Hot tips on how to keep cool and chic
her parents and two sisters, Nini, 21, and Didi, 13. She picked up the cello at age 5 and made up her mind to become a cellist at 8. But her parents didn’t think their daughter would take up the cello as a career until she won some awards in music competitions on the island.
In 2013, she went to the United States to study at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where she was taught by renowned cellists Peter Wiley and Carter Brey.
Willowy, long black hair, and big-eyed, Ou-yang is also an actress, starring in the 2014 romantic comedy Beijing Love Story, and recently in the campus romance All About Secrets.
No matter how much I pine for summer, the super-hot weather sneaks up on me. Are the pits shaved? Are the legs smooth? Are the toes pedied? Does this sundress still fit? So to ensure we have a more aesthetically pleasing summer, I’ve culled together a few fashion tips. Some may seem obvious, but based on what I’ve seen around town this week, they clearly bear repeating.
I want to show them (young audiences) that classical music can be fun.” Ou-yang Nana, 17, cellist and actress from Taiwan
Often we make the mistake that shorter pieces will keep us cooler. This is not the case. They don’t blow with the light summer breeze. And after intense perspiration, a tight shirt or a Bodycon mini clings to us in ways that aren’t very attractive. Instead, opt for the breathable A-line, the anklegrazing maxi, a pair of widelegged trousers. You won’t have to keep adjusting your clothing and you will feel cooler.
Lighter colors — tan, ivory, white, pastels — reflect the sunlight and that will keep you cool. Darker hues like navy and black absorb the sun and will keep you sweating. Also, don’t forget your sunglasses. They will protect your eyes from harmful UV rays.