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by Cherche Lin 林琪樱

The Mother River

The Mother River

There are many cultures on this planet, but none more interesting or important than the Chinese. There are many traditional tales recounted across the land and time, creative and delicious food, many unique traditions and much much more.

To the far north there is the Mother River, and near it conquers a Dragon named China. There lives a group of people, the Heirs of the Dragon, black hair, dark brown eyes, pale skin. Sharp minds, pretty faces, kind souls.

Today these people are scattered all over the world; every night thinking and missing their homeland. The Ancient Dragon’s eyes spark with determination. The Heirs of the Dragon hold their heads high, refusing to let any obstacle overcome them.

...Forever Heirs of the Dragon.

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