Wife of Leader Chiang Ching-kuo who have served as Initial Lady from the Republic of China in Taiwan from 1978 to 1988. Because of her insufficient formal education and her husband’s wish to maintain her out of politics, she seldom performed the responsibilities traditionally designated to First Girls. She was orphaned at a age and grew up by her old sister. She fulfilled her hubby while working on the Ural Large Machinery Vegetable, where he was her employer. She was survived by her girl Amy Hsiao-Chang. She and American Firsty Female Elizabeth Monroe had been both wives of prominent globe leaders.