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  1. 1. History Channel (China)
  2. 2. China’s Quiz Bowl
  3. 3. What is the National Flag of China? a.) Five-Stars Red Flag b.) Blue-Diamond Flag c.) Three-Moons Red Flag d.) Two-Stars Pink Flag
  4. 4. Answer: a.) Five-Stars Red Flag
  5. 5. Who is the current President of China? a.) Me Yen Gao b.) Hu Jintao c.) T’ao Ti Ch’in d.) Chu che Tsik
  6. 6. Answer: b.) Hu Jintao
  7. 7. The territorial seas of China are the following except for: a.) Bohai Sea b.) Yellow Sea c.) Red Sea d.) South China Sea
  8. 8. Answer: c.) Red Sea
  9. 9. This religion is originated from China and it is one of the Chinese religion. a.) Hinduism b.) Buddhism c.) Confucianism d.) Jainism
  10. 10. Answer: c.) Confucianism
  11. 11. What is the first dynasty in China? a.) T’ang Dynasty b.) Chou Dynasty c.) Yuan Dynasty d.) Shang Dynasty
  12. 12. Answer: d.) Shang Dynasty
  13. 13. History Channel (China)
  14. 14. Zao Shang Hao
  15. 15. People’s Republic of China
  16. 16. The word "China" is derived from the Persian word Cin ( ‫چین‬), which is from the Sanskrit word Cīna.
  17. 17. Location China officially the People's Republic of China (PRC), is a sovereign state located in East Asia.
  18. 18. People’s Republic of China National Flag: Five-Stars-Red-Flag The flag of China was officially adopted on October 1, 1949. The red of the Chinese flag symbolizes the communist revolution, and it's also the traditional color of the people.
  19. 19. People’s Republic of China National Flag: Five-Stars-Red-Flag The large gold star represents communism. The four smaller stars represent the social classes of the people. In addition, the five stars together reflect the importance placed on the number five in Chinese thought and history.
  20. 20. People’s Republic of China National Emblem
  21. 21. People’s Republic of China National Anthem: March of the Volunteers Capital City: Beijing
  22. 22. People’s Republic of China Largest City: Shanghai Official Language: Mandarin Chinese
  23. 23. People’s Republic of China Recognized Regional Languages: • Mongolian • Tibetan • Uyghur • Zhuang • various others
  24. 24. People’s Republic of China Official Written Language: Vernacular Chinese
  25. 25. PEOPLE: Han Chinese (93.3%), plus 55 ethnic groups like Miao, Li, Mongolian People’s Republic of China
  26. 26. People’s Republic of China Government: Single-party people's republic Legislature: National People's Congress
  27. 27. People’s Republic of China Total Area : 9,596,961 𝑲𝒎. 𝟐 Water: is about 0.28 % of the total Area. Population: 1.35 Billion (World's most populous country)
  28. 28. People’s Republic of China Territorial Seas: Bohai Sea, Yellow Sea, East China Sea, and South China Sea. Climate: Continental monsoon (Tibet: vertical climate zone).
  29. 29. Religions and Beliefs Atheist Confucianism Buddhism Taoism Islam Catholicism Protestantism People’s Republic of China
  30. 30. Religions and Beliefs People’s Republic of China
  31. 31. People’s Republic of China Currency: Renminbi (yuan)(¥)
  32. 32. People’s Republic of China Administrative Demarcations Provinces: 25 Autonomous Regions: 5 Municipalities: 4 (Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, and Chongqing) Special Administrative Regions: 2 (Hong Kong and Macau).
  33. 33. People’s Republic of China Chinese President: Hu Jintao
  34. 34. Chinese history is generally divided into dynasties or periods during which particular family or group of people reigned.
  35. 35. Chinese states were unified into a large empire with a central government.
  36. 36. The Chinese empire lasted for over two thousand years surviving periods of internal turmoil, attacks from outside invaders and the rise and fall of numerous dynasties.
  37. 37. The poet T’ao Ch’ien lived during the period known as the Six Dynasties (220 A.D – 581 A.D), one of the most tumultuous eras in the Chinese History.
  38. 38. Chinese Dynasties
  39. 39. SHANGDYNASTY1700-1050 BC The first Chinese dynasty that left historical records, the loosely feudal Shang, settled along the Yellow River in eastern China from the 17th to the 11th century BC.
  40. 40. SHANGDYNASTY1700-1050 BC The oracle bone script of the Shang Dynasty represents the oldest form of Chinese writing yet found, and is a direct ancestor of modern Chinese characters.
