Faye Wong’s 13-Year-Old Daughter Lives in Luxury on Campus

With the commencement of the school season this month, pop star Faye Wong (王菲) and her ex-husband Li Yapeng (李亚鹏) arranged for their 13-year-old daughter Li Yan (李嫣) to study overseas. Currently, she is attending the famous Swiss aristocratic school, Collège Alpin International Beau Soleil, that can cost up to HK$850,000 in tuition annually. However, even those who can afford the tuition might not get admitted, since there is a capacity of 250 students.

It is no surprise that Yan’s enrollment at Beau Soleil was discovered by sharp-eyed netizens, as she’s received a lot of attention for being the daughter of Faye and Yapeng, and her cleft lip surgeries. Recently, it was revealed that the school posted a photo of Yan in her uniform, smiling and sitting on the floor with three female classmates. It was captioned, “Creativity thrives when our students work as a team.”

Students who have successfully enrolled in the school, which was founded in 1910 and is one of the oldest private boarding schools in Switzerland, are very lucky. Located in the Alps, Beau Soleil boasts of spacious dorms, innovative facilities, multiple indoor and outdoor courts, a fitness room, a swimming pool, a rock-climbing center, a band room, and a library. Moreover, this co-ed institution ensures individual attention by assigning one teacher to only four students in each classroom. Only students from ages 11 to 18 have the opportunity to study here.

Graduates of Beau Soleil tend to attend famous universities overseas, including Harvard University, Oxford University, University College London, and the University of Toronto. This year, some students were admitted to the University of Cambridge with an IB score of 43.

Source: Topick

This article is written by MelodyC for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Why not. She has all the money in the world, give her daughter the best of everything. Just need to educate her well so she won’t be wasteful growing up.

  2. it is an aristocrat school, all children are from $$$ not the slums. but that much money on just tuition is unheard of. there are schools where i am that are ivy league feeding schools, they are around the ballpark of 50000 us in tuition. sure that much money reported in the article doesn’t include room and board?

  3. So? You expect to go to normal school? That’s the point of having money. You want to give your child best in everything money can buy. Here it is education. If she is a good student, expect prestigious universities and luxury apartments. Or modeling.

    1. @funnlim

      the downside of being given the best of everything is the kid might end up being an entitled and spoiled and entitled brat. Hope her parents encourage her to do charity work in order to give back.

      1. @msxie0714

        “the downside of being given the best of everything is the kid might end up being an entitled and spoiled and entitled brat. ”

        I agree, on the other hand, I know children of rich families that aren’t spoiled and entitled that do know and understand the value of a dollar, so I think it really comes down to how they were raised. These are rare cases though.

  4. seriously. if i were as rich as faye i would also give my kids the best of everything. i’d still be okay eating street stall chicken rice or whatever though. LMAO. those things are delicious, okay.

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