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The Eight Immortals - Cross The Sea

Asiapac Editorial

Publisher: Asiapac Books Pte Ltd

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The Eight Immortals are among the most popular figures of Chinese myths and legends. In fact they are the legendary figures closest to the hearts of the ordinary people. The stories in this book show how eight ordinary people in ancient China attain immortality through selfless actions and good deeds. You will be enthralled by the vivid description of the great battle at the palace of the Dragon King. The presentation is made more interesting by the comic illustrations provided by Chan Kok Sing.

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