  41. 41. SHANGDYNASTY1700-1050 BC The Shang were conquered by the Chou, who ruled between the 12th and 5th centuries BC, until its centralized authority was slowly eroded by feudal warlords.
  42. 42. Chou Dynasty (1045-255 BC) Their dynasty lasted for about 800 years. The great literary works of philosophy and religion that became the basis for Chinese religious and social belief stem from what is called the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476) and the Warring States Period (475-221).
  43. 43. Chou Dynasty (1045-255 BC) Taoism, Confucian literature, and other prominent religious and philosophical schools all emerged during these periods.
  44. 44. Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC) The Warring States period ended in 221 BC, after the state of Qin conquered the other six kingdoms and established the first unified Chinese state.
  45. 45. Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC) Qin Shi Huang, the emperor of Qin, proclaimed himself the "First Emperor" (始皇帝) and imposed reforms throughout China, notably the forced standardization of the Chinese language, measurements, length of cart axles, and currency.
  46. 46. Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC) The Qin Dynasty lasted only fifteen years, falling soon after Qin Shi Huang's death, as its harsh legalist and authoritarian policies led to widespread rebellion.
  47. 47. Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD)
  48. 48. Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) The subsequent Han Dynasty ruled China between 206 BC and 220 AD, and created a lasting Han cultural identity among its populace that has endured to the present day.
  49. 49. Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) The Han Dynasty expanded the empire's territory considerably with military campaigns reaching Korea, Vietnam, Mongolia and Central Asia, and also helped establish the Silk Road in Central Asia.
  50. 50. Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) Han China gradually became the largest economy of the ancient world. At the beginning of the era, Confucianism was revived. Confucian texts were rewritten and republished.
  51. 51. Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) The resulting ideology was the official ideology of the Han Dynasty and influenced political thinking afterwards. The era’s major contributions were historical texts and scientific works.
  52. 52. T’ang Dynasty (618-907)
  53. 53. T’ang Dynasty (618-907) The T’ang Dynasty had a big empire that benefited from trade with the west along the Silk Road, battled with the Tibetan Empire, and experienced the growing influence of organized Buddhist religions.
  54. 54. T’ang Dynasty (618-907) This era’s main contribution to Chinese literature was in the poetry of Dufu, Li Bai and many other poets. Dufu and Li Bai are often thought of as China’s greatest poets.
  55. 55. Sung Dynasty (960-1279)
  56. 56. Sung Dynasty (960-1279)  Military technology greatly advanced. They traded little with the west due to the presence of warring Muslim states on the old trade routes.  There wasn’t territorial expansion, but the empire was continuously attacked by nomadic tribes and countries around them.  So the era is divided into two eras called the Northern Sung (960-1127) and Southern Sung (1127-1279) eras.
  57. 57. Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
  58. 58. Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)  The Chinese rebelled against the Mongols, and the Ming Dynasty era began about 1368.  One of the four great classics called Journey to the West about a monk going to India was written during this time of isolation.  Novels were the era’s main contribution.
  59. 59. Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368)
  60. 60. Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368)  The Mongols established the very rich Yuan Dynasty.  The Mongols were nomadic people who herded cattle north of the Tang Empire and wandered over a large area fighting on horseback.
  61. 61. Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368)  It was a big empire with high technology, a big population and a big army.  It was an era of some historically renowned dramatic playwrights and novelists who wrote in vernacular language.
  62. 62. In the 19th century, various rebellions and wars took place which caused the end of the dynastic rules.
  63. 63. Summary of the Dynasties and their Contributions 1.) Shang Dynasty  Old Chinese Writing System 2.) Chou Dynasty  Basic Philosophical and Religious Literature 3.) Qin Dynasty  Literary Disaster and Legalism 4.) Han Dynasty  Scientific and Historical Texts
  64. 64. Summary of the Dynasties and their Contributions 5.) T’ang Dynasty  Early Woodblock Printing and Poetry 6.) Sung Dynasty  Early Woodblock Printing, Travel Literature, Poetry, Scientific Texts and the Neo-Confucian Classics 7.) Ming Dynasty  Novels 8.) Yuan Dynasty  Drama and Great Fictional Novels
  65. 65. Chinese Literature 1000 b.c. – a. d. 1890 Know contentment And you will suffer no disgrace ; Know when to stop And you will meet with no danger. You can then endure. -the Tao Te Ching
  66. 66. Literary Context •Poetry is a part of everyday life throughout the history of China • Poets have been among the most highly regarded members of Chinese Society. • 2nd – 12th centuries A. D. the main Chinese poetic form was the Shih Ching (The Book of Songs). *Even the number of lines , each of which has the same number of words. *Often expressed personal emotions. *Many have brooding or trouble tone , but can express contentment.
