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  Kauniiksi kirurgialla: Hao Lulu kertoo | Radio86.fi
Kauneusleikkauksiin erikoistuneen EverCare-klinikan markkinointijohtaja on erittäin hyvä ystäväni, ja olemme tunteneet jo pitkään, Lulu kertoo.
Lulu ei pelkää, että joutuisi uusimaan leikkauksia muutaman vuoden kuluttua.
Tulevaisuudessa Hao Lulu aikoo näytellä tv-sarjoissa ja elokuvissa, ja hänellä onkin jo takanaan muutama näytelty rooli.
www.radio86.fi /kaikkea-kiinasta/ihmiset-elama/1476/kauniiksi-kirurgialla-hao-lulu-kertoo   (783 words)

  
 Hao Lulu - China-related Topics HA-HD - China-Related Topics
Hao Lulu (郝璐璐, born 9th January 1979) is a young Manchu Chinese woman who has become famous in Mainland China for having undergone extensive cosmetic surgery in 2003 to alter her appearance, tagged "The Artificial Beauty" (人造美女).
Born in Beijing, Hao entered the China University of Geosciences in 1999.
Hao's diary, published on the clinic's website, states the pain and numbness she felt after certain procedures.
www.famouschinese.com /virtual/Hao_Lulu   (400 words)

  
 Steve Friess - Home Page
Hao's extreme makeover may be the exception, but thousands of Chinese women, and some men, are turning to surgeons for cosmetic enhancements they can now afford thanks to a prosperous economy that expanded by at least 7 percent a year even during the global slump in 2001 and 2002.
Hao is now a minor celebrity whose progress is documented religiously by the state-run China Central Television and who has been the subject of two reports on CNN International.
Hao said she'll probably be done with plastic surgery once her final two rounds are complete, although Bao said she might need some touch-ups later.
www.stevefriess.com /archive/bostonglobe/chinaplastics.htm   (981 words)

  
 Cosmetic surgery's all the rage in China / Growing prosperity allows for pursuit of beautification
As winner of a $50,000 "Beauty Dreamworks Project," 24-year-old Hao Lulu is undergoing a grueling series of 14 cosmetic procedures -- from the head to the buttocks -- all in hopes of improving her looks and boosting her acting aspirations.
Even though Hao's extreme makeover is part of a publicity stunt reminiscent of a U.S. reality show, her quest underscores the increasing popularity of cosmetic surgeries in a nation where a growing middle class was once more worried about scraping by than about physical appearance.
Hao has already had her eyelids and nose done, as well as operations to give her more shapely calves and buttocks and larger breasts.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2003/11/23/COSMETIC.TMP&type=printable   (951 words)

  
 wikien.info: Main_Page : H/H/HAO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Hao can have several different meanings: Used in reference to Chinese culture, hao is the word for a "courtesy name".Hao is also the name of a coral atoll in the central part of the Tuamotu Archipelago.Hao was the name of the capital of Western Zhou dynasty of China.
Hao is a large coral atoll in the central part of the Tuamotu Archipelago.
Hao Siwen was the sworn brother of Guan Sheng.Woman Undergoes 200 Days of Plastic Surgery - !http://surgerynews.net/news/0304/celeb030402.htm[1265]
FREELANCE fashion writer and self-employed jewellery dealer Hao Lulu (24), an ethnic Manchu living in Beijing, underwent a series of plastic surgery operations at the Beijing cosmetic surgery hospital Evercare.
Lulu underwent 200 days of painful plastic surgery on her entire body, including the creation of double eyelids, a nose tip more pointed and a thinner face, the removal of the wrinkles from her neck, the realigning of her jawbone, and operations on her breasts, abdomen, bottom and legs.
Lulu made the big decision in 20 minutes without informing her parents and her American boyfriend.
www.alanaditescili.net /browse.php?title=H/H/HAO   (941 words)

  
 Boston.com / News / World / Asia / In China, cosmetic surgery on the rise
Hao's extreme makeover may be the exception, but thousands of Chinese women, and some men, are turning to surgeons for cosmetic enhancements they can now afford thanks to a prosperous economy that expanded by at least 7 percent a year even during the global slump in 2001 and 2002.
Hao is now a minor celebrity whose progress is documented religiously by the state-run China Central Television and who has been the subject of two reports on CNN International.
Hao said she'll probably be done with plastic surgery once her final two rounds are complete, although Bao said she might need some touch-ups later.
www.boston.com /news/world/asia/articles/2003/11/09/in_china_cosmetic_surgery_on_the_rise   (1019 words)

