Chiang Hsiao-chang (Chinese: 蔣孝章; pinyin: Jiǎng xiào zhāng; 1938 –) is the only daughter of Chiang Ching-kuo, the President of the Republic of China in Taiwan from 1978 to 1988. Her mother is Faina Ipatyevna Vakhreva, also known as Chiang Fang-liang. She had one older brother, Hsiao-wen, and two younger brothers, Hsiao-wu and Hsiao-yung. She is the only living member of Chiang Ching-kuo's legitimate children, and was the only one among the siblings who could converse in Russian with their mother. She also has twin half-brothers, Winston Chang and John Chiang, with whom she shares the same father. She attended Mills College and was featured in LIFE during her college years. She was married to Yu Yang-ho (俞揚和; Yú yáng hé) until his death in 2010; he was the son of former Taiwan defense minister Yu Tai-wei (俞大維; Yú dà wéi). She and Yu have one son, Theodore Yu Tsu-sheng (俞祖聲; Yú zǔ shēng).