Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 22.

To my dear readers,

Sigh. Translating is no easy commitment. I wonder how long I can survive in this field. (online field). I honestly don’t know…

By the way, in Canada, our spelling is a mixture of UK and US. It’s kind of funny. We use the “ize” like Americans (realize, recognize, etc). But we also use the “our” like the English (colour, favourite, etc). There are other examples too but my brain cannot think right now. Anyhow, I hope you like this chapter. It took me a very long time.

Remember, it’s never 100% accurate. I would say 90%.

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Chapter 22     Cold and Empty

Zi Yang Palace

Zi Yang Palace rested on Wu Dang’s northeast direction, while Chun Yang Palace was on the northwest direction. The two palaces were quite far apart from each other. Wu Dang was known for their balance of Yin and Yang. Therefore, even the architectures here had to be balanced. However, the ba gua diagram could not be totally balanced (since it is round).

Xuan Luo did not realize Zi Yang Palace was in such a bad shape until he had arrived. However, he had never seen Chun Yang Palace either; so it wasn’t like he had something to compare with. But this sight alone was already blinding to his eyes.

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