It’s not every day that you see a 24-year-old female billionaire — let alone one that first found fame through a viral photo.
Zhang Zetian was listed in Chinese New Fortune magazine’s top 500 rich list this May, making her the youngest female billionaire in the country. The accolade has been repeated in by Chinese and Hong Kong media like the South China Morning Post newspaper and Jing Daily online magazine.
China is home to many young female billionaires, many of whom are self-made.
Thanks to Zhang’s well-groomed Instagram page, we’re about learn a little more about her life. Take a look at the slides below to learn more about the young billionaire.
She was admitted into China's prestigious Tsinghua University in 2011, and spent one year on exchange at New York's Barnard College.
She captioned the above photo 'Got photographed by the paparazzi again.'
The couple publicly denied their relationship for a long time, saying they were 'just classmates,' according to New Fortune magazine.
He's the founder and CEO of Chinese e-commerce company JD.com -- one of Alibaba's major competitors.
They welcomed their first child -- a girl -- in March 2016. A few months later, the couple invested in an Australian baby formula company.
This wasn't their only personal investment. Zhang and her husband's personal portfolio consist of six companies, including Uber China.
Zhang can be partially credited for JD.com's success, as she helps promote the site's fashion and luxury goods businesses.
She's also mingled with other influential people -- such as Bill Gates, Canadian Governor General David Johnston and David Beckham.
Zhang's travels have taken her to Paris, Bordeaux, Cannes, California, Geneva, Milan, Venice and Cambridge -- this summer alone.
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