Yang Mi's Figure Becomes the Envy of Netizens

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"If you have it, flaunt it!" definitely applies to the youthful-looking Yang Mi. No stranger to being the center of attention, the 32-year-old actress's fashion choices from red carpet looks to everyday wear are often the talk of the town. Last night, she was turning heads once more after arriving at Beijing Airport. Although she took the VIP entry, people still managed to catch a glimpse of her airport fashion which trended online. 

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Wearing a crop top blouse and low-waist jeans, Yang Mi's outfit accentuated her teeny tiny waist and well-endowed figure. Netizens were amazed at her killer proportions that seemed impossible to achieve. Have you noticed how long her legs are? It makes her seem taller than her 5'6 height. It's a good kind of thin though, not the kind where you end up being compared to a skeleton. I do wonder, where she stores all her food?

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On many occasions, the actress has been quite outspoken on the topic of weight and said that she would never allow herself to become fat. She's also been known to frequent the gym and to adhere to a strict diet. From her consistent interviews, it looks like nothing can break her resolve. As long as it's healthy, you do you girl. 

Source: Weibo






11 comments:

  1. Love all her movies she a very good actress like her very much hope.she keeps doing movies. And rock on girl .

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  2. Idk how you say it’s good healthy when i notice her and Tang Yan, Zhu Jingyi are all stick skinny. It’s not unknown either, Weibo is full of inside posts in how female celebs are in strict diets and never allow themselves to it. Nazha eats only a handful then give all the food to her staffs. Angela Baby weights only 45ks. Their bodies are their jobs sadly

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    1. To not sound so bias, it should literally be, "ALL" Chinese actress looking stick skinny.

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  3. What to be jealous with that kind of body, no body shaming etc but cmon, dont everyone know about healthy body? Sorry but even they look fine but your body needs more meat. There's why there's a standard for normal body, over weigh an also under weight... no offense, just my two cents.

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  4. For actress and models I can understand why they would need to be so skinny. Even if they are only medium size, when they are on TV and pictures, they will look bigger than their real sizes. And... netizens ain't going to be very nice.

    "Sorry but even they look fine but your body needs more meat"
    Very contradicting. If you look "fine", then you are already fine, why must your body still need more meat, the "need more meat" is just your own standard.

    "There's why there's a standard for normal body" So if anybody is underweight or overweight then their body is not normal? I'm sure everyone wants to have a healthy body and good looking body at the same time, but that's not how you define normal. It can be normal that some people are hit with unfortunate disease so they are underweight or overweight.
    We shouldn't call anybody "unnormal". And should especially not judge anyone for undereating or overeating when it's not even their own choice (not a crime) or, when it is their very own choice (still not a crime). So, stop being so judgmental.

    Being skinnier than skinny is so normal in China, I feel the way people being jealous (not the nice way) about Yang Mi skinniness is just from her usual haters. I'm sure these haters say nothing about their idols looking skinnier than Yang Mi, even if bones are showing over the skin it's not a problem to them. It's only a problem because this is Yang Mi. And Yang Mi looks pretty healthy, it's not like her bones are cracking out of her body. I don't understand the fuss. She recently got a good fashion resource, people just want to body shame her in hope that her resource will fail.

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  5. I don't care about Yang Mi as I am not a fan, but you can't just claim that you're not "body shaming" someone and then go off about how their body doesn't look healthy because they're skinnier than your standard of "skinny." I have friends and family members who are genetically skinny, and they're the people I know that eat the most. Even more than I do and I am not skinny but rather average. Just because it's not "normal" in your country does not mean that it isn't normal in someone else's country. Whether she wants to eat a little to maintain her body weight is her choice and problem. Maybe if people stop scrutinizing and judging every single celebrity in regards to their weight then maybe they wouldn't feel so insecure and this wouldn't be such a common issue or topic. I honestly think she looks fine. She just has a bigger chest, according to the pictures, so that's why she looks "skinnier".

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  6. Totally agree with all of this!

    Some people are just genetically blessed with thin bones and a slender frame. I have relatives like this, including my mom, and it's unbelievable how tiny her wrists, leg bones, etc. are but she's definitely not starving herself, that's just the way her body is built (I did not inherit that body type however!). You can tell from Yang Mi's childhood pics that she has always had extremely long and thin limbs, from a young child to a teenager, and I don't think her parents starved her either lol.

    Actually, to me she looks quite healthy and it's great that she works out at the gym to get toned. I'm sure she watches her diet extremely carefully but that's what celebrities have to do...I don't get the impression she is starving herself because she does not look malnourished with bones sticking out like I have seen in some models/actresses. She actually has a healthy bit of meat on her bones, but it doesn't look like much because her bones are so thin.

    Btw out of Asian actresses I do personally think she (along with Ady An) have the best figure by far (incredible proportions with almost impossibly long slender legs, but still curves in the right places). However even though that's my personal "ideal" body shape I know there's no point for me to even try to attain it because that would be impossible--genetically I'm just not built that way, it doesn't matter how much I work out or starve myself, I'm never going to look like that. But that doesn't mean that people who do have thin frames like theirs are "unhealthy" to be this way.

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  7. Excuse you but some are actually normal size like Yangzi and Ma Si Chun. Don't generalized.

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    1. Yang Zi and Ma Sichun are normal size? THey still too skinny imo. Normal size isnt' the same thing to everyone. To Chinese Yang Zi is fat, to some of us it's too skinny. To some people it's normal.

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  8. Agree with a lot of people here that this level of skinniness should not be glorified as an ideal. A very few percentage of people are naturally skinny, but most celebs in Asia just adopt a very unhealthy eating habit to stay skinny for the camera. Yang Mi has admitted before that she doesn't like eating food and will often only opt for like one meal a day. It's no wonder that she always has a host of health problems, like getting sick often, needing to go to the hospital for an IV drip, having a receding hairline.

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