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The Hundred Journeys of Lai-Xeng

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Lai-Xeng is a waundering scholar. He is the subject of a hundred of moral and educational tales.

I plan on making a whole bunch of these, just for fun… If anybody else wants to write up some of the enlightening escapades of Lai-Xeng - or anyone else, for that matter - feel free, just so long as the basic structure stays similar…
...And of course, comments and criticism and whatnot are welcome.



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