聊斋志异英文版:严父斥子2011-05-14
This is a story from the book Strange Tales from Make-Do Studio. There was an old man with the surname Feng, he had a son named Xiangru. Xiangru studied hard but failed several times in passing the imperial examination.
袋鼠与笼子(Kangaroos and the Cage)2011-05-14
One day the staff members of a zoo called a meeting to discuss the problem--how to deal with the kangaroos that were found out of the cage. They came to the conclusion that the cage was placed too low and decided to raise it from one to two meters high.
聊斋志异英文版:邂逅封三娘2011-05-14
This is a story from Strange Tales from Make-Do Studio. Lady Fan was gentle and beautiful. One day, accompanied by an attendant on an outing to the Water and Moon Monastery, she encountered the warm and equally beautiful Lady Feng.
聊斋志异英文版:细柳教子2011-05-14
As a child, Xiliu was smart and liked to read biographies of ancient sages. She decided to follow the examples of previous worthies and leave behind a reputation that would be noted for generations to come. At the age of nineteen she married Gao Sheng, who had just olst his wife and had a son named Changfu.
聊斋志异英文版:画皮2011-05-13
This is a story from Strange Tales from Make-Do Studio. One day a scholar named Wang Sheng in Taiyuan met,on his way out,a beautiful girl. He brought her back to be kept in his study.
聊斋志异英文版:黄英醉陶2011-05-13
The next day these withered plants would bloom splendidly and fragrantly. Before long, Huanying's flowers became known in the area and many people came to buy them.
三国演义英文版:诸葛亮吊孝2011-05-13
This is a story from Three Kingdoms. Zhou Yu,chief commander of Wu,Was talented and proficient in strategies and tactics but was narrow-minded and intolerant of others. He discussed with Zhuge Liang plans to conquer Cao Cao while simultaneously pondering how to murder Zhuge Liang.
聊斋志异英文版:吕无病2011-05-13
This is a story from Strange Tales from Make-Do Studio. Mr`Sun of Luoyang married the daughter of a magistrate. About twenty days after the wedding,his wife died of illness. Sun was extremely sad.
三国演义英文版:计收姜维2011-05-12
This is a story from the novel Three Kingdoms. Jiang Wei was adept with both pen and sword. He was not only a man of intelligence and bravery,but also a man of resources and astuteness. Zhuge Liang wanted to win Jiang Wei over to be his assistant.
三国演义英文版:设连环计2011-05-12
the manipulation of state affairs by the prime minister Dong Zhuo towards the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220) aroused strong anger in people,but nobody dared to air it. Upright ministers wanted to but failed to think of a way to get rid of him.
三国演义英文版:曹操献刀2011-05-12
While the Han court was in chaos Dong Zhuo marched his 200,000 battlewise Xiliang troops into the capital of Lüoyang. He forces Liu Bian to quit the throne and made Liu Xie the Emperor Xian and himself the prime minister.
三国演义英文版:义放曹操2011-05-12
This story is from the novel Three Kingdoms. Cao Cao's troops had suffered heavy casualties in the Chibi Campaign and there were only 300 troops left. Cao Cao led these troops to Huarongdao in retreat.
三国演义英文版:横槊赋诗2011-05-11
As Cao Cao finished, Liu Fu, an imperial inspector, pointed out ominous words in the ode. Cao Cao, already drunk at that time, pierced Liu Fu through with his spear, killing him. Lin Fu's words were proved later in the battle at Chibi, where Cao Cao almost lost his life.
三国演义英文版:黄忠请战2011-05-11
This is a story from Three Kingdoms. Huang Zhong, a veteran in the army of Shu, was one of its top five generals. Zhang He under Cao Cao had suffered one defeat after another.
三国演义英文版:回荆州2011-05-11
This is story from Three Kingdoms. Tricked by Zhou Yu, Liu Bei married Sun Shangxiang, Sun Quan's younger sister. After the wedding ceremony, Liu Bei stayed in the state of Wu. In light of Zhuge Liang's plan, Zhao Yun made a false report to Liu Bei before his departure, saying that Cao Cao was attacking Jingzhou. He urged Liu Bei to go back.
三国演义英文版:江东赴会2011-05-11
This is a story from Three Kingdoms. Zhou Yu of Wu Kingdom was a strategist but he was narrow-minded and jealous of people smarter than him. So he had always been thinking of killing Zhuge Liang and Liu Bei of Shu Kingdom. One day, he invited Liu Bei to cross the river, while did not let Zhuge Liang-who was then staying in Wu for help-know about it.
守株待兔-Lying by the Tree to wait for2011-05-10
Once upon a time there was a farmer who worked hard in the fields every day.One day, while he was ploughing the fields, he heard a bumping sound. He saw a rabbit lying by the trunk.
三国演义英文版:击鼓骂曹2011-05-10
Mi Heng was recommended to Cao Cao when the latter, to expand his infLüence, needed someone to lobby Liu Biao. But Mi was slighted. Mi took his anger out on almost all of Cao Cao's subordinates.
三国演义英文版:辕门射戢2011-05-10
Yuan Shu sent 100 thousand troops, led by General Ji Ling, to attack Liu Bei. For fear of Lü Bu in Xuzhou who might lend Liu a hand, Yuan wrote Lü a letter, together with many food supplies as gifts, asking him not to help Liu.
三国演义英文版:吕布戏貂禅2011-05-10
Following the interlocking stratagems they had laid, Wang Yun betrothed his step daughter Diao Chan to Lü Bu, then, to sow discord between the two, presented the girl to Dong Zhou as a concubine. Lü Bu was furious, and each time he met Diao Chan, the latter feigned a sad tearful look. One day, while Dong Chan was in court, Lü Bu rushed back to Dong Zhuo's residence to see the girl.
一双袜子 A Pair of Socks2011-05-09
One fine afternoon I was walking along Fifth Avenue, when I remembered that it was necessary to buy a pair of socks. I turned into the first sock shop that caught my eye, and a boy clerk who could not have been more than seventeen years old came forward.
三个懒汉 The Three Lazy Ones2011-05-09
When the time came for him to die he called them to his bed and said, “Dear children, I have thought of something that I will reveal to you. The one of you is the laziest shall become king after me.”
三国演义英文版:初出茅庐2011-05-09
Liu Bei visited the thatched cottage three times and finally succeeded in inviting Zhuge Liang to be his military adviser. Yet his sworn brothers, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei, did not take Zhuge seriously. Before long, Cao Cao dispatched an army of 100,000 to attack Liu Bei's headquarters at Xinye.
Great Expectations2011-05-09
This was Dickens' second-to-last complete novel. It was first published as a weekly series in 1860 and in book form in 1861. Early critics had mixed reviews, disliking Dickens' tendency to exaggerate both plot and characters, but readers were so enthusiastic that the 1861 edition required five printings.
三国演义英文版:桃园结义2011-05-08
Toward the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty(25-220) China was war-stricken. After a royal edict to recruit soldiers in Zhuozhou, three heroes surfaced.
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