.

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The pictures have reignited a long-running debate about the behaviour of the "fu'erdai", or "rich second generation". The often spoilt children of the tycoons who emerged in the 1980s and 1990s, they are often held up as examples of China's moral decline.

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