Hello, I'm just a lady who likes cute things and delicious food, especially Hello Kitty food. I want to travel the world and see all the romantic places that I haven't been to (･∀･*)
Please keep this place a secret from my bosses. Or the men who think they're in charge of me.
(this may or may not be an Axis Powers Hetalia RP blog)
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It’s a difficult choice -
If only Hong Kong were more filial towards me.
SO THERE IS A MANGA SET IN 19TH CENTURY CENTRAL ASIA AND THE HEROINE RIDES HORSES AND SHOOTS THINGS AND IS COMPLETELY CHARMING AND IT’S FULL OF REALLY WELL WRITTEN FEMALE CHARACTERS WHO ARE PORTRAYED AS CAPABLE AND STRONG EVEN WHILE THEY DO TRADITIONALLY FEMININE THINGS AND ALSO THERE’S GREAT GAME POLITICS AND THE ART IS INCREDIBLE AND IT’S JUST… NICE, I ENJOYED IT A LOT
Germany × fem!China for throughearlymorningfogisee~
I’m sorry so long to completed…QvQ) I hope you like it~
I guess that Ludwig was the first one to teach Yao how to drink beer~ :D
Because He built the first brewery in China~ (Tsingtao brewery)
China is a stress eater.
When he’s nervous or really excited he can’t help but overeat, especially since snack food has become much more plentiful in recent years.
If China and Spain had a love-child, it would be the Philippines.
…I remember no such tryst.
IRON EGG SKILL.
(read in a /very catering to white men/ book of Chinese sex stories that some women were talking about their husbands dicks. Two of them compared dicks to iron rods. But third woman says her husband’s penis is like an egg…the hotter it gets, the harder it is. Iron eggs are also a food.)
Hani people, an ethnic group in China (and Vietnam).
It was very difficult to find a good translation for this sentence. 烽火= beacon fire 戏= to trick 诸侯 = in this case it means the nobles, so it’s about “tricking the nobles with beacon fire”. ‘Feng Huo Xi Zhu Hou’ is a very famous story in China and many guys in China use it to make their girls happy, for example they say: for you I can 烽火戏诸侯! But what is actually the story behind it?
(Good for understanding) Before Qin Shi Huang (the first emperor in China) there were several kings that ruled in China, one of them was king Zhou You Wang (周幽王 795 - 771 BCE) and as many know, Qin Shi Huang was the one who let men build the Great Wall, but before the other kings have already built pieces of the Great Wall, later on Qin Shi Huang linked those “stations” together.
King Zhou had a favorite queen named Baosi (褒姒) who barely smiled or laughed. The king used many methods to make her laugh and finally someone suggested to lit the warning beacons to trick the nobles, he succeed and Baosi laughed while the nobles hurried all the way to his kingdom ready to fight against the Quanrong (犬戎) nomads before realizing it was only a joke. After that, he often lit the beacons just to hear her laugh. One day when the Quanrong really attacked, nobody came when he lit the beacons because they thought it was a trick again and didn’t hurry to the kingdom. In the end, the king was killed and Baosi was captured.
GUAN ZI TIAN @ NeochaEDGE
“It is almost impossible to ignore the boys’ distant gaze which invokes a strangely adult-like melancholy. We are left wondering the source of their worries – apprehension of growing up or the grimness of rural life?”
王祖贤 and 张曼玉 in Green Snake。