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Princess of CHINA

 
Sloane

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The legend of Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai is set in the Eastern Jin Dynasty.

Zhu Yingtai is a beautiful and intelligent young woman, the ninth child and only daughter of the wealthy Zhu family of Shangyu, Zhejiang. Although traditions of that era discourage females from going to school, Zhu manages to convince her father to allow her to attend classes in disguise as a young man. During her journey to Hangzhou, she meets Liang Shanbo, a scholar from Kuaiji (present-day Shaoxing). They chat and feel a strong affinity for each other at their first meeting. Hence, they gather some soil as incense and take an oath of fraternity in the pavilion of a thatched bridge.

They study together for the next three years in school and Zhu gradually falls in love with Liang. Although Liang equals Zhu in their studies, he is still a bookworm and fails to notice the feminine characteristics exhibited by his classmate.

One day, Zhu receives a letter from her father, asking her to return home as soon as possible. Zhu has no choice but to pack her belongings immediately and bid Liang farewell. However, in her heart, she has already confessed her love for Liang and is determined to be with him for all eternity. Before her departure, she reveals her true identity to the headmaster's wife and requests her to hand over a jade pendant to Liang as a betrothal gift.

Liang accompanies his "sworn brother" for 18 miles to see her off. During the journey, Zhu hints to Liang that she is actually a woman. For example, she compares them to a pair of mandarin ducks (a symbol of lovers in Chinese culture), but Liang does not catch her hints and does not even have the slightest suspicion that his companion is a woman in disguise. Zhu finally comes up with an idea and tells Liang that she will act as a matchmaker for him and his "sister". Before they part, Zhu reminds Liang to visit her residence later so he can propose to marry her "sister." Liang and Zhu reluctantly part ways at the Changting pavilion.

Months later, when Liang visits Zhu, he discovers that she is actually a woman. They are devoted to and passionate about each other and they make a vow of "till death do us part". The joy of their reunion is short-lived as Zhu's parents have already arranged for her to marry a man from a rich family called Ma Wencai. Liang is heartbroken when he hears the news and his health gradually deteriorates until he becomes critically ill. He dies in office later as a county magistrate.

On the day of Ma and Zhu's marriage, mysterious whirlwinds prevent the wedding procession from escorting the bride beyond Liang's grave, which lies along the journey. Zhu leaves the procession to pay her respects to Liang. She descends in bitter despair and begs for the grave to open up. Suddenly, the grave opens with a clap of thunder. Without further hesitation, Zhu throws herself into the grave to join Liang. Their spirits turn into a pair of beautiful butterflies and emerge from the grave. They fly away together as a pair of butterflies and are never to be separated again.

 Quoting: Butterfly Lovers


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[link to usa.chinadaily.com.cn]

BELGRADE - China and Serbia pledged Thursday to enhance cooperation between the two sides.

While meeting respectively with Serbian Parliament Speaker Nebojsa Stefanovic and Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs Ivica Dacic, Zhang Rongming, vice-chairwomen of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said China and Serbia have realized deepening mutual political trust and new achievements in economy and trade since the two countries established their strategic partnership in 2009.

 Quoting: chinadaily.com

 Quoting: ArunaLuna


What a GORGEOUS video! And as far as Rihanna representing a princess who was beautiful and intelligent? She's perfect - just add talented, raw, and honest to that list. IMHO.

Great thoughts and story here . . . .

goldloveflowers
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... both east & west are in the blueprint of 'Ael ...

I love China, wish I had an Asian Princess ...

China Dreams
Thread: Chinese National TV XINHUA reporting impending UFO/ET disclosure by Obama government (Page 7)

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:eyebrow:

Interesting dreams there...what's "the blueprint of 'Ael"?
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somebody shut this bitch up
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granny
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granny
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hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa


hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa


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11/03/2012 05:52 PM
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[link to www.batanga.com]

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No stoppin' it now...

[link to www.foreignaffairs.com]

China has become one of a small number of countries that have significant national interests in every part of the world and that command the attention, whether willingly or grudgingly, of every other country and every international organization. And perhaps most important, China is the only country widely seen as a possible threat to U.S. predominance. Indeed, China's rise has led to fears that the country will soon overwhelm its neighbors and one day supplant the United States as a global hegemon.

