Ultra Rich Asian Girl Reveals What It’s Like to Be an ‘Ultra Rich Asian Girl’

What’s it like to be an ultra-rich Asian girl living in Canada? Chelsea Jiang knows because she is one.

Jiang is one of main stars of “Ultra Rich Asian Girls,” a purportedly unscripted reality show which follows the daughters of ultra-rich Chinese families who emigrated to Canada.

Viewers get to follow the show’s stars on their luxurious and designer-filled escapades as they try to launch their careers as fashion designers and actresses.

Viewers get to follow the show’s stars on their luxurious and designer-filled escapades as they try to launch their careers as fashion designers and actresses.

Jiang, 25, is the founder of fashion line C3, and is known on the show for her blunt demeanor saying things like, “If I was beef, I’m wagyu,” – her way of saying she’s a cut above the regular by referring to the expensive fat-marbled beef commonly imported from Japan.

“I’m Chinese, grew up in Canada, UBC math degree, lived in Beijing, Hunan, and Vancouver,” Jiang told us about her background.

Jiang, a single child, was born in Ottawa and was raised in Beijing until she moved back to Ottawa at the age of 14. She eventually moved to Vancouver to attend the University of British Columbia to study math, expecting that she would end up working as an accountant.

Growing up in China, Jiang was raised through private schools and rarely saw her father, who spent most of his time working while her mother took her to ballet and piano classes. When she did see her father, he would buy her anything she wanted.

On how her family amassed their fortune and the most important lesson they ever taught her, she said: “My families are very hard working.

They earned every penny through their hard work and wisdom. They told me, ‘Always depend on yourself, nothing else.’

In an interview with Richmond News, she said: “My parents are helping me financially, but it’s me who’s making the decisions.”

In an interview with the National Post, Jiang said: “Ugly rich guys can use their wealth to get plastic surgery and become handsome. Hot and rich.”

When asked if she would ever marry someone who is considered “below” her financial class for love, she said: “Yes, I believe in love more than anything else.

On whether she thinks most people only want to meet her for her money, she said: “I don’t think of myself as rich. More fortunate maybe, so I don’t think they only want to know me for my money.”

”When asked if her persona on the series was that of a spoiled daughter who would otherwise be nothing without her parents’ money, Jiang responded:

“I never heard people say that about me, because I’m not spoiled or acting spoiled. I worked as a waitress when I was 18. Also I studied hard to graduate with a math degree. Everything I have in my life I earned it from hard work.”

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