Scrub to to skip the intro. My amateur translation; original video from verein-freunde-goethe-gymnasium-berlin.de I feel obligated to. The Legend of the White Snake, also known as Madame White Snake, is a The story is now counted as one of China's Four Great Folktales, the others being. Fan page and links page for Lady White Snake (or Madame White Snake, Madam White The old tales of China tell us that all things may grow and change. However, her powers are limited because she is already pregnant with Xu Xian's child, so she fails to save her husband. The first short tale was found during the Tang Dynasty AD. The next morning, Xu Xian visited the house where the ladies were staying. The ant-king had come in the night with thousands and thousands of ants, and the grateful creatures had by great industry picked up all the millet-seed and gathered them into the sacks. For more treats and resources, visit Aaron Shepard at www. Fa Hai imprisoned the White Snake inside the Thunder Pagoda. The job of this god is to decide how long each person will live. It was covered, however, and even the servant did not know what was in it, neither did anyone know, for the king never took off the cover to eat of it until he was quite alone. Why Is China Obsessed With Korean Pop Culture? After the marriage, the three of them moved to Zhen Jiang, a city on the Yangtse River where they set up a herbal medicine store. Chinese opera is a tradition with many branches. And she fought back until she wounded him. The original story was a story of good and evil, with the Buddhist monk Fahai setting out to save Xu Xian's soul from the white snake spirit, who was depicted as an evil demon. Bai Suzhen is freed from Leifeng Pagoda and reunited with her husband and son, while Fahai flees and hides inside the stomach of a crab. Years later, Xu Mengjiao passes the imperial examinations, an insanely difficult and competitive test that young Confucian scholars from wealthy families all over the country spend their whole lives studying for. In ancient China, Daoist scholars strongly influenced the development of Chinese medicine with discoveries likely made while searching for the elixir of immortality incidentally, they may have also invented gunpowder. XU was secretly released by a young monk when the two sides were fighting and happened to come to the same place.