Eastern Palace

Author: Fei Wo Si Cun(匪我思存); Translator: Sweet Bun

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Associated names:

Goodbye My Princess



She is the much loved and spoilt ninth princess of Western Liang country. She embarked on the road to Central Plains (Zhongyuan) for an arranged marriage. He is the almighty and powerful crown prince. Because of a political marriage, he is forced to marry a foreign princess. He has his own beloved concubine, Zhao Liang Di. She has her own life, escaping from the palace to ride a horse, disguised as a young man, chasing thieves, sending lost children home and drinking wine. Initially, their lives are like two parallel lines, never intersecting. However, the fight for power and position in the eastern palace, endless gossip, and hidden murderous intentions lead her to get involved step-by-step.

After surviving a near-death experience, she suddenly recalled what happened three years ago:

His blind date with her ​in the desert,

He beheaded the white-eyed wolf king in Tian Gen mountain for her sake.

They held a grand wedding on the prairie.

However, he also brought her disaster, a bloody genocide …

River of Forgetfulness, to forget love.

When her memory returned, how should she choose?

Chapter 31 (Part 2)

He might have seen the worried look in my eyes, so he smiled and bent over to touch my face. His hand was warm, making me feel like it was my mother’s hand rather than my father’s or grandfather’s. I wondered why there were no calluses on his hands now that he was skillful at

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Chapter 31 (Part 1)

I finally asked Gu Xiao Wu, “Do you like to marry me?” Gu Xiao Wu seemed to be a bit surprised. He looked at me and said, “Of course I do.” “But I have a bad temper. You come from the Central Plains while I grew up in Western Liang. You like to eat millet

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Chapter 30 (Part 2)

To be honest, it had never occurred to me that Gu Xiao Wu pulled back the bowstring easily. Not only that, he shot five arrows in succession. The end-to-head arrows flew as fast as a meteor, which surprised people around Gu Xiao Wu. “Lianzhu arrows, Lianzhu arrows (arrows fly in rapid succession like a chain

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Chapter 30 (Part 1)

I took A’Du and walked outside the king’s tent in a hurry. The Great Chanyu’s big tent was called the king’s tent, which was made of countless pieces of cowhide and painted with gorgeous floral decorations. The auspicious sentences of blessing were written on the snow-white canopy, and the gold powder that filled in those

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Chapter 29 (Part 2)

I covered my forehead with my hand, looking over the flat and endless prairie. After a long time, I saw that he caught up with the team and waved to us. They gradually went far, like the dust between the heavens and the earth, subtle and indistinguishable. I gazed at his back and remembered the

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Chapter 29 (Part 1)

At that time, the girl happened to give birth to a prince. The Empress then ordered someone to poison the nourishing soup that the girl would have daily. The girl had the poisonous soup and gradually got weak and died of illness. Before she passed away, she hoped to make the cause of Gong Zi’s

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Chapter 28

We hurriedly led the cavalry to search for He Shi. While I was worried to death, Gu Xiao Wu said: “Tujue people die hard.” Originally, I thought his remark was a comfort to me, but it made me annoyed. We looked for He Shi around Tian Gen mountain till the sun was about to set.

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Chapter 27 (Part 2)

After telling Gu Xiao Wu about Yuezhi chasing me, he said: “According to your words, the tent of the Great Chanyu of Tujue is at least three hundred miles away?” I nodded. “But Tujue people are nomadic, how can you find them?” “I have a way. In short, I must save He Shi.” Gu Xiao

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Chapter 27 (Part 1)

“All right.” I clenched the machete’s handle and said, “I’ll inform him that.” He Shi nodded and loosed the water pocket from his saddle, then told me: “Go straight east for three hundred miles. If you don’t find Chanyu’s tent there, you could turn north. It is not far away from the left Guli (an

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Chapter 26 (Part 2)

After a horse ride for several miles, I heard some clop. I stood on the horseback and looked into the distance. A line of black and grey could be dimly seen, which seemed to be a large number of people. Were they sent by my father to chase me? I couldn’t see their flags clearly

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