Novel by Le Xiao Mi, adapted into a drama starring Ma Tianyu, Sun Yi and Wallace Chung to be aired in Dec 2017.
In this chapter, the relationship between Jiang Sheng and Liang Sheng is established.
New translation project. Adapted as a drama to be aired in Dec 2017.
The secret which I cannot tell. Similar to Liang Sheng’s one, it was endless sorrow.
Her name was Jiang Sheng, his name was Liang Sheng.
She thought he was her older brother, he thought she was his younger sister. The poor family financial situation and the pressure to survive made younger sister Jiang Sheng completely dependent and trust older brother Liang Sheng. This made her unconsciously fell into the emotional whirlpool that was contrary to ethics and moral principles. I called him Liang Sheng and made him call me Jiang Sheng. Perhaps this was merely a dream, a very long dream? Jiang Sheng said: “Since you left, there are only two things left to do in my life, to find you and to wait for you!”
Cheng Tian You: “When I was very young, I heard a very beautiful saying. They said: A butterfly cannot fly over the vast sea. Now, I only understand, it is not that a butterfly cannot fly over the vast sea; actually after suffering many hardships a butterfly can fly over the vast sea, but finds out that the vast sea has never waited for its arrival. I am just like a butterfly who has suffered many hardships. Whereas Jiang Sheng, you are just like the vast sea who has never waited for a butterfly.”
-Taken from ShuShengBar
This is a drama adapted from the novel also known as Liang Sheng, Must We Be Sorrowful and is set to air in late 2017 according to MyDramaList. I’m planning to start reading and translating the novel now to make it in time.
Jiang Sheng and her older half-brother Liang Sheng live a hard life. They will help each other. Against morals, they will fall in love.
Synopsis by MyDramaList
Hi readers, it’s been a long time. I have disappeared without warning for the past few months but the irony is, I watched more dramas than I ever did during the times I was active on here. During my disappearance, I was on a drama binge, probably because I finally had time to throw myself into the world of dramas without worrying about blogging and all. Continue reading
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