Ruigen’s late Ming Dynasty + the semi-overhead history and officialdom of the Red House are absolutely delicious!
The second year of Yonglong of the Great Zhou Dynasty. The hidden worries of the prosperous age.
The four kings and eight princes are blooming with brocade flowers, and civil servants and military generals are cooking oil with fire.
There are civil and military parties in the north and south endlessly fighting each other, and outside there are captives and tigers on the nine borders of the sea.
This is the best of times and the worst of times.
The key lies in how you grasp it when you are in it.
Be brave and diligent, volunteer tirelessly, let’s see how I can fix the wind and turn the sky!
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