Where did the Pig come from? Discuss anything about Xi You Ji here. Monkey King Wu Kong and the other disciples, a pig demon Zhu Ba Jie and the river demon Sha Wu Jing, have to battle hordes of demons, who all want their master because his flesh will give immortality to anyone who eats it. Feedback and comments are much welcome, and can be sent to. I even found a few interesting anecdotes of Xuan Zang's journeys! Updated the section: Added the theme song for Dicky Cheung's version of Journey to the West. Enjoy~ Where did Xi You Ji come from? Yes, after months of hiatus, I'm finally starting to update the page again! I also rearranged the format of the guestbook so that it's now part of the Misc. .
To answer all these questions and more, just click on the link above! Did Xuan Zang Tang San Zang really flow down a river to be adopted by an abbot? Exactly who wrote Xi You Ji? This epic story is a captivating read, with the pilgrims getting into trouble in the most unexpected places, fighting through not only outright confrontation and abduction but also lies and disguises while using trickery of their own. Click on the link above to find out the origins of Journey to the West! For now it contains updates to this site and progress reports about projects related to Journey to the West that I'm working on. So you can see from this blog what I'm going to add and what I've added! Also contains information about my other Journey to the West projects. So you can see from this blog what I'm going to add and what I've added! On the outside, everything seems harmonious. Thank you for your support! Now includes supplementary readings, including critical readings and fan fiction based on Xi You Ji.
One of those projects is this website, and I've listed the features I'm planning to include in this website. Removed some links until only the best sites are left. See my for more details. Added information for the remake of. Sun Wu Kong the Monkey King is especially good at this, having mastered the way of transforming himself into anything he likes, including a fly, tree, or a beautiful girl.
Another of those projects is the for the 96 version of Journey to the West so you can see what I'm contributing to it as well. The bodhisattva Avalokiteśvara Guanyin , on instruction from the Buddha, gives this task to the monk and his three protectors in the form of disciples — namely Sun Wukong, Zhu Bajie and Sha Wujing — together with a dragon prince who acts as Xuanzang's steed, a white horse. The page is starting to look really decent now! See my for more details. Contains updates and about the projects related to Journey to the West that I'm working on. Also contains my comments about the songs. Here's a general summary of the story by sections.
Translations of lyrics to be available soon! I also added information about the 1996 Journey to the West Xiyouji drama series starring Dicky Cheung. In-depth info, details, and spoilers on the important characters in Xi You Ji. Once I've updated the site with a particular feature, I mark it as 'Done' in the blog. There are also underlying spiritual and religious themes. I did proper research this time, really! Also added information about and opened a new section for it, 'Board Games'.
It has lots of humor and some angst as well. Tang Monk brings three disciples on a journey to the West. The novel is a fictionalised account of the legendary pilgrimage to India of the Buddhist monk Xuanzang, and loosely based its source from the historic text Great Tang Records on the Western Regions and traditional folk tales. One of those projects is this website, and I've listed the features I'm planning to include in this website. However, tension is present beneath the surface, and their hearts and minds are not in agreement. The series became an instant classic in China and is still being praised by many as the best and most authentic interpretation of the novel.
Also has my personal comments and insights. For recent updates, go to the bottom of the page. Why does he have so many names? However, tension is present beneath the surface, and their hearts and minds are not in agreement. Take your pick from a list of published English translations of Xi You Ji, unabridged and abridged. Added free download of of Journey to the West I Dicky Cheung version with English subs, thanks to all the people from the! Information about animation or manga based on Xi You Ji. You can even suggest improvements or give comments on the updates! Most of the writings in this website are by me, , unless otherwise stated. Grab the chance to experience one of the greatest classics of ancient China! Why do people love Sun Wu Kong so much? Xi You Ji spans over a huge area, taking readers for a wild ride to the Heavens, volcanoes, seas, wide rivers, mountain peaks, demon-filled caves, right down to the pits of Hell.
That said, please feel free to explore this site! Yu's newest abridgment of his original translation, and an adaptation for children called - Yuen, 7th August 2008 Updated the section. Also added link to download of the Spanish sub of the same episode, thanks to afro monkey. Please do not use any of the writings in this website without my permission. What kind of person was he? Finally, they resolve their inner conflict and work together to become an all-conquering, demon-exorcising team. Nonetheless, this fictional retelling focuses on San Zang's first disciple, the monkey king, Sun Wu Kong, who captured readers' hearts and imagination with his bold, daring, and mischievous personality.
Finally there a group subbing this amazing series and one of those people is me! Updated the section: Added info about Alakazam the Great and its manga counterpart. You can also visit my Journey to the West to see the newest updates. And some others as well, of course. I hope that this relatively massive update makes up for all those months of neglect. Contains Journey to the West fanfiction. After a series of demon-capturing events, the monk and his disciples gain mutual understanding of each others' hardships and unease. After a series of demon-capturing events, the monk and his disciples gain mutual understanding of each others' hardships and unease.