  67. 67. Chinese Philosophy •Contrast between Chinese and Western modes of philosophic thinking. •Western philosophers seek out of being of things , the essential reality lying behind appearances. •Chinese principal and establishment and cultivation of harmonious relationships within their social structures. •Chinese thinking is far more concrete , this worldly and above all, practical.
  68. 68. Cultural Context Chinese attitudes and beliefs were shaped by 3 religios and philosophical schools : Taoism Confucianism Buddhism
  69. 69. Taoism •Tao- path or the way •Stresses freedom, simplicity and the mythical contemplation of nature (“Tao”). •Force that controlled the universe •Beyond the scope of human concerns , but can see its working by observing nature.
  70. 70. Taoism •Avoid human desires •Not educating •Not honoring men of worth or encourage cleaver to act *Cause jealousy and greed *Opposites of Confucianism
  71. 71. Confucianism •How people act – moral behavior •Social relations based on subordination: family ruled by authoritarian father, state ruled authoritarian king. •However , governed by the concept ren – with a loving attitude towards others.
  72. 72. Confucianism •Tried to teach students to become true gentlemen – morally and spiritually. •Must conduct oneself in a virtuous manner, those in power serve as models. •Heaven is the supreme moral authority , which dictates how one must live.
  73. 73. Buddhism •To lead a moral life •To be mindful and aware of thoughts and actions •To develop wisdom and understanding •Life is sorrow and sorrow is caused by desires •Rid self of desires •Does not claim to be God •Attain enlightenment through meditation
  74. 74. Buddhism •Solutions to our problems are within ourselves •Beliefs are incorporated into poetry through symbols, imagery and language of Chinese Literature •Quite and calmness is a central notion in Buddhist thought.
  76. 76. Chinese Wedding Traditions Red is the Color of Weddings in China Red is central to the wedding theme of China. It signifies love, joy and prosperity and is used in variety of ways in Chinese wedding traditions.
  77. 77. Chinese Wedding Traditions The bride's wedding gown is often red, as are the wedding invitations, and wedding gift boxes or envelopes for cash gifts. Even the bride and groom's homes are decorated in red on the wedding day.
  78. 78. Chinese Wedding Traditions Before the Chinese Wedding Day A Chinese bride traditionally goes into seclusion with her closest friends. This Chinese custom gives the bride- to-be some time to symbolically mourn the loss of her friends and family.
  79. 79. Chinese Wedding Traditions Some time before the couple are married, the groom’s family carries wedding gifts in red baskets and boxes to the bride’s house. One of the basket contain “uang susu” or “milk money”. Others will contain personal things for the bride, so that on her wedding day all of her personal belongings will be in the groom’s house.
  80. 80. Chinese Wedding Traditions The bride takes the gifts to another room where they are sorted through. Three days before the wedding day, women from the bride’s family reciprocate, bearing gifts– including some returns in red wrapping to the grooms family.
  81. 81. Chinese Wedding Traditions The Day of the Wedding Ceremony Wedding anniversaries in China, are carefully chosen according to astrological signs. It is also customary for couples to be married on the half- hour or their wedding day rather than at the top of the hour.
  82. 82. Chinese Wedding Traditions In this way, the couple begins their new lives together on an “upswing”, while the hands of the clock are moving up, rather than down.
  83. 83. Chinese Festivals Event: Chinese New Year Date: The first day of a year in lunar calendar, usually between the late January and early February. Activities: fireworks display, visiting and greeting, Yangke dancing, lion and dragon dancing, holding temple fairs and many other great folklore-inspection events.
  84. 84. Chinese Festivals This was the time for the Chinese to congratulate each other and themselves on having passed through another year, a time to finish out the old, and to welcome the new year. Common expressions heard at this time are: GUONIAN to have made it through the old year, and BAINIAN to congratulate the new year.
  85. 85. Chinese Festivals Event: Lantern Festival Date: 15th of the first lunar month Activities: Lanterns expositions, garden parties, firework display and folk dances. The New Year celebrations ended on the 15th of the First Moon with the Lantern Festival.
