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.
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.”