She died of respiratory and cardiac failure stemming from lung cancer in Taipei Veterans General Hospital at the age of 89 (or 90 according to East Asian age reckoning ).     Her funeral was held on 27 December 2004, with President Chen Shui-bian and Vice President Annette Lu in attendance.  Kuomintang politicians Wang Jin-pyng , Lin Cheng-chih , P. K. Chiang , and Ma Ying-jeou draped her casket with the Kuomintang party flag , and Kuomintag party elders Lee Huan , Hau Pei-tsun , Chiu Chuang-huan , and Shih Chi-yang draped her casket with the ROC national flag .   She was cremated and her ashes taken to her husband's temporary mausoleum in Touliao , Taoyuan County (now Taoyuan City). They are scheduled to be buried together in the Wuchih Mountain Military Cemetery .  As of 2006 [update] , she is survived by her daughter Amy Hsiao-Chang who had emigrated to the United States. Hsiao-Chang is the only child who could speak her native Russian with her.
The next stop is Daxi “Old Street,” where traditional crafts like woodcraft, iron mongering, stone working, and even dried bean curd making can be seen. The shops are built in Japanese “baroque” style with white-washed stone, and exquisite carvings of birds, animals, and flowers.
The last stop is a veritable shopping and recreational holiday at the Taimall Family Entertainment Shopping Center. The center features over 968,750 square feet of choices. There are counters offering designer products and a department store for the savvy shopper. It also houses a theater, an entertainment center, a sports stadium, and restaurants. With so much to do, this Taoyuan marvel is the perfect place for even all day family fun.