This is the second installment of my ongoing series of Chinese translation adventures for Indonesian manga fans. This time, I will translate a manga that is about Chinese martial arts. This is part two of my journey as a hopeful practitioner and student of Kung Fu. In part one we tackled the question of Dr. Wu, founder of the Shifu family, who is seeking perfection and serenity. It is now time to move on to Chinese manga, which as you'll probably realize has more depth than the man says on his web site!
The story of Day of the Dragon is an epic martial arts tale that takes place in the early days of Cantonese culture in Singapore. Alexiraz is an ex-convict and lives in Singapore's rural areas with his Uncle and Cousin. The comic focuses on Alexiraz and his Uncle. However we also meet other important characters like Bantu, the village chief, and Doctor Wu. Day of the Dragon is written by Koh Tiong, who is of Indian origin and also of Malaysian descent. His detailed and descriptive drawings are a testament to his writing abilities. In terms of translation, he turns in an extremely professional job as most things about Chinese characters require a skilled translator to ensure that the translation is correct.
The story begins when Alexiraz's Uncle throws a party to celebrate his birthday สล็อตออนไลน์. There is much anticipation in the air as the son of a powerful family clan attempts to make good impressions on the locals. His family showers him with gifts for his "perfect" birthday. However, his Uncle tells him to take care of his uncle and take good care of himself. Alexiraz is devastated and sets out to find the truth behind his uncle's death. He is also planning to exact revenge on his sworn enemy Irzaqi, a local Kung Fu master.
The story then takes place in the course of Alexiraz's search to unravel the mystery of his Uncle's murder. On his way the protagonist also meets other characters with a lot of color that add humor to the story, including a blonde monkey, a talking frog, an animal-like snake, and several Chinese witches. For those who may not be familiar with Chinese history, the complicated history of Chinese law and the various sects of Chinese culture the intricate artwork in this manga could turn some readers off, particularly when they think they are more knowledgeable about Asian-American and Asian-Islamic culture.
There are people who enjoy the gritty and dark Asian-Asian relationship depicted in this manga. And while some people might suggest that this type of story would benefit from some explanation, this is not a book for those who are seeking a deep discussion about the philosophy of pg เครดิตฟรี. The manga is more suited to those who are looking to learn about martial arts and will appreciate the rich dialogues, well-constructed characters and realistic depictions of combat. The peaceful, contemplative mood of Japanese manga is very similar to American crime fiction of the last few decades.
Many people also think that this manga could be too dark. It is filled with violent scenes of death and violence, and the mangaka occasionally introduces complex philosophical concepts. However despite the darker style of the manga, I feel that Naruto the Demon Slayer season 2 is still a very light-hearted story. It's not perfect, but its real-life portrayal of Japanese culture and life generally makes it more entertaining than many of the manga that attempt to depict complicated topics like law and philosophy in a fun way. This manga is a great to read, with a hint of real life.