Today, I got out of the car and a girl approached me. I could tell that she was trying to sell me something or get something from me. Her: “Hello, big brother, do you speak Chinese?” Me, waving hand in a ‘no’ gesture: “Sorry, no.” Her: “Uh…” Then I walked off. True story. (Edit: The “Sorry, no” was in Chinese)
Chapter 176: Believe Your Granny
Translated by Deathblade
Contributing Editors: Madam Deathblade, John Rogers
Proofreaders: Lingson, MeeBoo and Yascob
A translation… adjustment? addition? ….
A few times in the past one of the numerous Chinese words for the netherworld or underworld came up. In some cases I translated it as “yellow springs” and in other cases not. It hasn’t really been relevant to the story. However, for flavor purposes, I’ve decided that from now on I’ll translate it consistently as “yellow springs of the underworld” or potentially just “yellow springs” depending on the context.