Category: Jin Yong

  • White Horse Neighing in the West Wind

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    White Horse Neighing in the West Wind by Jin Yong was first serialised in the newspapers in 1961. This novella is the only Jin Yong story that features a female protagonist. Its title has been translated as Swordswoman Riding West on White Horse and White Horse Neighs in the Western Wind. The first translation does […]

  • Sword of the Yue Maiden

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    Sword of the Yue Maiden

    Sword of the Yue Maiden by Jin Yong was first serialised in 1970 the Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao Evening Supplement. Background This short story was the last of Jin Yong’s works. The story is set in the Spring and Autumn Period, making the historical setting the earliest among Jin Yong’s novels. It revolves around […]

  • The second edition of The Heavenly Sword and Dragon Sabre was published in 1979. Jin Yong made revisions to refine the original version serialised in the Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao. He later made another round of changes that was published in 2005 as the third edition. Do not hesitate to contact us if you […]

  • The Legend of the Condor Heroes – Chapter 10

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    Spectres of the past. Original translation by Rayon Guo Jing placed Mei Chaofeng on his shoulders, according to her instructions, and hurried after the fleeing enemy. His body had a strong kung fu basis and Mei Chaofeng’s body was not heavy so even though she was on his shoulders, it did nothing to diminish his […]

  • The Legend of the Condor Heroes – Chapter 9

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    Iron spear, damaged plough. Original translation by SunnySnow Guo Jing and Huang Rong went to the back of Prince Zhao’s palace and leaped over the wall into the courtyard. Huang Rong whispered to Guo Jing in a soft voice: “Your ‘light body’ Gong Fu is excellent!” Guo Jing crouching by the foot of the wall […]

  • The Legend of the Condor Heroes – Chapter 8

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    Everyone showing off their abilities. Original translation by Strunf Wang Chuyi went extremely quickly. In little time, they left the city. Some li further, they arrived at the foot of a hill. Eager to test the abilities of Guo Jing, the Taoist did not slow and ran more and more quickly. At the time Guo […]

  • The Legend of the Condor Heroes – Chapter 7

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    Fighting contest to find a suitor. Original translation by Strunf The Six Freaks of the Jiangnan and Guo Jing took the southeastern direction. The journey promised to be long: many days passed before they even left the steppe. That day, they were not very far from Kalgan anymore. It was the first time that Guo […]

  • The Legend of the Condor Heroes – Chapter 6

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    Decoy deployment on the cliff. Original translation by Strunf Remaining in the ger, the Six quietly conferred with each other. “This man taught a superior neigong to our Jing’er,” Han Xiaoying said. “He can’t possible want to hurt him…” “Then why doesn’t he want us to know about it?” Quan Jinfa asked. “And why he […]

  • The Legend of the Condor Heroes – Chapter 5

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    Drawing the bow to shoot condors. Original translation by Strunf A row of people came down the mountain. After walking for a while, they suddenly heard the roars of wild beasts in front of them. Han Baoju leapt on his yellow horse, and went to see what was happening. After galloping for a while, the […]

  • The Legend of the Condor Heroes – Chapter 4

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    Two killers in the tempest. Original translation by Moinllieon “Alright, let’s fight again!” Wanyan Hongxi proclaimed out loud. Unexpectedly, the forward scouts came back with a different report. “The Ong Khan is here to personally welcome the two Jin Princes!” Temujin, Jamuka, and Senggum immediately rode forward to greet him. From the dust clouds an […]