 Quoting: foreignaffairs.com

 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Over a billion Chinese clones still cannot out think the great minds in this country...they can make cheap copies and that's about it...after gunpowder they haven't contributed anything...
 Quoting: BRIEF


And this is from the dumbass who thinks an X-ray machine has stronger radiation than Van Allen belt
cruisecruisecruisecruisecruisecruisecruisecruise
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lol, you go girl! hf
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I remember the quiet wonders...

hf
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11/03/2012 05:55 PM
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A real Mandrian princess would have made all the diffrence in the vido not that black skank in shiny synthetics half dressed totally lacking modesty.
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Agreed 100%
No amount of packaging can upgrade a negro
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:watchU:



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lol, you go girl! hf
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I remember the quiet wonders...

hf
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glad i got to catch up with you, i stay baned pretty much all the time. hugs
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11/03/2012 05:58 PM
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A real Mandrian princess would have made all the diffrence in the vido not that black skank in shiny synthetics half dressed totally lacking modesty.
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Agreed 100%
No amount of packaging can upgrade a negro
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goodgawd, who are you creeple??
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11/03/2012 05:59 PM
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Ugly black whore = Princess of China?
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she's a total retard. and so is her little boyfriend
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11/03/2012 06:00 PM

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A real Mandrian princess would have made all the diffrence in the vido not that black skank in shiny synthetics half dressed totally lacking modesty.
 Quoting: ac 18477895


Agreed 100%
No amount of packaging can upgrade a negro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25839744



I can't even get angry at this kind of comment anymore - it is just so SAD.
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11/03/2012 06:04 PM
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A real Mandrian princess would have made all the diffrence in the vido not that black skank in shiny synthetics half dressed totally lacking modesty.
 Quoting: ac 18477895


Agreed 100%
No amount of packaging can upgrade a negro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25839744



I can't even get angry at this kind of comment anymore - it is just so SAD.
 Quoting: Sloane

Its not worth your effort Sloane.
:kitten on fence:
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11/03/2012 06:04 PM
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Well...it's part of life...people like that are just learning like a baby too...eventually they'll evolve to understanding basics like common decency and self control...

Lots of time for them...
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11/03/2012 06:05 PM
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:watchU:



[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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blow me you poser
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11/03/2012 06:07 PM
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Go catch a meteor with your face...
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watchU



[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]
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blow me you poser
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Knock it off Gogo. Sigh.
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rofl
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A real Mandrian princess would have made all the diffrence in the vido not that black skank in shiny synthetics half dressed totally lacking modesty.
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Agreed 100%
No amount of packaging can upgrade a negro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25839744


bumpbumpbump
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11/03/2012 06:28 PM
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ttb
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No stoppin' it now...

[link to www.foreignaffairs.com]

China has become one of a small number of countries that have significant national interests in every part of the world and that command the attention, whether willingly or grudgingly, of every other country and every international organization. And perhaps most important, China is the only country widely seen as a possible threat to U.S. predominance. Indeed, China's rise has led to fears that the country will soon overwhelm its neighbors and one day supplant the United States as a global hegemon.

 Quoting: foreignaffairs.com

 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Over a billion Chinese clones still cannot out think the great minds in this country...they can make cheap copies and that's about it...after gunpowder they haven't contributed anything...
 Quoting: BRIEF


And this is from the dumbass who thinks an X-ray machine has stronger radiation than Van Allen belt
cruisecruisecruisecruisecruisecruisecruisecruise
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25839744


No, an X-ray is done without protection, those that passed through the Van Allen Belt had the protection of the craft and their suites...now please don't further derail her thread.
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11/03/2012 09:52 PM

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Beautiful post OP :)
I met and married a Chinese woman (my princess!) whom I met online. I'm a simple working man and my life has been blessed and charmed ever since we met. It took us a year until we actually met but fell in love with each other after a few months of correspondence. Everyday I wake up next to my beautiful angel and soulmate. We share a joy filled life together. I am living my dream and loving every sweet moment of it. Oh by the way, China is no U.S, but it is a wonderful country and so are the people!
hf
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:cough:cough:coldplay:cough:SUCKS:cough:
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fucking thieves
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11/03/2012 10:06 PM

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Nice!
Me likes!
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... both east & west are in the blueprint of 'Ael ...

