1941 (age 75–76)
|Alma mater||Shih Hsin University|
|Occupation||fashion house and newspaper owner|
Shaw-Lan Wang (Chinese: 王效蘭; pinyin: Wáng Xiàolán) (born 1941) is a Taiwanese businesswoman who serves as the publisher of the United Daily News and the publishing-ceased Min Sheng Bao in Taiwan. She studied at Shih Hsin University, graduating in 1964.
She was born in Chongqing but the roots of her family are from Zhejiang. She has four younger siblings. In 1947, her father Wang Tiwu, a colonel in the army of Chiang Kai-shek, traveled to Taiwan and founded the newspaper United Daily News. Wang studied journalism in Taipei and then worked as a reporter at the United Daily News. She married an air force pilot and lived in Switzerland with her husband. She was asked by her father to return to Taiwan and run the newspaper.
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