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The wife cries for hours on end on the Great Wall, until she joins him in the most extraordinary wa. his story belongs to the Golden Peach Chinese Culture Readers-Legends and Folktales series, which collects and retells the most treasured, timeless Chinese myths, legends, fairytales.

The wife cries for hours on end on the Great Wall, until she joins him in the most extraordinary wa. his story belongs to the Golden Peach Chinese Culture Readers-Legends and Folktales series, which collects and retells the most treasured, timeless Chinese myths, legends, fairytales and folktales that have captured hearts and imaginations for over a thousand years. The story is retold in English for general readers interested in Asian culture and literature, catered specifically to a multicultural audience

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As a child, these tales nourished my imagination and ability to love and to hate. They introduced me to fantasy lands full of characters with courage, integrity and goodness

As a child, these tales nourished my imagination and ability to love and to hate. They introduced me to fantasy lands full of characters with courage, integrity and goodness. They made me understand that tragedies are not necessarily sad, because tender hearts usually achieve happiness and satisfaction through sorrow. In a word, they have made me what I am today, a writer, whose livelihood depends on compassion and fascination.

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A young man is forced to leave his newly wedded wife to build the Great Wall for the emperor in the far North. His wife travels all the way to the building site to bring winter clothes to him, only to find him already dead. The wife cries for hours on end on the great Wall, until she joins him in the most extraordinary way...This story belongs to the Golden Peach Chinese Culture Readers-Legends and Folktales series, which collects and retells the most treasured, timeless Chinese myths, legends, fairytales and folktales that have captured hearts and imaginations for over a thousand years. The story is retold in English for general readers interested in Asian Culture and literature, catered specifically to a multicultural audience. Chinese text in the bottom of pages will be a great supplement for readers who can read Chinese or wish to learn more of the language. As the Chinese Culture Readers series is loosely preteen to teenage readers. Additionally, detailed notes on Chinese culture in the back will help enhance raders' understanding of the stories as well as of their historicial and social backgrounds, while full color illustrations highlight some important scene.
The Girl Who Cried on the Great Wall (Enchanted Tales of China) download epub
Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
Author: Teri Tao
ISBN: 1930655134
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths
Language: English
Publisher: Golden Peach Pub; first edition edition (March 20, 2008)
Pages: 48 pages