  86. 86. Chinese Festivals In the legend, the Jade Emperor in Heavens was so angered at a town for killing his favorite goose, that he decided to destroy it with a storm of fire.
  87. 87. Chinese Festivals Event: Dragon Boat Festival Date:5th day of the 5th lunar month Activities: Dragon Boat races and eating Zong Zi(pyramid shaped rice wrapped in reed or bamboo leaves).
  88. 88. Chinese Festivals Event: Mid-Autumn Festival Date: 15th of the 8th lunar month Activities: Dragon Boat racing, enjoying moonlight and eating moon cakes. Probably the second most important festival in the Chinese calendar, Zhong qiu has ancient origins.
  89. 89. Chinese Festivals Abundant meals are eaten during the festival and moon cakes, round pastries filled with nuts, dried fruits, preserved flowers, sesame and or marinated beef or bacon are eaten.
  90. 90. Chinese Festivals Event: Qingming Date: 12th of the 3rd lunar month, usually around April 4th or 5th. Activities: Cleaning ancestors graves and holding memorial ceremonies, spring outing, and flying kites.
  91. 91. Chinese Festivals This is a time when ice and snow has gone and plants are beginning to grow again, and is a time for respect to ancestors. Qingming is often marked by an indulgence of the Chinese passion for kite flying.
  92. 92. Chinese food
  93. 93. • Chinese cuisine includes styles originating from the diverse regions of China, as well as from Chinese people in other parts of the world. The history of Chinese cuisine in China stretches back for thousands of years and has changed from period to period and in each region according to climate, imperial fashions, and local preferences. Over time, techniques and ingredients from the cuisines of other cultures were integrated into the cuisine of the Chinese people due both to imperial expansion and from the trade with nearby regions in pre- modern times, and from Europe and the New World in the modern period.
  94. 94. • Over time, techniques and ingredients from the cuisines of other cultures were integrated into the cuisine of the Chinese people due both to imperial expansion and from the trade with nearby regions in pre-modern times, and from Europe and the New World in the modern period.
  95. 95. • Styles and tastes also varied by class, region, and ethnic background. This led to an unparalleled range of ingredients, techniques, dishes and eating styles in what could be called Chinese food, leading Chinese to pride themselves on eating a wide variety of foods while remaining true to the spirit and traditions of Chinese food culture.
  96. 96. The Chinese Language • Chinese (漢語) comprises of seven main dialects, Mandarin ( 官 話 ), Cantonese (廣州話, 廣府話), Hakka ( 客家話), Wu (吳語), Min (閩語), Xiang (湘語), and Gan (贛語) (Fig. 1). The variety of Mandarin based on the speech in the capital Beijing is the official national language of mainland China and is termed Pŭtōnghuà, Common language (普通話). The de facto common language in Hong Kong and overseas Chinese communities is Cantonese. Amongst the official languages of Taiwan are Mandarin, Taiwanese, and Hakka (Fig. 1).
  97. 97. Chinese alphabet
  98. 98. • There are and have been several Chinese alphabets, that is pre-existing alphabets adapted to write down the Chinese language. However, the standard Chinese writing system uses a non-alphabetic script with an alphabet for supplementary use.[1] There is no original alphabet native to China. China has its Pinyin system though sometimes the term is used anyway to refer to logographic Chinese characters (sinograms). It is more appropriately used, though, for phonemic transcriptions such as pinyin.
  99. 99. • Chinese Currency – Renminbi (RMB) • Chinese yuan, also known as Renminbi, is used throughout in mainland China, while in Hong Kong and Macau, Hong Kong dollar and pataca are respectively used. The basic unit of Renminbi is Yuan and the sign of Yuan is ¥. • The metric conversion about Chinese Yuan is : • 1Yuan=10jiao 1jiao=10fen • In some parts of China, yuan is called kuai and jiao is referred as mao. Chinese money is issued by the People's Bank of China in denominations of one, two, five, ten, twenty, fifty, and one hundred yuan. The jiao and fen coins are both issued in ones, twos, and fives. • For many travelers, exchanging money is frequently needed along their trip, which is particularly true for businessmen along their China business travel. In China, currency exchange could be available in large banks, hotels and airports..
