A Chinese Biographical Dictionary/Chang Li-hua
86Chang Li-hua 張麗華 or Chang Kuei-fei 張貴妃. 6th cent. A.D. The favourite concubine of Ch'ên Shu-pao (q. v.), last Emperor of the Ch'ên dynasty, who called her 張嫦娥 after the Goddess of the Moon (see Ch'ang O). She was renowned for her beauty, and in particular for her long glossy hair, which shone like a mirror and was said to be seven feet in length.