Ravaging Times

volume 46

Back Cover Couplet
The pillar bends under the weight of calculation; decisive plans top all great minds

Previously on Ravages
Feng Xiao’s strategy eliminates internal concerns; Zhong Da’s tactic fends off the external threat

Ravages Afterword
I’ve always loved theme parks, and I especially recall the good times at Kai Tak and Lai Chi Kok (which were old Hong Kong theme parks that did not survive the test of time).
As a kid I’d go as soon as I have money.
When I was in college, I even begged my parents to let me study in the US, which was actually an opportunity for me to play at the various theme parks in Florida.
While I was dating my current wife, she too, got sick and tired of going to “Sea World” and complained that I was boring.
Fortunately for me, the birth of my son meant I could use the excuse that he likes to go.
Yes, I am that childish…

Let’s go!
So boring.

Next on Ravages
Volume 47
The Three Visitations


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