Forbes has published 30 successful people who are under 30 list, and 18 year-old Nana Ou-Yang, as the youngest lady was selected and introduced as someone who manages to do the impossible.

On one hand she’s growing the huge audience she earned in Asia from her roles in popular films such as Secret Fruit and Bleeding Steel, while she’s also pursuing a serious career as a musician. Although Ouyang collaborated with stars such as Wiz Khalifa, in September 2018 she decided to resume her studies at the Berklee College of Music.

Actually, when she was 4, she started to attend a popular tv show hosted by Xiao S and Kang Yong Cai.

When she was 10, she published her first book.

12 years old, she becomes the youngest violinist in the history of the Taiwanese Auditorium.

At the age of 13 years old, she was accepted by the world’s top music school, the Curtis Institute of Music, with a full scholarship of the world’s top music school.

At the age of 15, she boarded the stage of the Beijing National Grand Theatre and held a solo recital for the individual cello. And she signed with Global Record Company, and launched the first classical cello album “15”.

16 years old, she was invited to attend the Chanel Paris show.   

At the age of 18, she was exposed that her income in the first half of the year has reached 70 million. In the same year, she started to study at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA and studied cello.

Recently, she was again on the trending list of Weibo, as she mentioned on vlog that she is going to set up a scholarship in the Berklee College of Music to support those students who love music but need help.

She said when she was 13 years old, she started to think about to help people when she has enough ability.

Now she started her plan with her concert in April.

She is going to hold a “Dream is Real concert” at the end of April and she will donate all of the income from the concert.

Talented and kind, who doesn’t love this kind of girls?

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