May 21, 2006



The tallest woman in Asia, Chinese Yao Defen and her friend sit at the entrance of her home in Shu Cha in eastern China's Anhui province. Yao is 34 years old and 2.36 metres tall.

That is amazing

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  1. no disrespect intended but she really looks fake! she looks like a doll!

    21 May 2006, 21:07

  2. Is that really real? She does look fake! And what does 2.36 metres mean?!! I want it in real measurements.

    21 May 2006, 21:39

  3. I've worked it out instead – that makes her 7' 9'' !!! Wow that is impressive.

    21 May 2006, 21:40

  4. I am assured by (where I followed the link to the article) that it is indeed true.

    But you're right…it does look sooo fake!! She's amazing!!!

    21 May 2006, 23:27

  5. Jim

    Is the friend really tiny too?

    22 May 2006, 12:12

  6. Opposites attract. I hope her friend is the smallest woman in Asia…it's a sitcom just waiting to be made.

    22 May 2006, 15:04

  7. I've got the theme tune already – 'I'm big, you're small, you're thin, I'm tall…' and so on. The rest should write itself.

    26 May 2006, 19:47

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