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By Ellie Owen
A short story based on a Chinese family illuminating the destruction they face but hope thats within.
Short Story | Updated Jul 16, 2014 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Based on some Chinese mythology
The fictional account of the real Yellow Emperor of Ancient China, and his adventures with the Yellow Dragon. My way of explaining why the yellow dragon was so revered above all other dragons.
This will (eventually) have drawings of all my characters from The Copper Heart along with names, so stay tuned ;)
An empty-handed woman during the Ming Dynasty is somehow able to take down a band of armed men. Another thing is that the peacekeeper never seems to go without her fancy earrings..
By Nikki Evans
For twenty year old Elizabeth Ander, 1920's China was the ideal place to begin a new life after the death of her fiancÃ©. So she volunteers to become a missionary but along the way she meets a mysterious man who may change her life in ways she cannot imagine.
Novel | Updated May 1, 2014 | Reads: 224 | Comments: 43 | Likes: 93
This story is Wuxia, a genre that some of you may not be familiar with. Wuxia (meaning Martial Hero in Chinese) is a genre of stories that concern Kung Fu masters and are mostly set in Imperial China. The current story is set during the Qing Dynasty, in Emperor Qianlong's reign. The story and...
Ok, so this isn't really poetry: it's the lyrics to a song I made up. I plan to put it to music soon... But I'd like some feedback on my song lyric abilities :)
Chinese New Year,
going home, home home!
A little summary and review of "When My Name Was Keoko"
Book Review | Updated Feb 25, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 0
By Sergeant Walker
Compiled from my 1966 to 1967 Vietnam service diary.
In the winter of 1965, Canadians with the intent of volunteering to fight in Vietnam started crossing the border into the United States, and it has been estimated that in the region of 23000 men, and women, had crossed the...
I wrote this song a long time ago...and have wanted to expand it for a while as I always like it just didn't know where to go from what I had...spent some time on it today and like what I added...When I originally wrote it the song was directed towards China's politics
A recollection of spending three days in Hong Kong with a hippie.
Short Story | Updated Dec 4, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Bao is a Chinese farmer, alone since the death of his wife. His small farm is being expropriated by the government..
An incomplete list on my wishful thinking.