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Jiang Suifeng
Jiang Suifeng
Jiang Suifeng in October 2019, aged 112.
Birth: July 1907
Qing dynasty (now China)
Death: fl.7 October 2019
Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China
Age: 112 years, 68+ days
Country: ChinaCHN
Unvalidated

Jiang Suifeng [Chinese: 姜碎凤] (July 1907 – fl.7 October 2019) was a Chinese supercentenarian whose age is currently unvalidated by the Gerontology Research Group (GRG).

Biography

Early Life

Jiang Suifeng claimed to have been born in July 1907 in Qing dynasty (now China). Her father was a doctor who had skills in chinese medecine.

Jiang had a son and four daughters (including Wu Meiling [Chinese: 吴美玲], aged 66 in 2017). Her children didn't go to school and didn't learn how to speak mandarine. When she was 40, her husband died of a serious illness; at the time, her youngest daughter was 1 year old.

Later Life

In September 2014, Jiang was reported to be the fourth-oldest living person in Wenzhou, after 114-year-old Zhang Xiangmei, 109-year-old Chen Wenmei and 107-year-old Wang Xiaobang.

In 2015, Jiang was still able to cook three meals a day, and to take care of herself. However, she later accidentally fell, and was bedridden for some time.

In October 2016, Jiang was reported to be the oldest living person in Wenzhou. At the time, she was cared by her granddaughter, Huang Meiqing [Chinese: 黄梅青]. Although she doesn't like vegetables, she is fond of seafood, and used to drink white wine. She rarely take medications. It was reported that she will soon move to the new house of her grandson Wu Xianming [Chinese: 吴显明].

In May 2017, she was interviewed by journalists after her nap, and said: "More I grow older, more I look like a child, and my temperament is quite anxious."

In October 2019, she was reported to be the oldest living person in Zhejiang Province; her predecessor, Shi Xingyue, went to limbo. At the time, it was stated that one of her great-granddaughters studies in France.

Jiang was last confirmed alive in Meidi Village, Mayu Town, Rui'an County, Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China, on 7 October 2019 at the age of at least 112 years, 68 days. In 2020, she went to limbo, as Bi Nu was reported to be the oldest living person in Zhejiang.

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