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A Chinese weather woman has caused a stir after images of her spanning over two decades have shown she's not aged. At all. Seriously, check this out:
Uncanny that, isn't it?
Yang Dan, who works for China's state broadcaster, is 44 but has quite clearly forgotten how to age as these images of her prove.
Youthful Yang has been on the TV since 1996, when she was just 22, but despite the passage of time she's barely changed and finally people have noticed.
To give it a bit of context, when Yang behind her career on screen John Major was the British PM, a mobile phone weighed about the same as a house-brick and the Spice Girls had just released 'Wannabe'.
A video of Yang, who has been called an 'ageless goddess' in recent days for quite obvious reasons, was shared on social media to mark International Women's Day yesterday.
Alongside the post the weather channel wrote: "Many web users have grown up watching her show. They marvelled why they have grown older but she hasn't.
"What's more? It appears she is younger and younger."
Shocked social media users have responded to say how little she's changed with one curious fella asking: "Did they record all the weather forecasts in one day?" It's a possibility, I guess.
Others just really want to know what skin-care products she uses or what her 'secret' is.
Personally, I think she's either a time traveller (if we've learned anything in 2018, it's that there's a lot of them about), a vampire (but I don't think they can be caught on film) or is similar to actor Keanu Reeves in the immortality stakes.
According to the Chinese government's website, Yang was born in November 1973 and, after graduating from the Beijing Broadcasting Institute in 1995, began working at China Central Television Station's weather show in 1996, where she's remained ever since.
And, judging by the fact she doesn't look to have aged a single minute since then, we can only assume it's a pretty stress-free role.
Let's check up on Yang in another 22 years and see what she's looking like then, eh?
Featured Image Credit: China Central Television Station / Weibo
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