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    She’s barely five feet tall and a hundred pounds soaking wet.
    At Nanjing University, she sacrificed two meals a day – for one great big dinner – to study.
    While she struggled with English at home, she quickly mastered the language of trash talk.
    Unlike even Sonya Thomas, she claims to have no formal training (‘if I ever start training, they going to be really scared of me!’).
    Until a local pizza-eating contest in 2006 (which she went on to win easily), she never had a clue about competitive eating.
    Prior to immigrating stateside in 1992, she was a college chemistry teacher.
    Students at Roberto Clemente Middle School, attended by her daughters, routinely ask for her autograph.
    She and her husband, also her manager, grow their own produce.
    ‘Competitive eating contests are quite popular in China, Japan, and other Asian countries. It’s not just an American thing.’
    Her eating achievements include: 34 hot dogs, 48 tamales, some 60 miniature hamburgers, 13 slices of pizza, five pounds of ribs, and some 370 (raw!) oysters.
    Thankfully, her diet is and pretty normal — mostly seafood and produce.

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