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Luckily, her parents were supportive, which she has said became the backbone of her confidence in her new life.However, a lack of oxygen to one of her legs during the 16-hour surgery put her whole career in jeopardy.However, Jin then felt increasingly uncomfortable in her own skin, and eventually made a decision: to have gender confirmation surgery and become a woman. “In a Western environment maybe the technology is there, but my soul is too lonely.” The news that Jin was to be the first person to openly undergo gender reassignment surgery became a national sensation in China.In 1994, Chinese doctors had almost no experience with such operations, but she still she felt a pull to make the change at home. This is no easy task in any country, in particular Chinese society where one’s marital status is a dinner table topic and family is at the core of social values.A still from ‘Chinese Dating’ shows host Jin Xing (left) introducing a female guest.Credit: Chinese Dating's Weibo account Jin Xing is the first transgender celebrity in China, and a progressive icon for many.has been slammed by critics both within and beyond China as a revival of outdated arranged marriages.
By age nine, she was admitted to a prestigious troupe and trained in traditional dance and acrobatics.
Her sharp-tongued comments often brought aspiring performers to tears, which earned her the title of Poisonous Tongue and made her an even more beloved TV personality. When she adopted her first child, Leo, now 10, her mother was there to help look after him.