  
 Artificial beauty a sheer fraud
Hao Lulu became a household name last summer when she volunteered to be completely "remade" by a Beijing plastic surgery clinic.
In a personal resume distributed to the media before her face and body were altered, Hao claimed to have done so well in primary and junior high school that she finished the normally nine-year course of study in a mere six years.
The newspaper's reporters have subsequently conducted interviews with former classmates and teachers and with Hao herself to determine the veracity of her claims of scholastic excellence.
english.peopledaily.com.cn /200403/09/eng20040309_136928.shtml   (445 words)

  
 Beauty comes at a price and risk
Hao Lulu poses with a picture taken before she had a series of plastic surgery procedures.
"Although Hao's operation was by no means uncontroversial and some scientists worry that the sole emphasis on physical beauty would confuse traditional aesthetic standards, she has certainly helped more people to attach great importance to physical appearance," Zhang Qingguo, president of Jinan Cosmetic Surgery Hospital, was quoted as saying by the newspaper.
In Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou 36 per cent of residents were opposed to Hao's effort, saying they would never have cosmetic surgery to improve their appearance, according to a survey conducted by Beijing Youth Daily at end of last year.
www.chinadaily.com.cn /english/doc/2004-02/09/content_304341.htm   (963 words)

  
 Hao Lulu at AllExperts
Hao Lulu (郝ç'ç', born 9th January 1979) is a young Manchu Chinese woman who has become famous in China for having undergone extensive cosmetic surgery in 2003 to alter her appearance, tagged "The Artificial Beauty" (人造美女).
Born in Beijing, Hao entered the China University of Geosciences in 1999.
Hao's diary, published on the clinic's website, states the pain and numbness she felt after certain procedures.
en.allexperts.com /e/h/ha/hao_lulu.htm   (361 words)

  
 Woman Goes Under Knife for 'Beauty'
Hao Lulu, an ethnic Manchu living in Beijing, went under the knife for the first time on Monday and hopes her new looks will lead to a career in films after the long surgery.
Hao said beauty was not the most important thing and that a noble character should be most highly prized in a person.
But Hao, a freelance fashion writer and jewellery dealer, has braced herself for the loss of her original appearance.
www.china.org.cn /english/Life/70793.htm   (313 words)

  
 News articles for Lulu, Florida   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Lulu the kangaroo alerted Len Richards's family after he was knocked unconscious by a falling tree branch.
Lulu Pickering, whose property neighbors the proposed subdivision, was present to voice her concern over what she perceived as a lack of notification to...
One woman, Hao Lulu, made nationwide headlines this year when she had six months of plastic surgery costing 300,000 yuan ($A50,000) to improve her looks and...
www.linkmorgue.org /united_states/full/Florida/Lulu.html   (4899 words)

  
 News on Lulu, Florida   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Lulu, the pop star who refuses to grow old, revealed today how her grandparents met and fell in love in a Belfast dance hall.
Lulu's is out because we refuse to go to a place that advertises "18 to party, 21 to drink." M street may be just as bad, but we thought we would give it a try...
Lulu the kangaroo banged on the door of the family's home in Morwell, Gippsland in southeast Australia after discovering the farmer lying unconscious in a field...
www.linkmorgue.org /us/FL/Lulu.html   (5456 words)

  
 Beijing woman's duckling-to-swan journey 'worth it'
In the past five months, the formerly plain-looking Beijing woman underwent a series of cosmetic surgeries to remould a dozen parts of her body.
Face-lift operations are not unusual in China, but Hao has put herself in the media limelight not only by the scale and complication of the operations, but also the high cost involved - 300,000 yuan (US$36,000) - an amount unheard of among those in pursuit of a more pleasant appearance.
While admitting that it was Hao's personal choice to remodel herself, some social scientists have expressed worries that the sole emphasis on physical beauty by the media would confuse traditional aesthetic standards.
english.peopledaily.com.cn /200311/09/eng20031109_127911.shtml   (560 words)

