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The Fourth Question: A Chinese Tale

by Rosalind C. Wang

Other authors: Ju-Hong Chen (Illustrator)

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This was a great Chinese folk tale. A young man sets out to ask a wise man why, though he works hard, he is so poor. The moral of the story at the end is: "Helping others and doing good deeds brought him happiness and rewards."
It has a good, relatable, age appropriate moral. Again, this would be a great story during a folktale unit. It would also be great when talking about the theme or moral of a story, as it wasn't explicitly stated what the moral was. ( )
  TaraKennedy | Feb 20, 2015 |
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A young man named Yee-Lee goes on a journey to the Wise Man of Kun-lun Mountain to discover the reason for his poverty.

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A young man named Yee-Lee goes on a journey to the Wise Man of Kun-lun Mountain to discover the reason for his poverty.

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