Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 55.

To my dear readers,

This chapter was really funny (to me). Haha. I hope you will like it as well.

This time I want to teach you how to read “Who is she?” In Chinese, the grammar is backwards. It is actually “She is who?” 她是谁?

Remember how I taught you he (他) and she (她) from before? Well, “Who is he?” is 他是谁? 是 means is. 谁 means who. You can type it by typing “ta shi shui”

Chapter 55

Since Lin Shan’s acupoint was struck, she couldn’t move. At this moment, the intruders have already came in and lit up the room.

“Take a look. Are you sure she’s dead asleep?” The old man whispered.

“No need to take a look! Anyone who has experienced my sleeping pill in gas form will collapse. Even a cow can’t handle it.” The old woman was proud and arrogant as she stared down at Lin Shan.

Sleeping pill in gas form? Lin Shan started to panic. Could this be the legendary black market? She was deep in thought. Most likely, Lian Feng heard them from the outside and wanted to bait the snake out of its cave.

Knowing that Lian Feng was watching her nearby, Lin Shan’s fear of the black market went down substantially as she continued to fake her unconsciousness.

Since Lin Shan looked like she fell into a deep slumber, the couple started to raise their voices. The old man was hesitant: “Old woman. Are you sure she’s a woman? It doesn’t seem likely. Look at the way she’s sleeping? It’s comparable to a pig. The hay is all over the place.”

You’re the pig! Your whole family are pigs! Lin Shan yelled from the inside.

“Hummpt! Don’t doubt my abilities. This old grandma can sniff out a woman. In addition, she’s a virgin. Just like the previous one. She’s perfect for our potion.” Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 55.”

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Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 54.

To my dear readers,

Firstly, I would like to thank anonymous and Tee Yining for their donations. I am grateful for any amount. Thank you for choosing to support me. ❤

Secondly, this chapter was quite good in my opinion. The author really knows how to surprise the readers. By the way, please remember that I have shortened the chapters to my own version. So if you’re reading the Chinese versions, the chapters will not be aligned. (Despite my shorten version, it’s still very long. -_-“)

Thirdly, I will continue teaching you guys Chinese since some readers appreciate it. The phrase I want to teach today is 在哪里. I means, “Where?” In Chinese, you say the object or place you want to find before the word 在哪里. So for example, *name of restaurant* 在哪里? *school* 在哪里? So don’t be surprised if you see some Chinese people asking, “Toilet, where?” Haha. It’s the backwards grammar. 😛  You can type 在哪里 by typing “zai na li”

Chapter 54

Although the old lady was odd, her home was in alright living conditions. Based upon observations, she practiced medicine. The entire house was filled with herbal medicine.

The old lady also had a partner. Her husband was a white haired old man. He was much more welcoming compared to the old woman. He insisted on pouring water for them to drink. However, Lian Feng kindly refused.

After all, this was a deserted area. They must be careful and not let their guards down. Lin Shan could understand Lian Feng.

“By the way, have you seen a seventeen to eighteen years old young lady appearing nearby?” Lian Feng didn’t forget to ask about the whereabouts of Du Ming Yue.

“A young lady?” The old man smiled and shook his head, “Why would there be a young lady in this area? Witches, pheasants, and snakes are likely to be seen though.”

“There’s no young lady, but there’s a female ghost!” The old woman coldly interrupted and gave Lin Shan a dirty look.

Wow, come on, granny! You’re so freaking old and still holding on grudges. Ugghh.

Lin Shan felt a bit helpless and didn’t say a word. She recklessly ate some dried food and started to feel sleepy. They had travelled the entire day, plus she had also gotten horsesick along the way. Hence, she was deathly tired.

Unfortunately, the old woman was stubborn and the moment she heard Lin Shan was tired, she led her to the firewood room without saying a word.

Lin Shan was annoyed. Although the house was small, it could fit a couple more people if necessary. The granny just had to make her sleep in the firewood room. What a nasty woman. She clearly wanted revenge.

“Never mess with a woman!” Lin Shan reminded herself as she followed the old lady into the room.

The firewood room was shabby, but at least it was clean. Lin Shan didn’t care anymore. She noticed a pile of hay from the corner and she stacked them together as she sat on it. She was going to wait for Lian Feng to come so they could have their sweet alone time together. But she was so exhausted that she fell asleep on top of the hay before Lian Feng arrived.

