Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 56.

To my dear readers,

Firstly, I would like to thank Pauline Ngo for her donation! Donations really motivates me to work harder. (When people give me money, I feel like I have to hurry up and not let them down)

In addition, I plan to finish this novel before the year ends. This means that I have to translate roughly 11-12 chapters per month from now on. My version has 89 chapters. I must discipline myself to hit my goal! (Feel free to support me)

And lastly, I am going to stop the Chinese lessons for now because I am stressed. Maybe I will resume in November. Sorry. If you really want to learn very badly, message me the word or phrase and I will personally respond back to you.

Chapter 56

“It was obvious. Firstly, the knife the old man had was not sharp enough. Even if he wanted to, it wouldn’t be able to cut through a major artery. Therefore, he clearly didn’t plan to end your life. Secondly, they had dried meat hanging from above. Those two elders would not be able to bite through it. They have no teeth.

In addition, they have children’s shoes inside their house; so I have no doubt that there are children living with them. Based on my observations, I could tell they weren’t lying.”

After Lian Feng explained himself, Lin Shan couldn’t help but felt a great sense of pride in her man. While she was slow and senseless, Lian Feng had already noticed so many clues on his own. Could he be the legendary “skillful king”*? He was too adorable! At that moment, Lin Shan felt like she was floating.

Now that they have an idea of where to go, they could ignore a lot of other paths and focus on their targetted direction. In order to maximize their efforts of finding the Princess, Lian Feng decided to disband his group. He wanted his subordinates to contact others around the black forest to form small teams as they all head towards the same direction. As for him and Lin Shan, they will be the first to go in for the search with the help of Wu Ying.

Based on the old couple’s descriptions, Du Ming Yue left two to three days ago. However, since the terrain of the black forest was unusual and it was filled with numerous plants, Du Ming Yue most likely wouldn’t be too far off.

As expected, Lian Feng and Lin Shan found some clues after searching for a day. One of the clues was a torn piece of yellow fabric. The material obviously came from the Palace. Lin Shan was positive that Du Ming Yue was nearby.

But by the third day, they had less than a day remaining from the ten days they were initially given. If they could not find Du Ming Yue by noon tomorrow, they will have to retreat from the forest and report back to the Palace. Time was getting tight, and the hope that Lin Shan had was diminishing. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 56.”


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 19.

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I would like to thank Joanne Hee, AmeryEdge, and Mai Xiong for their donations. A few dollars here and there honestly make a huge difference. I am so touched by your contributions. 😥  Thank you!! I hope you guys enjoy this chapter. ❤

Chapter 19

Lin Shan found Lian Feng in the stable. He was examining the precious horses that the Western Regions had offered as a tribute. Soon, the Palace will be holding an equestrian archery competition.

From a distance, he could see an angry person storming towards him. Lian Feng was startled and tried to avoid eye contact; he was about to leave.

Oh young man!? You’re deliberately trying to avoid me, eh?! Lin Shan quickly dashed towards Lian Feng and grabbed hold of his arm: “You can’t leave! I have things to ask you!”

Lian Feng didn’t expect Lin Shan to be so forceful. Hence, he had no choice but to remain still. He turned around calmly and asked: “Does Prince Consort require your servant’s help? And could Prince Consort let go of this servant before he speaks?”

“You think I’m going to let go just because you say so? The moment I let you go, you will slip away! Don’t think I can’t tell you’re avoiding me!” No matter what, Lin Shan wasn’t going to let go. She was nearly leaning against him now.

Lian Feng felt a bit helpless. He thought he was doing a great job at concealing his intention, yet Lin Shan was able to see right through him. He admits, he was avoiding Song Luo. But there was a reason…. he looked down at the person who wouldn’t let go of his arm. Although the way Song Luo carried himself was always informal and ridiculous, it couldn’t hide the spirited elegant energy of his. Each time Lian Feng sees him, his heart becomes unstable. He doesn’t dare to go near him. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 19.”

Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 37.

To my dear readers,

Sorry guys. I don’t think I can do three chapters a week. I’m just going to stick with two unless for some miraculous reason, I suddenly have the motivation to push myself harder. I get burnt out really easily and I’m also busy, tired and sick. Nonetheless, I hope you like this chapter. I would have posted it last night but I wasn’t feeling well and I couldn’t finish translating it until now. Some parts are a bit awkward.

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Chinese version of this chapter.

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Chapter 37     Brothers

Xuan Luo was honestly too worried about Bai Tian, he couldn’t eat mindfully. There weren’t much rice left though, so he quickly finished it and dragged Hu Zi to find Bai Tian.

