Xiu Zelan

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Xiu Zelan(修澤蘭; 1925 – February 27, 2016), Taiwanese Architect, Ancestral home is in Yuanling Hunan. During World War II she attended Architecture Department of National Central University in Chongqing (Now Southeast University School of Architecture). In 1949 she entered the Taiwan Rail Bureau. She Took charge of the Department of General Logistics and Engineering as an assistant engineer. In 1965 she took charge of Yangmingshan's Chung-Shan Building as Designer[1] and consequently achieved a Taiwanese Architecture prize of Taiwan's first female architect.

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