Yang Yuying, one of China's most popular singers in the 1990s, is still quite the stunner at the age of 41.According to her biography on wiki.china.org.cn, Yuying was born on May 11, 1971, in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, and began performing on stage at the tender age of 6. In 1985 she won a prize in a national singing contest hosted by CCTV. In 1991, she signed her first contract with Guangzhou New Era Audio & Video Co., becoming one of the first signed singers in Chinese mainland since 1978. Her first disc album was released in the same year. Yang holds the record of disc album sales on the Chinese mainland.Yang withdrew from the music circles in 2000. She began traveling to many countries and studied in Canada. Recent media reports suggest that she will make a comeback in the near future after taking her 11-year break from the stage. In mid-January, she appeared in the rehearsal of the Spring Festival gala at the Shenzhen TV station.Yang was named the "Queen of Sweet Songs" in China's mainland for her delicate and youthful voice. Her most well-known works include "Let Me Tell You Softly," "Bless for Love," "Dream Flowers," "I Don't Want to Say," "Wait for You for Ten Thousand Years" and "Because of You.""Singing has changed my life. Working in the music circles for so many, years makes me understand that life is colorful," Yang said. "And it is important to keep a calm and peaceful mood."Check out the gallery for Yuying and other female celebs who have aged well.