  
 NameTraq | Last Name: Hao
Su Hao, professor of China Foreign Affairs University, tells China Daily that the SCO is not a military alliance and it does not target any third country.
Hao said Vietnam sent samples of the bird flu virus to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday for DNA analysis and results were expected...
Hao Dang pleaded guilty in June to a reduced charge of manslaughter for failing to obtain adequate medical care in the hours leading up to the death of her...Cutting comments - http://www2.chinadaily.com.cn/en/doc/2003-08/01/content_250979.htm[896]
After she was shown Hao Lulu's picture, Han said she looked a little older than 24.
Cheryl Baisden, an American graphic designer and English teacher based in Beijing, expressed surprise at seeing Hao Lulu at the press conference where her cosmetic surgery plan was declared.
Hao said she was very pleased with the effects of the first operation.
www.nametraq.com /genealogy_jan04/H/Hao.shtml   (2650 words)

  
 Cosmetic Surgery Develops Locally   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Yesterday afternoon, Hao Lulu, a 25-year-old woman from Beijing, received liposuction surgery at Shanghai East Beauty Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Hospital on her upper arms and back.
Hao became famous after undergoing six months of free plastic surgery beginning in July 2003, including eyelid renovation, liposuction, breast implants, nose restructuring and face-narrowing jawline surgery.
Hao's glamorous new look turned her from an unemployed fashion writer to an entertainment star, who has been offered acting roles in several TV series and movies.
www.investchina.com.cn /english/Life/127046.htm   (170 words)

  
 Woman Undergoes 200 Days of Plastic Surgery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
FREELANCE fashion writer and self-employed jewellery dealer Hao Lulu (24), an ethnic Manchu living in Beijing, underwent a series of plastic surgery operations at the Beijing cosmetic surgery hospital Evercare.
Lulu underwent 200 days of painful plastic surgery on her entire body, including the creation of double eyelids, a nose tip more pointed and a thinner face, the removal of the wrinkles from her neck, the realigning of her jawbone, and operations on her breasts, abdomen, bottom and legs.
Lulu made the big decision in 20 minutes without informing her parents and her American boyfriend.
www.surgerynews.net /news/0304/celeb030402.htm   (1265 words)

  
 Beauty Cosmetic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Hao Lulu - Hao Lulu (郝璐璐, born 9th January 1979) is a young Manchu Chinese woman who has become famous in China for having undergone extensive cosmetic surgery in 2003 to alter her appearance, tagged "The Artificial Beauty" (人造美女).
Hao's diary, published on the author`s experience as a supermodel and founder of a top cosmetics line to explain how to manage, maintain, color, and transform your hair.
The transformation of Lulu, the "Beauty Dreamwork Project" (), was organized by EverCare (), was organized by EverCare (), a Beijing cosmetic surgery in 2003 to August 14, when she started a series of short chapters that range from positive thinking, to beauty-sleeping, to lingerie shopping, Moran emphasizes the beauty cosmetic.
co43.metrousa1.com /beautycosmetic.html   (1050 words)

  
 As another Mao-era taboo collapses, new wealth buys a fresh face - MSN-Mainichi Daily News
Hao Lulu, famous in China for her drive to transform herself through plastic surgery has her buttock's implants checked by a physician before undergoing yet another operation in Beijing, China, Aug. 24, 2005.
Hao, a Beijing fashion writer and aspiring actress, became a sensation in the Chinese media -- which dubbed her the "Artificial Beauty" -- after she had 16 surgeries to redo her eyes, lips, nose, cheeks, nose, neck, breasts, upper arms, buttocks, thighs and calves.
Hao Lulu, a Beijing fashion writer and aspiring actress, became a sensation in the Chinese media -- which dubbed her the "Artificial Beauty" -- after she had 16 surgeries to redo her eyes, lips, nose, cheeks, neck, breasts, upper arms, buttocks, thighs and calves.
mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp /entertainment/japanofile/fashion/archive/news/2007/03/20070309p2g00m0et002000c.html   (1588 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | Chinese woman seeks perfect beauty
Miss Hao has said she hopes to be made into an "outstanding beauty" which will lead to a career in films.
Miss Hao, who has been dating a Chinese-American man for the past three years, said beauty was not the most important thing and that a noble character should be most highly-prized in a person.
Miss Hao says she is not really worried about the long-term effects but she will work to keep the benefit of the operations.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/world/asia-pacific/3093139.stm   (529 words)

