Zui Wu Dao. Part 2 -Chapter 1.

To my dear readers,

Sorry I’m a day late at posting. I haven’t been feeling well, so I didn’t end up meeting my deadline yesterday. I think I can only handle 2 chapters a week. I was thinking of increasing it to 3, but it takes me much too long to do it. A sentence that may take you 5 seconds to read can take me 5 minutes to translate. V__V

Anyhow, this is just the beginning. I am 50 chapters ahead and the story gets really good. It feels like I am reading a television show. Haha. Hope you guys like it.

Here is the Chinese version of this chapter.

And this is my promoted post. THE SECRET . Please read ❤

Chapter 1                   The rescue

Qian Deng Zhen was surrounded by mountains. As a result, the villagers did not care much about what was going on outside of their town. Some would go as far and say that they were a separate land of joy and happiness.

However, it was still possible to leave Qian Deng Zhen and go to different major cities. Thus, Xuan Luo decided to go to the nearest major city, Du Cheng.  He wanted to find out more information from there. Although Master Li told him a lot, it was far from enough. Ever since Master Li was injured, he pretty much stayed in Qian Deng Zhen. Things change all the time, and sometimes things change all of a sudden.

Along their way, Xuan Luo and Bai Tian admired the scenery and enjoyed the soft blow of the wind.

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Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 5

To my dear readers,

My post is a bit late today, but I hope you like it nonetheless. I didn’t have time to translate until late last night because I was working on some online courses. Anyhow, I’m extremely sadden by what has happened in Paris. I hope none of you are affected by the tragedies. It is so sad.

Here is my promoted post: ATTENTION <– It’s interesting! Please read! Haha.

Here is the Chinese version of Chapter 5.

Chapter 5                   Decision

After staying with Master Li for most of the morning, Xuan Luo had a much deeper understanding of jiang hu‘s different Clans and the power that they hold. But he hasn’t made up his mind yet. Although he made a promise to Master Li, it doesn’t mean he had to make his decision so soon.

Master Li did not say anything else for the rest of the day, which caused Xuan Luo to feel a little uneasy.  Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 5”

Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 4

To my dear readers,

Chapter 4 took me almost 6 hours to translate. -____-. It was extremely difficult because of all these new terms. I will be updating the glossary from the table of contents section as well. So, if you are confused, please go take a look. This translation is probably 90% accurate. Sorry if the sentence structure/grammar is weird, I tried my best.

Here is my promoted post: PERSPECTIVE Please read! It’s short, but meaningful.

http://www.17k.com/chapter/452819/10702384.html <– Chinese version of this chapter

Chapter 4                   The Six Big Clans

When Xuan Luo arrived at the Martial Arts building, he saw Master Li practicing a set of fist technique in the main hall. Hence, Xuan Luo did not disturb him. He found a spot to sit close by while he waited for Master Li to complete his set.

Under normal circumstances, one should never disturb a martial artist while he was in practice. If a martial artist’s qi is disturbed while practicing xin fa, he could lose control of his body and turn crazy. Although Master Li wasn’t practicing xin fa at the moment, it was still better to take caution.

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Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 2

To my dear readers,

I have translated Chapter 2 for you guys! I am trying to minimize the 3rd person usage. They keep doing that in the book, but it sounds ridiculous in English. I hope it flows better now. This chapter took me a very long time to translate, but I think the fight scene is worth it! I hope you guys like it.

This is the Chinese version

Please check out my post on BUILDING CONFIDENCE. I believe having some self-confidence is very important! I want you guys to feel good about yourselves (I will promote one of my posts each time I upload a chapter, haha)

Feel free to comment!

Chapter 2       Anger

The early morning sky had already began to turn pale. Xuan Luo had remained on the roof the entire night. When he got up, he realized his clothes were covered in dew. Smiling, he directly jumped off the roof, landing steadily on the ground.

There was no one in the room. Judging from the time, he knew that Guan Shan Jue must have gone to the restaurant. The year he was eight, he fainted outside his house. Guan Shan Jue, showing kindness, took care of him for a few days until he woke up.

But when he woke up, it was as if he lost all his memory. He could only recall his name, nothing else. Guan Shan Jue was speechless. Since he had no child of his own, he decided to raise him as his child. It had been five years since he became his stepfather.   Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 2”

Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 1

To my dear readers,

I am going to be translating a Chinese internet novel called Zui Wu Dao due to demand. I will be posting a translated chapter twice a week. This is just for leisure and for me to practice my Chinese/English skills. The original content can be found here

The author posted his book on multiple Chinese sites because he wants more viewership. The book is free to read online for anyone who is interested in Wuxia novels. By translating, perhaps both of us can also get more exposure. Anyhow, this will not affect my weekly Monday post. Feel free to read and give me suggestions.

P.S. It takes me about three to six hours to translate a chapter because my Chinese is not that great (I suck T___T). Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy.

By the way, the story doesn’t start getting better until after you finish reading the first 10 chapters. So keep reading, or you will be disappointed!!! 

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