1996-06-04

Coty's Chinese Ally

New York Times

While African-American women and Latinas have started to gain attention as markets, women who are Asian-Americans, often called the silent minority, to a large degree have been overlooked by cosmetics companies.

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1994-01-31

China's New Role Model

Forbes Magazine

Doing business in China is a nightmare! fumes TV star/ cosmetics mogul Yue-Sai Kan, whose poise and charm are known to Chinese television viewers numbering in the hundreds of millions.

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1989-01-09

The Talk of the Town: China Star

The New Yorker

The most popular television personality in the world is a New York woman named Yue-Sai Kan, who is the narrator and executive producer of a series of travelogues that have captivated China's entire viewing population.

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1987-08-19

More Famous than Anyone?

Parade Magazine

In the U.S., there are Barbara Walters, Phil Donahue, Bryant Gumbel, Jane Pauley, Dynasty, The Cosby Show and Masterpiece Theater. In China, there is Yue-Sai Kan.

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1987-05-18

People Magazine

People Magazine

Helping East Meet West via TV, America's Yue-Sai Kan Has Become The Most Famous Woman in China. Written by Susan Reed, reported by Lawrence O'Donnell Jr.

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