  100. 100. • China education is the largest education system in the world. On June 2013, there were 9.12 million students taking the National Higher Education Entrance Examination (Gao Kao) in China. Investment in education accounts for about 4% of total GDP in China • The higher education sector has growth as well. China is seeking to improve the quality of education through a major effort at curriculum reform. China has increased the proportion of its college-age population in higher education to over 20 percent now from 1.4 percent in 1978
  101. 101. • China has a consistent teacher development system. Teaching has historically been and remains today a highly respected profession in China. Teachers have strong preparation in their subject matter and prospective teachers spend a great deal of time observing the classrooms of experienced teachers, often in schools attached to their universities. Once teachers are employed in school, there is a system of induction and continuous professional development in which groups of teachers work together with master teachers on lesson plans and improvement.
  102. 102. was the founder of the humanistic school of philosophy known as the Ju or Confucianism, which taught the concepts of benevolence, ritual, and propriety.
  103. 103. • Confucius • Kong Qui, better known as Confucius, was born in 551 B.C. in the Lu state of China. He died in 479 B.C. Confucianism later became the official imperial philosophy of China, and was extremely influential during the Han, Tang and Song dynasties. His teachings, preserved in the Analects.
  104. 104. focused on creating ethical models of family and public interaction, and setting educational standards.
  105. 105. • The Analects of Confucius 孔子的“論語” • An anthology of brief passages that present the words of Confucius and his disciples. • Describe Confucius as a man, and recount some of the events of his life. • The Analects includes twenty books, each generally featuring a series of chapters that encompass quotes from Confucius, which were compiled by his disciples after his death.
  106. 106. Po Chu-i was a gentleman poet and government official during the golden age of the Tang dynasty in China.
  107. 107. Po Chu-i eventually retired to a monastery when he was in his 50s. One of his legs was paralyzed at the end of his life. • His poetry often has the easy, retiring quality of Chan poetry of the time.
  108. 108. Lao Tzu ("old man" or "old sage") was the ancient author of Tao Te Ching, the most widely translated Chinese work of all time and the classic book of the religion or philosophy known as Taoism.
  109. 109. • A general history of China from the first century B.C. describes Lao Tzu as an older contemporary and teacher of Confucius (551-479 B.C.). • It says he wrote the two-volume Tao Te Ching at the request of the keeper of a "pass" while on a westward
  110. 110. The most important concept developed in the Tao te ching is tao. Tao literally means "road" or "way." The Tao te ching itself is a collection of sayings expounding the principal Taoist teachings.
  111. 111. T'ao Ch'ien (365- 427) was one of China's foremost poets in the five- word shih style, and his influence on subsequent poets was very great. Also known as T'ao Yüan-ming
  112. 112. One of T'ao's best-known poems is a debate among "Substance, Shadow, and Spirit, " who speak respectively for hedonism, Confucian fame, and a kind of Taoist stoicism which accepts life in its totality.
  113. 113. Tu Fu was a great Chinese poet of the T'ang dynasty, a family that ruled China from 618 to 907.
  114. 114. • He is known as a poet-historian for his portrayal of the social and political disorders of his time and is also noted for his artistry and craftsmanship.
  115. 115. • His poetry introduces an intense, dramatic, and touching personalism through the use of symbols and images, irony and contrast.
  116. 116. During the time of the Ch’in and Han dynasties, a cave chief named Wu married two wives and each give birth to baby girls. Hey…guyss…ipapakilala ko sainyo ang aking dalawang asawa…ang nasa kanan ay ermat neh Yeh Shen at ang nasa kaliwa ay ang step-ermat neh Yeh Shen. Hi mga fwnsss!! Ang ganda2 ko noh..ambot nang bana nako nga nangabet,,,makajumbe rna dle gaka gaduda ko bcin ge gayuma ra anang kabet nya. Baba shufabels hah…..bcin barangun tka dra….
  117. 117. Before long Chief Wu and Yeh-Shen’s mother died leaving Yeh-Shen’s to her stepmother. The, stepmother didn’t like Yeh-Shen. What do you think is the reason why the stepmother of Yeh-Shen didn’t like her???
  118. 118. The stepmother of Yeh-Shen didn’t like her because she was more beautiful and kinder than her own daughter. Etchushera ning bataa nea….bisan sige’g panghinlo sa among balay gwapa japon….tan-awara makawalag respeto ang ka gwapa…. Hi, I’m Yeh- Shen! Naa pod ko’y anak nga poryagaba ug nawong..AHOHOY… Hi, I’m the legal daughter!
