September 17, 1987 (age 27) (
18 July 2015 (aged 27) Taipei, Taiwan
Mini Chang, Tsai Yi chen, Candy Chen
Yang Ko-han (traditional Chinese: 楊可涵; simplified Chinese: 杨可涵; pinyin: Yáng Kěhán; September 17, 1987 – July 18, 2015) was a Taiwanese actress and producer. Born Yang Jiayu (楊家瑜), she was also known by the stage names White Rabbit, Yang Hsin-chiao (楊芯喬), and Yang Ko-fan (楊可凡). She was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress Golden Bell Award in 2013. She hanged herself on July 6, 2015 and died from her injuries on July 18, 2015. Yang was posthumously nominated for another Golden Bell in 2015, this time as a Best Leading Actress.
- The Four Infamous Deputies MV OST Theme English sub Zhang Han Janine Chang Yang Yang Jia Qing
- Early life
- Selected filmography
The Four Infamous Deputies M/V OST Theme (English sub) Zhang Han, Janine Chang, Yang Yang & Jia Qing
Yang graduated from Taipei Hwa Kang Private Art School. She suffered from asthma, heart disease, stomach problems, and frequent depression and needed long-term medication.
On July 6, 2015, her boyfriend, Chang Ting-hu, found her hanging in their home. She was treated at Cathay General Hospital in Taipei, where she died on July 18, 2015. Per her last wish in a note she left, her family donated her organs. Her funeral was held on August 4 in Taipei.