The girls wind up at a beautiful garden, where they encounter a bunch of folks in traditional garb. Except for Miss J. and Twiggy, that is, who are being carried in like the empresses they are. As she and J. walk up on a stage, Twiggy says that they're going to take the girls back to celebrate a culture that has influenced fashion in so many ways. The girls started on a journey of thirteen girls and are now down to four and, coincidentally, there were four famous beauties in Chinese history. Just four? In all of China, throughout all of history? Very well, then. We see four women dressed in elaborate costumes, who act out each beauty as Twiggy and J. tell us about them. The first beauty was named Dioachan, from the third century Three Kingdoms period. She was said to have a face that would make the moon shy away behind the clouds in embarrassment. It's the same with Jenah, except the moon shies away behind the clouds in horror when it sees itself reflected in her incisors.
Then, of course, there was Xi Shi, seventh-to-sixth century BC. She was so beautiful that the fish would stop swimming and sink beneath the surface when they saw her. Fish do the same when they see Tyra, but it's because they're afraid that she'll mistake them for a rib. Then there was Xang Guifei, 719-756, Tang Dynasty, said to have a face that would make all flowers feel ashamed in comparison to her. What's with making the natural world feel like crap? Tyra needs to start a T-Zone Camp in China for all the fish, flowers, and moons whose self-esteem has taken a beating these last thousands of years. Bianca asks when this is going to be over, and interviews that this is not her kind of thing. She much prefers a good convenience-store holdup. But, she says, when in China, do like the Chinese. The final beauty is Wang Zhaojun, first century BC, said to be so beautiful that the swans would stop flying and fall to the ground when they saw her. Those bunch of busted, broken-necked swans need the Chi-Zone Camp more than anyone. Miss J. tells the girls that they'll soon learn how this all relates to them, and Jenah starts to get a little nervous.
The girls head to their latest undeserved spectacular home, where they find Tyra Mail. It reads, "There is a great wall in China, but have you checked out the great mall? Love, Tyra." Below the Tyra Mail are four red boxes, in which there is one famous beauty dress for each girl. Chantal is excited, because she got the best one. The next morning, our four...beauties...head off in the dresses to, you guessed it, the mall. They once again meet Miss J. and Twiggy, who tell them that, like the four famous Chinese beauties, they need to learn to distinguish themselves. The challenge for the day is for the girls to modernize and contemporize the outfits, and make them their own. They each get one hour and 1500 yuan (about $200), and are told to take into account the stories of the four beauties.