Month: November 2016
Chapter 122- Miao Miao’s ‘To Catch An Adulterer’ Plan
As I returned to our dorms, I had wanted to discuss this matter with Yin Zi, however, because of the business with embroidery and love letters, that crow had ignored and refused to speak with me.
I decided to solve the problem with my own methods, and that was to stealthily trail behind Xiang Qing and observe his every moves.
The next day, I got up early, changed into my cat form, and jumped into Xiang Qing’s courtyard. Discovering my presence once again, he was very happy and brought me his specialty fish soup. I ate until my belly was big and round, but when I turned my head to find him, he had already disappeared. Read the rest of this entry »
Chapter 121 – Men Having Money Is Very Important
“We’ve only known each other for a few days…..” Xiang Qing’s voice was very tense.
I moved closer to him, “It does not matter.”
Xiang Qing retreated a little bit further away, his head full of cold sweat, “We are not familiar enough with each other.”
I moved even closer to him this time, “It does not matter.”
Xiang Qing continued his retreat, “This progress is too fast.” Read the rest of this entry »
Chapter 120 – How About You Marry Me?
Yin Zi’s gentle and virtuous nature spread like a wildfire from Seventh Senior Brother’s big mouth, spreading to even Wu Daochang’s ears. Because of this, Wu Daochang specifically requested for Yin Zi to embroider patterns of prosperity flowers onto his golden robe. Yin Zi’s elegant facade crumbled away, his anger fuming intensely.
I was really distraught over this matter. Although I was not very good at coming up with excuses, wasn’t he the one who forced me? And plus, my idea wasn’t that bad anyways, wasn’t it a success? Read the rest of this entry »
Chapter 119 – Su Mei and Duo Bao
Hearing Xiang Qing constantly call out ‘Ah Hua’ here and ‘Ah Hua’ there made my heart feel really anxious. I wanted to transform back into a cat and pounce into his arms.
In my predicament, Xiang Qing turned his head in my direction, “Ah Hua…..Miss Miao Miao?”
Of course I couldn’t tell him that I was here to do the evil deed of driving away all his beloved cats. I said to him with a giggle, “I’m here to look at the scenery, and to see the cats as well.” Read the rest of this entry »
Chapter 118 – My Name Is Ah Hua
I comfortably lay asleep in Xiang Qing’s arms, enjoying his tenderness and warmth. Yin Zi didn’t teach me what I should or shouldn’t do in this sort of situation, and neither was there an answer on my cheat sheet therefore I ignored all responsibilities and just focused on enjoying his presence.
Xiang Qing brought me back to where his courtyard was and brought a bowl with kitchen leftovers for me. These things naturally didn’t suit my appetite, so I pushed the bowl away with my paws to indicate dissatisfaction. After a moment of thought, he went back to the kitchen, this time bringing back some steamed bread. I sniffed the food, and then tasted it, but still didn’t feel like eating it. Read the rest of this entry »
Chapter 117 – A Sea Of Vinegar
After our names were recorded onto the wooden badges, Wu Daochang gave us a long lecture about his beloved Maoshan Sect and how a filial disciple should help the Shifu earn lots of money. Looking below to where the other disciples were, they didn’t seem to take in his words to their hearts either. Many of them were chattering away and appeared idle. Only Xiang Qing stood up with a straight back and wore on a serious expression, but from time to time would throw a glance over to myself.
I didn’t care about other people as long as he looked at me. By the end of the lecture, I quickly rushed towards Xiang Qing so that I could have a chance to speak with him, but many of the senior brothers had suddenly formed a wall around me. All them were telling me that they wanted to take me on a tour of Maoshan Sect. Read the rest of this entry »
Chapter 116 – Premonition Of A Storm
Maoshan Sect’s disciple’s had relatively decent living conditions with two disciple per room. The pale green walls of the wooden huts were a refreshing scene. In the female disciple’s quarters grew several peach blossom trees, while in the male disciple’s quarters were blue willow trees. Separating the two dwellings, a wall divided them. There was also a narrow stream that ran along side the wall.
The young child guided us to an empty room, smiled and said, “The number of female disciples in our Maoshan Sect is few, including you two, there would be six altogether. And also, our Eldest Senior Sister has gone down the mountain to cultivate. Our Third Senior Sister’s body is not well so she is has gone home to recuperate and isn’t present at the moment. Second Senior Sister and Fourth Senior Sister have left for some duties, but will be coming back shortly. The two of you are able to meet them later tonight.” Read the rest of this entry »