C.C. Coo

The Truly Rich Lady
C.C. Coo—also known as Town&Country’s Truly Rich Lady—is not a professional seeker of leisure as many people wrongly assume, for she has a real-life occupation: a SHE-EO of Important (Sub)Company of an Empire, for which she works very hard to make sure that the people in her care are not left wanting. She believes that manners are utterly important: “If society is like one of those costume jewelry worn by Jackie O or Diana, it would be the glue that keeps the veneer of a most beautiful thing from falling apart,” she says.
 
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As someone who's done both, the Truly Rich Lady shares what it's like when there is an obvious age gap between people who are dating.
 
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"Is it better to push someone over the edge or win someone over to you? Is it more effective to scare someone into submission?"
 
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"When all of a sudden you come into great money, don’t be stupid."
 
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Quick question before the week ends: Do we really need these ultra private and very exclusive (not to mention morbidly expensive) social clubs?
 
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What to do when you see someone wearing the same dress, you bump into your ex, or the waiter spills wine on your couture (and your cleavage).
 
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There is now the court of public opinion, a dour, unwinnable arena you never want to find yourself in.
 
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Let these broad strokes be your quick-test when governing the sometimes ungovernable.
 
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Is it normal to expect that you deserve particular privileges because of your last name or your fat portfolio? 
 
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At the end of the day, the boss, whether perfect or questionable, capable or an idiot, is good to have on your side.
 
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Like the honest plants that grow in my garden, life can be a wreath of harmony if we hold hands and stick them in the dirt together.
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