I love China, wish I had an Asian Princess ...

China Dreams
Thread: Chinese National TV XINHUA reporting impending UFO/ET disclosure by Obama government (Page 7)

Idol1

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 Quoting: 12DnA 963968


me too asian women are attractive as well as cultured they could show their american counterparts a thing or two on how to be more feminine and better wives.
As far as China's long history and complex culture being that I love things of antiquity and I love history China never fails to deliver great delight.
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... both east & west are in the blueprint of 'Ael ...

I love China, wish I had an Asian Princess ...

China Dreams
Thread: Chinese National TV XINHUA reporting impending UFO/ET disclosure by Obama government (Page 7)

Idol1

12DnA
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someone was supposed to remind me to delete all thatdance
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That was beautiful.

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The legend of Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai is set in the Eastern Jin Dynasty.

Zhu Yingtai is a beautiful and intelligent young woman, the ninth child and only daughter of the wealthy Zhu family of Shangyu, Zhejiang. Although traditions of that era discourage females from going to school, Zhu manages to convince her father to allow her to attend classes in disguise as a young man. During her journey to Hangzhou, she meets Liang Shanbo, a scholar from Kuaiji (present-day Shaoxing). They chat and feel a strong affinity for each other at their first meeting. Hence, they gather some soil as incense and take an oath of fraternity in the pavilion of a thatched bridge.

They study together for the next three years in school and Zhu gradually falls in love with Liang. Although Liang equals Zhu in their studies, he is still a bookworm and fails to notice the feminine characteristics exhibited by his classmate.

One day, Zhu receives a letter from her father, asking her to return home as soon as possible. Zhu has no choice but to pack her belongings immediately and bid Liang farewell. However, in her heart, she has already confessed her love for Liang and is determined to be with him for all eternity. Before her departure, she reveals her true identity to the headmaster's wife and requests her to hand over a jade pendant to Liang as a betrothal gift.

Liang accompanies his "sworn brother" for 18 miles to see her off. During the journey, Zhu hints to Liang that she is actually a woman. For example, she compares them to a pair of mandarin ducks (a symbol of lovers in Chinese culture), but Liang does not catch her hints and does not even have the slightest suspicion that his companion is a woman in disguise. Zhu finally comes up with an idea and tells Liang that she will act as a matchmaker for him and his "sister". Before they part, Zhu reminds Liang to visit her residence later so he can propose to marry her "sister." Liang and Zhu reluctantly part ways at the Changting pavilion.

Months later, when Liang visits Zhu, he discovers that she is actually a woman. They are devoted to and passionate about each other and they make a vow of "till death do us part". The joy of their reunion is short-lived as Zhu's parents have already arranged for her to marry a man from a rich family called Ma Wencai. Liang is heartbroken when he hears the news and his health gradually deteriorates until he becomes critically ill. He dies in office later as a county magistrate.

On the day of Ma and Zhu's marriage, mysterious whirlwinds prevent the wedding procession from escorting the bride beyond Liang's grave, which lies along the journey. Zhu leaves the procession to pay her respects to Liang. She descends in bitter despair and begs for the grave to open up. Suddenly, the grave opens with a clap of thunder. Without further hesitation, Zhu throws herself into the grave to join Liang. Their spirits turn into a pair of beautiful butterflies and emerge from the grave. They fly away together as a pair of butterflies and are never to be separated again.

 Quoting: Butterfly Lovers


peace

red_heart

[link to usa.chinadaily.com.cn]

BELGRADE - China and Serbia pledged Thursday to enhance cooperation between the two sides.

While meeting respectively with Serbian Parliament Speaker Nebojsa Stefanovic and Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs Ivica Dacic, Zhang Rongming, vice-chairwomen of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said China and Serbia have realized deepening mutual political trust and new achievements in economy and trade since the two countries established their strategic partnership in 2009.

 Quoting: chinadaily.com

 Quoting: ArunaLuna

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