  119. 119. Yeh-Shen’s only friend is a fish and each day the fish came out of the water onto the bank to be fed by Yeh- Shen. Bessy gahangolan jud kog pagkaon neh step-ermat…share2 nalang tah ane hah!..ang importante kay d tah mashoangers….HARHAR BES, KAW NAJUD ANG GITAKDA BA…!! Yaw na kabalaka bes kay puhon2 dili naka mag.antos sa bruhita nimong step- ermat..
  120. 120. One day the step-sister of Yeh-Shen found out that the friend of Yeh- Shen can talk. She consulted her mother and they had a bad planned. Mama maintriga jod ka ani vah…HEHEHHAHA..ang amigo neh Yeh Shen nga isda ga istorya… Is that REAL?? Yes ma, REAL NA REAL, REAL NA REAL.. Do you read what I’m thinking???? HEHEHEH; I have an evil plan!
  121. 121. •What do you think is the plan of the stepmother of Yeh-Shen??? Let’s find out!!!!
  122. 122. Yeh- Shen is late for dinner. When she arrive…. Hoy bae l8 naka sa panihapon lamian raba among YEYEYEYO.. Our viand is a fish BAKLAKITA..HAHAHAHA wwwhhoooa aaatttt?????? ? Pero yaw kabalaka kay gebilin namu ang bukog nya para nimo..huaah huuaaww!!!
  123. 123. When Yeh- Shen saw the bones of her friend fish she cried and cried for she can’t accept what had happened. I’m pasensya kau bessy nga bukog nalang ka ron owhhh….. Don’t worry I’m okay and I will still be with you though I’m already a bone… Did you just talk??? _english speaking pajud owh makahilak pod tag samot bes. Don’t be afraid Yeh- Shen..yes it’s me…you’re friend. Owh lage kaw lage naa..hheehh…yaw ko kalaga bessy oie..
  124. 124. Yeh-Shen is still happy despite of what happen. Then, one day a message from the palace arrive that all the maiden will be invited because the prince will choose a wife in that event. Baby ayoha nga dapat ikaw ang mmapila hah.. Oo ma oyh,,kung dili madalag istorya….gayumahon hehe..joke lng. And, you Yeh-Shen stay at home. Yes MOM!!
  125. 125. The friend of Yeh-Shen had observed that Yeh- Shen is sad…..So… I know you’re sad Yeh- Shen but don’t worry you can go to the palace. How can it be???
  126. 126. The fish bone transform into a beautiful heels…and when Yeh- Shen fit it she transform, too! It’s me Yeh-Shen, don’t be afraid to use me. Ook!! And, Yeh-Shen transform into this beautiful lady.
  127. 127. Before Yeh Shen went to the palace the fish warn her never to lost the heels, but unfortunately one of the heels was left in the palace. Hoy fwnd!!! edj maul8 hah…sorry jud kaau kay nabilin ang isa ka sandal…tabange kog pangita bessy veh…plssssy!!!! Hoy badat ay pag enichus dha oie…balike nalang didto gud kaysa gahilaka raka nga mura kag amaw diha.
  128. 128. In the next morning, the Prince and his servants were roaming around finding the owner of the heel as the Prince is interested to marry the girl. Many girls who were interested and claim to be the owner of the heel. Torkwoato pagpangutana nah diha kung knxa naa tag.iya ug ipasukod para xureness. Owke kamahalan…ale moh linya line ra hah kay magsukod tah. Kadyot lang sir kay mag picture2 same para naay sa fb… Lge sir…edj mag strong…makatesting lge me anang sukod2… Ako na ang mo testing….murag fit jud kau nea nako bah..
  129. 129. Unfortunately, there is no maiden who had fitted the heel. However, Yeh Shen arrived holding the other pair of the heel. Sir ako ang tag.iya ana ayh….huhu..salamat kay nakita nimo…ambe na sir kay muole nakog balay.. Weehh, isuot daw be para mkita ang katag.. And the magic appeared again…chaacharan.. Ohhh.. Diva..gatuo naka bessy….ako lage nea gift saqong friend….!!!
  130. 130. The prince was astonished of what he had seen. Then, Yeh-Shen is so happy because she was the one chosen by the prince to marry him. Such a beautiful girl! Will you marry me??? Yes of course…it’s my pleasure…
  131. 131. After the wedding, Yeh-Shen lived in the palace and her step mother and sister were not allowed to visit her…and they lived happily!!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH YEH-SHEN! THE LOVE THAT I HAVE FOR YOU WILL NOT FADE AND DEATH COULD NOT SEPARATE US. --THE END---
  132. 132. JIESHU
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