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Tales, Myths, Legends, Stories

From Pangu Makes the World to Nuwa (Goddess of Sky-patching) Creates the Human Being, from the Legend of the White Snake to the Romance of the Butterflies, from Tears That Crumbled the Great Wall to The Cowherd and the Girl Weaver...Absolutely, these old oriental myths, legends, folk tales and romantic stories will fascinate you since they have been going round in China for centuries. In this page you will learn about many Chinese facts about the nonmaterial cultural legacies.
  • Iron Mortar

    During the Song period there was a native of Donghai named Xu, whose wife died after bearing him a son named Iron Mortar. Then he married a daughter of the Chen family, but she was a cruel woman who determined to kill her stepson.

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  • Immortal Showing the Way

    The wonderful scenery of Huangshan Mountain has attracted many visitors. Among them were said to be immortals, like the Yellow Emperor, the Dragon King and even the Eight Immortals.

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  • Food Handed out in Contempt

    Once, State Qi met with a serious starvation. A rich man named Qian Ao prepared some food and soup for the famine victims by the roadside, waiting them to come and eat.

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  • Could there be a Snake that Bite in the Twelfth Lunar Month

    In the Sui Dynasty (581-618A.D.) there was a person who was smart, but often stuttered when speaking. Whenever Yang Su became idle or bored, he would summon him and chat with him. Once at the end of the year, having nothing better to ....

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  • Chinese Legends and Stories

    From Pangu Makes the World to Nuwa (Goddess of Sky-patching) Creates the Human Being, from the Legend of the White Snake to the Romance of the Butterflies, from Tears That Crumbled the Great Wall to The Cowherd and the Girl Weaver....

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  • Chen Yuan Fang

    Chen Zhonggong, a country magistrate in the last years of the Han Dynasty (206B.C.- 220A.D.), once made an appointment, with a friend to set off together on a trip at noon. But the friend did not come on time. So Chen started off alone.

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  • An Arrow that Pierced through Three Hills

    In the Han's court, an aged high official lay prostrate before the emperor and submitted a memorial to the throne. "I have received a report from the border, our Majesty," he said, "the situation is critical there.

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