Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 29.

To my dear readers,

Sorry I’m so slow. It’s around 6:10pm on Saturday for me right now. I hope you guys aren’t constantly refreshing my page. Aahahaha… anyhow, I hope you like this chapter. I wanted to finish it earlier today but I couldn’t.

As for my translations being stolen, I use the free wordpress site so I do not have protection. I already paid to have my own domain ( instead of, and I don’t want to pay more money for my website since I barely make any money. So, I’m just going to leave it. My brother says if someone wants to copy and paste, they will figure out a way, one way or another (print screen, write some script, etc). I know you guys are quite loyal, so I’m not going to complain lol.

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Chapter 29

When Lin Shan and Du Ming Yue had arrived at the Eastern Palace, Du Hao had already prepared a banquet. Lin Shan had always been told that the Crown Prince was frugal; therefore, she was extremely surprised by what she saw.

Tonight, it truly represented a life of luxury. The atmosphere was very intoxicating. A group of revealing dancers were dancing in the middle of the hall. They were captivating.

Not only that, at the end of the hall, in the middle, sat Du Hao. Tonight, he wore a black embroidered golden dragon gown and his long hair wasn’t bind up to the greatest extent. There were a few loose strands, which somewhat softened his arrogant complexion. His eyes were circulating around the room, and the whole place was dripping in brilliance.

Lin Shan had already had quite a number of encounters with Du Hao, but she had never seen him like this. Right now, she had no idea what he was thinking.

At this moment, a beautiful woman came out and curtsey at Du Hao.

Du Hao waved his hand, indicating she could proceed. The woman bowed down her head and went over to Du Hao’s side. She helped him fill his wine cup and delivered it to him. Every movement was very flirtatious and charming. The dancers were all overshadowed by her. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 29.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 28.

To my dear readers,

I would like to thank Jonathan Osborne, Elita D’cunha-Noronha, and Evgeniya Li for their donations!!!! Every dollar counts and I am grateful for any amount. Thank you!!

I probably won’t be able to finish Chapter 29 until Saturday. I can’t translate daily because it takes too much brain power and I need to rest.

P.S. Guys, do you know how to stop people from copy and pasting on a website? My translations are being stolen but I can’t tell you guys the name of the site because it will give them more publicity.  😦   (They copy and paste my work but skips the introduction and my promoted post lolllll)

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Chapter 28

Ever since the treasure hunt contest, Lin Shan’s popularity had skyrocketed. Many nobles and high ranked officials wanted to get on her good side. This was comforting to her since her spirit had been damaged from the Heaven stone.

“Prince Consort, a few days ago, Imperial Uncle Liu sent a jade Buddha and the Sixth Prince sent a golden Buddha hand. The sale resulted in a thousand silver taels. These are in banknotes. You can count it.” Xiao Lu handed Lin Shan a pile of banknotes.

Lin Shan took the banknotes and her eyes shone. She recounted the amount a couple of times before putting the banknotes inside the embroidered box where she kept all her secret money.

Xiao Lu watched from the side and couldn’t help but blurted: “Prince Consort. Please do not mind your servant. But in the Palace, we never have to worry about food or clothes. Why do you need to have so much money?”

Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 28.”


I have been neglecting my personal blog posts so badly lately… I’m so sorry to my old readers. (I have some readers who only read my personal posts, no translations). If you have been following me since 2014, you will have noticed that I have gone through many phases..

I used to write about a certain topic (Ex. Social Anxiety, Communication, Attention, etc). I would also share random stories once in awhile (Ex. The Glass, The Tiny Frog, etc).

Then, I wrote a bunch of posts on motivation.

Eventually, I moved onto posting some of my personal views on topics such as the Education System, Gay Marriage, and etc.

After that, there were two months where I consistently wrote a bunch of relationship posts (Those were very popular but generated a lot of controversy from my friends and readers).

Now, my posts are more like diary entries.


Last week, my friend Angela got married! Angela and I have known each other since our Undergraduate years. It’s crazy how time flies.

wedding 1

It was a lovely wedding. I love western venues. Personally, I find them much more organized and enjoyable. Although I’m Chinese, I dislike Chinese weddings very much because they never start on time. In fact, the invitation may say 6 or 6:30, but they usually don’t start until after 8 or 8:30.

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Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 27.

To my dear readers,

This chapter was so FREAKING LONG. It took me so long. I feel like it’s almost the size of 2 chapters. I hope you guys enjoy. -_-” This chapter was hard to translate..although you might not be able to tell since I try to make it as simple and easy to read as possible. *sigh* Sorry for making you guys wait so long. I know it must be tough. It is hard for me too. Haha.

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Chapter 27

Lin Shan’s heart was hanging by a thread as she listened to the Imperial edict. Unexpectedly, it was entirely about something else.

It turned out that she was being rewarded for saving the Crown Prince; as well, she was also announced as the first place winner for the Imperial treasure hunt contest! The Emperor was bestowing her a grand prize.

Lin Shan was dumbfounded. She could understand if she was being rewarded for saving the Crown Prince; after all, she did suck his venom out. But how the heck did she get rewarded as the first place winner? She didn’t even know where the night pearls were!!?

She was filled with doubt as she accepted the Imperial edict. She used this opportunity to try to get some information from the experienced eunuch who was congratulating her.

“Sun eunuch, I have some things I am unsure about. Could I ask for your knowledge?”

Sun eunuch had been in the Palace for many years. Whoever that was popular, he would definitely treat courteously: “Your servant is not talented. How could I offer you knowledge? Prince Consort, if you have any questions, feel free to ask, I will do my best to tell you everything I know.”

Lin Shan went straight to the point: “No need to be so courteous. I just want to find out which kind person helped me hand in the night pearls to the Emperor while I was unconscious. After I am well, I would like to thank him or her.”

Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 27.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 26.

To my dear readers,

Long time no see! Sorry for the wait. I have been very unwell. Sigh. Hopefully I will be able to stick with my three chapters this week. However, if I do not, please understand.

Personally, I want to hurry as well because I don’t want to take so long to finish the novel. As the novel continues, it gets very physical and romantic 😉   *stay tuned*

P.S. I recently broke 300000 views! But I’m still waiting for WordPress to pay me my ad revenue (They only pay me if I hit $100). I am at $95 right now (it has been 7 months). Therefore, if you can, please donate to me! A dollar or two can make a huge difference! Anything is better than nothing. ❤

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Chapter 26

After Lin Shan fainted, her fever wouldn’t go away. She was unconscious for the entire day and night before she came back from the Hell’s entrance*. When she woke up, she realized she was back in the Kingdom Minister (her father)’s residence. Her mother Su Huan and Xiao Lu were by her bedside. Su Huan’s eyes were scarlet from all the crying. Xiao Lu’s eyes were also red and puffy like a gold fish.

Lin Shan tried to move but felt like all her bones had been taken apart and reconnected back onto her body. Su Huan immediately stopped her: “Luo Er, don’t move. You just woke up. Your body is covered in injuries! You can’t move!”

Lin Shan didn’t protest and obediently nodded her head as she lied back in bed. Suddenly, she felt like everything was unreal.

What happened? Her head hurt and at the moment, she couldn’t recall the incident that had led her to this current state. As she lied in bed, she was dazed.

Hearing that his daughter had woken up, the Song Xian who had just finished his imperial duties came rushing in, along with Song Lin Feng (her brother).

Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 26.”