He Xiangning was born into a very wealthy family in Hong Kong at the end of 19th century. Living a life as a princess He Xiangning refused to follow the Chinese tradition of foot blinding set for little girls. This became the exact reason that she and Liao Zhongkai fell in love and went into marriage. He Xiangning was a voluminous painter. In addition to lion, tiger, pine, bamboo and chrysanthemum, she also painted large numbers of landscapes. Her words could well be the epitome of modern Chinese history, recording the constant Changes of events since the beginning of this century. Her lion and tiger paintings displayed the spirit of the Chinese people''s ceaseless struggle to invigorate China, and were also the vivid portrayal of her 70-year revolutionary career and noble personality. Her paintings are indeed the treasure of the Chinese paintings gallery.