Lin Shan had no idea how long she fell asleep for. She was half asleep when she heard the door opened. She drowsily looked up, and with the help of the moonlight, she saw the familiar mask and relaxed immediately. She waited until Lian Feng sat down next to her. Then she pounced on him without holding back.

Mm…a meat pillow was definitely much more comfortable. Soft and warm! Lin Shan felt very cozy and continued to sleep. She kept rubbing against Lian Feng to find the most comfortable position. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 54.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 53.

To my dear readers,

Translating is so hard.Please support me if you can. My brain feels fried.

P.S. Do you guys still want me to teach you Chinese? Is anyone actually trying to learn?

Chapter 53

Wu Ying’s speed was astonishingly fast. He quickly zoomed by the busy city streets, as if there were no one around. Lin Shan only heard the wind whistling by her ears. The ride was extremely bumpy and to prevent herself from falling, she had to tightly wrapped her arms around Lian Feng’s waist. Shortly after, they arrived at the South city gate.

Outside the city gate were already a few men and horses waiting. The moment they noticed Lian Feng, they promptly got off their horses to greet him.

“Superior, we have already assigned the troops to their rightful spots. They are currently waiting outside of the city. This is the full map of Black Dragon Mountain. Please take a look.”

A soldier quickly came over and handed Lian Feng a map.

Lian Feng looked over the map and ordered: “This mission is critical. Our time is tight and the area is dangerous. We must proceed according to our plan. Fireworks will be used to communicate. If we do not bump into each other by noon on the third day, we will meet at the foot of the mountain on the North side. Do you understand?”

“Your subordinates understand!”

“Good. Let’s go!” Lian Feng commanded and flipped himself back on the horse as it sped out of the Capital. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 53.”

Heartache

I’ve neglected my personal posts for over a month now. I’m so sorry… I know, I’m always apologizing. However, I honestly don’t have motivation to post. I have thoughts but I don’t want to share them.

Today, though, I want to share a song that has moved my heart. I have translated some of the lyrics. It’s not exactly 100%, but it’s close enough. Please listen to the song as you read it. The song starts around 0:22

By the way, the thoughts were inspired by the song. This post is not a depressing call for help or anything. lol

At night, is there someone to help you light a lamp?
When you’re dreaming, is there someone to help you unfold your hands?
When you’re upset, is there someone to help you wipe away the tears?
When you’re down, is there someone to wrap you in an embrace? 

Could it be
You truly don’t know
How much you mean to me?

Could it be
You honestly don’t feel it? 

There’s nothing more my love needs to say
Until the end of time


Honestly, this is one of the most touching performances I have ever seen/heard. From his voice, I could hear heartache, sadness, vulnerability, and defeat. It makes me want to tear up.

I think in general, we all want to find a partner who will be there for us in times of need. Knowing you are loved is comforting. Seldom would we choose a path of loneliness.  Continue reading “Heartache”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 52.

To my dear readers,

It has almost been a week since my last release. I’m so sorry. I have been feeling quite unwell lately so I had no energy to translate. Thank you for being patient. In addition, thanks for all your sweet birthday wishes. I really appreciate all the nice comments I get. ❤

The story is gonna get more interesting soon…

Anyhow, the term I would like to teach today is 有没有. This basically means “Do you have?” However, if I were to literally translate, it would be “yes no” haha 有没有 can be typed if you type in “you mei you” in the pinyin keyboard. However, in the real world, it actually sounds more like “yo may yo” lol So whenever you’re asking for something, you can say  有没有 __________?

Chapter 52

Lin Shan was trying to break from Du Jing’s grasp when suddenly it was as if her body had been shocked by lightning.

How…how did he find out?

Just as Lin Shan’s mind was going blank, Du Jing had already reverted to his smiling face. He casually said: “Aaaii, we’ve been looking for awhile. I am feeling kind of tired. Why don’t we go for a drink at the Leaning Vermillion House? My treat.” He laughed as he dragged Lin Shan with him.

Lin Shan had never been so anxious before. Even when Du Hao found out about her identity, she wasn’t as worried. But today, facing the secretive Third Prince, Lin Shan felt a fear that she had never experienced before.

How did he find out she was female? When did he find out? Why didn’t he tell others her secret? What was his motive?? Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 52.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 51.

To my dear readers,

Firstly, I would like to thank Joanne Hee and Josephine Foong for their donations. Thank you so much for your words of encouragement. I am very thankful and grateful for your support!!