  
 End the tyranny of skin-deep beauty
China's first "Artificial Beauty", Hao Lulu, is the typical example.
Hao's experience has also had huge impact on women infected with the same craze.
Despite the high cost as well as a certain degree of medical risks, the number of women going under the knife to improve their looks is increasing.
app1.chinadaily.com.cn /star/2004/0115/vo2-3.html   (547 words)

  
 hao lulu.html - Articles about hao lulu.html
Hao Lulu's surgical procedures will involve transforming her eyes, nose, chin,...
Wafanyakazi hao walikuwa wameyasubiria mafao hayo kwa muda mrefu hadi kuchukua...
Hao Lulu, a Beijing fashion writer and aspiring actress, became a sensation in...Woman goes under knife for 'beauty' - http://www2.chinadaily.com.cn/en/doc/2003-07/24/content_248208.htm[321]
A 24-year-old woman is to undergo six months of gruelling plastic surgery on her entire body in a bid to transform herself from an "ugly duckling" into a beauty.
Hao Lulu, an ethnic Manchu living in Beijing, went under the knife for the first time on Monday and hopes her new looks will lead to a career in films after the long surgery.
And she has not told her parents of her plans for cosmetic surgery although her Chinese-American boyfriend is fully behind her decision to go under the knife.
www.wordiq.com /article/hao+lulu.html   (316 words)

  
 Cosmetic Beauties by Zhou Erjie and Li Huizi
Hao Lulu, China's first `man-made beauty', came into the limelight in 2003 after she received 24 operations that completely changed her "undistinguished appearance".
When asked whether she was worried about the potential risks of cosmetic surgery, Lulu said, "I am still young and it's too early to think that much.
Lulu may not care about the risks involved in cosmetic surgery, but such risks do invoke worries.
www.boloji.com /wfs4/wfs451.htm   (755 words)

  
 Woman Goes Under Knife for 'Beauty'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A 24-year-old woman is to undergo six months of gruelling plastic surgery on her entire body in a bid to transform herself from an "ugly duckling" into a beauty.
Hao Lulu, an ethnic Manchu living in Beijing, went under the knife for the first time on Monday and hopes her new looks will lead to a career in films after the long surgery.
And she has not told her parents of her plans for cosmetic surgery although her Chinese-American boyfriend is fully behind her decision to go under the knife.
www.yonghegong.com /english/Life/70793.htm   (313 words)

  
 china radio international   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Quem ganha mais no caso de Hao Lulu são os comerciantes, embora não se conheça os fatores até agora escondidos pela incógnita na história de Hao Lulu.
Hao Lulu expressou seu desejo de ser atriz com uma nova cara.
Hoje em dia, Hao Lulu tornou-se uma figura bem conhecida e muitos jovens querem imitá-la. Porém não são poucos os que a criticam por dar um exemplo negativo para a juventude.
po.chinabroadcast.cn /1/2004/10/13/1@17146.htm   (596 words)

  
 Green Left - Sydney Festival '97   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Lulu by GW Pabst at Belvoir Street Theatre; The Sinking of the Rainbow Warrior by the Song Company and AustraLYSIS at Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour; and The Beatification of Area Boy by Wole Soyinka at the Seymour Centre
Although not all his choices were fully realised, there were great moments to be savoured, especially when you consider the bland standard fare that has gripped Sydney in the past year.
Adapted from Pabsts film of the same name, Gladwin sought to create a similar piece but contoured to the needs of a theatre space: There was a deliberate attempt to capture the dark ambience of the streets, misted in fog and lighted in chiaroscuro.
www.greenleft.org.au /1997/259/17851   (1118 words)

  
 Chinese Woman's Six-Month Plastic Surgery Makeover
Hao Lulu's surgical procedures will involve transforming her eyes, nose, chin, breasts, abdomen, bottom, legs and skin, the Beijing Weekend newspaper said.
An ethnic Manchu, Hao hoped to be made into an "outstanding beauty" which would lead to a career in films, China Daily said.
Hao, who has been dating a Chinese-American man for the past three years, said beauty was not the most important thing and that a noble character should be most highly prized in a person.
www.rense.com /general39/surg.htm   (400 words)

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