“Da ge, thank you so much.” Hu Zi took him to where the old man lived and Xuan Luo was extremely thankful. His feet weren’t steady, but he ran straight into the straw room* The straw room wasn’t big, and Xuan Luo immediately saw a person lying there. Xuan Luo’s heart tingled as he rushed over; unintentionally, tears started rolling down from the corner of his eyes.

“Bai Tian, are you alright?” cried Xuan Luo as he noticed all of Bai Tian’s scars. But Bai Tian could not hear him. Bai Tian had fallen into a coma; he looked as if he died in his sleep.

“Ugh! What are you doing, young lad?” The old man came out. Seeing Xuan Luo kneeled down next to the patient’s bedside, he was frustrated. “You better not cause more damage on top of his current damage!”

Xuan Luo snapped back into reality and looked at the old man. He begged, “Doctor, please save him…” Seeing Xuan Luo’s sincere expression, the old man sadly shook his head, “It’s all on him now.” Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 37.”

Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 24.

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Thank you to Maria Lester for your donation!! This is the 2nd time I have received a donation. I am so grateful for your support. It really means a lot to me. ❤   Honestly, it takes me so many hours to translate…sometimes, I really ask myself if it’s worth it. But whenever I get donations, my heart lights up. 🙂

Anyhow, I am actually quite pleased with my translation for this chapter. Hopefully the grammar is okay. I do read it over a few times but it might still have some mistakes. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy!

This is the Chinese version

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Chapter 24     Tang Chen

The “Zhen fa for three” combined the Heaven, the Earth, and the Man. During the zhen fa, it required the Martial artists to be extremely compatible with one another; that was the only way if the goal was to attack and defend. However, once someone could see through the zhen fa, it will be destroyed automatically.

There were many zhen fa in jiang hu. The “Zhen fa for three” was one of the most basics of its kind, although it did have certain requirements. Since Zi Yang Palace focused on style, “Zhen fa for three” was the best zhen fa because it could substantially increase the power of the attack. The movements of the Heaven, Earth, and the Man constantly changes; which made it difficult for people to see and break through.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 24.”

Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 21.

To my dear readers,

I struggled so much with this chapter. In fact, I couldn’t translate all the sentences. It wasn’t that there were many new terms, I just don’t know how to translate it from Chinese to English.

Ex. 因祸得福 means something bad was supposed to happen, but instead you gained something out of it. But how the heck do I put that within a sentence? There are so many meaningful phrases but they appear in the middle of a sentence, which makes it nearly impossible for me to translate it correctly. *sigh*

It is so hard and frustrating. And by the way, it turns out that I make $0.00105 for every impression I get from ads. That means, if you views my page 10 times, assuming you don’t have adblock, I would get a penny. A PENNY. How sad is that? They don’t even make pennies in Canada anymore (because it cost more than a penny to make a penny, haha).

Life of a poor translator. *sigh* (yeah, I’m in a bad mood. And this chapter is not that interesting either)

Anyhow, here is this chapter in Chinese.

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Chapter 21     Chun Yang Palace and Zi Yang Palace

“What is it?” Xuan Luo halted. During the past two years, aside from when Tian Yu Zi was coaching him, Tian Yu Zi usually had a mischievous smile on his face. Therefore, whenever Tian Yu Zi became serious, he really paid attention. Even if he had questions, he will wait until Tian Yu Zi was finished.

“Do you recall when you first arrived, I told you that Wu Dang has been separated into two different groups? This is what I want to talk about.” Tian Yu Zi continued, “The two groups are Chun Yang Palace and Zi Yang Palace; Chun Yang Palace focuses nei li, while using style to assist. Whereas Zi Yang Palace focuses on style, while using nei li to assist. Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Vol 2 -Chapter 21.”

Zui Wu Dao. Part 2 -Chapter 1.

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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.

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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.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Part 2 -Chapter 1.”

Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 6

To my dear readers,

This is the end of Part 1! It gets a lot more exciting after this chapter because he’s actually going somewhere now. (Lots of action to look forward to! 😛 ) Sorry for the slow translation. I know it might not seem like it, but I’m actually trying to be faster. Haha.

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And if you want, this is the Chinese version of Chapter 6.

Chapter 6                   Departure

Martial Arts building

It was late in the evening. Xuan Luo went to the Martial Arts’ building on his own. He had promised Master Li that before he left, he would come here. Master Li had something to say to him.

“Li ye ye, are you here?” Inside the main hall, he didn’t see anyone. Although the building wasn’t considered big, a dozen or so disciples could practice at the same time.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 6”

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.

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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.

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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.

Continue reading “Zui Wu Dao. Part 1 -Chapter 4”