Secondly, I actually wanted to finish this chapter over the weekend but I was unable to. Sorry for the wait. 😦   It really hurts my brain to translate because Chinese and English are so different. Originally, I wanted to post another chapter tomorrow because tomorrow is my birthday. However, I don’t have enough brain power to do so. If you would like to give me a bday gift, please write a review or give me a good rating on Novel Updates *if you enjoy the story. It would mean a lot to me. ❤

Lastly, I’m going to teach you guys the word “no” or “don’t” 不 (depends on context). In Mandarin, we say “bu” if we want to say don’t. So, “wo bu yao” = I don’t want to. 我不要
You can find this word by typing “bu” in the pinyin keyboard. 不 不 不 不 不.

Chapter 51

Just like that, locating the Princess became the job of Lin Shan, Lian Feng, and Du Hao’s. Lin Shan was very surprised by the outcome. When she left the Study, she felt relieved, but she was also anxious at the same time. Firstly, the Emperor only gave her ten days to find Du Ming Yue. Secondly, the two men that were supposed to help her just got into a fight prior to this. Could they really get along?

As expected, when Du Hao left the Study, he totally ignored Lian Feng and spoke exclusively to Lin Shan: “Don’t worry. I’ll make sure to help you find her.” His voice was filled with confidence.

Lin Shan couldn’t understand Du Hao’s drastic change. Not only did he say good words for her in front of the Emperor, now he was voluntarily helping her. She didn’t know what type of attitude she should have towards him. After pondering for awhile, she muttered, “Thanks.”

“I don’t need you to thank me.” Du Hao stared at Lin Shan. Then, he swept a look at Lian Feng and stated: “I only want you to remember what I have done for you.” Immediately after, he left without turning back.

Lin Shan honestly couldn’t understand what was going through Du Hao’s mind. At that moment, Lian Feng walked up to her and said: “I’m going to plan out our route for tomorrow.”

After not seeing Lian Feng for such a long time, Lin Shan had a lot she wanted to say to him. However, since the situation was critical, she had no choice but to put her emotions aside. Instead, she asked: “What about me? What can I help with?”

“You?” Lian Feng looked at her and saw that her focus was scattered and lost. Clearly, she had gone through too many surprises in one day. He couldn’t help but reach out to push aside a strand of hair as he gently soothed: “Go and sleep. When the Sun rises, we will be busy.”

Lian Feng’s touch was warm and it had an unusually ability to calm her heart down. Lin Shan gazed up at the sky and sighed: Du Ming Yue oh Du Ming Yue. When you were here, everyone felt alive while you were gone. Now that you’re missing, we’re all goners unless you’re alive. You’re truly something! Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 51.”

Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 50.

To my dear readers,

Firstly, I would like to thank Loreal Anderson and Mukurua for their donations! Translating is so hard that ANY AMOUNT makes me feel very appreciated. It takes a lot of brain power and determination to keep translating. Thank you so much!

Secondly, this chapter was very interesting but awkward to translate. In Chinese, the Emperor actually always refer himself as the Emperor. But it sounds so stupid that I changed it a bit. They are always speaking in 3rd person…

Lastly, the word I’m teaching today is the word 去 go. Type “qu” in the pinyin keyboard. 去 is a very important word. 我要去 = I need/want to go 你要去 = You need/want to go 他要去 = He needs/wants to go 她要去 = She needs/wants to go (I need you guys to constantly review in order to retain the word in your mind)

Chapter 50

“Lian Superior, are you planning to go against me?” Du Hao threatened.

“Your Highness, you leave me with no choice.” Lian Feng replied. He dodged a hit, and raised his sabre; the moonlight that was reflecting off his blade scattered.

Du Hao smirked: “Good timing. I’ve heard many great things about Lian Superior’s abilities. Show me what you’ve got.”  Right after, Du Hao charged at Lian Feng. Lian Feng blocked the attack, and once again the two of them started to fight.

Lin Shan didn’t expect the two of them to actually battle.  Du Hao’s sword play was bold and powerful. He was closing in. On the other hand, Lian Feng was lenient with his attacks. Thus, Lin Shan was very worried.

Lin Shan was angry because it was obvious that Lian Feng wasn’t giving his best efforts. Yet, she was also concerned that he would be harmed.

After witnessing Du Hao’s very close attempt of striking Lian Feng, Lin Shan couldn’t stand it any longer. She yelled from the bottom of her lungs: “Stop fighting!”

However, since her throat was injured, her voice honestly made no impact. Lin Shan panicked and without thinking, she lifted up her sleeves and stormed over. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 50.”