Chengdu-born Yang Taoli will try to put aside the trauma of this week's earthquake to become only the second woman, and the first female professional, to compete on the Omega China Tour when she tees off in this week's Shanghai Championship. The 24-year-old has had a stressful build-up to the contest at the Orient (Shanghai) Golf and Country Club which starts tomorrow. 'I was calling my family all yesterday afternoon and evening, but I only got through to my father on his mobile phone at midnight,' Yang said. 'My dad told me that the whole family is now living in a tent because the house has cracks in it. It isn't safe to stay in our house right now.' Yang lives with her parents and elder sister's family in Du Jiang Yan, a small city northwest of Chengdu and close to the earthquake's epicentre. 'I left home last week to play in this tournament,' she said. 'If I had decided to fly on Monday evening, I would still have been in Chengdu when the earthquake happened.'