Guan Xin Ze Luan （关心则乱）
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The Legend of the Concubine's Daughter Minglan TLCDM
A pessimistic and negative daughter of a concubine living in the ancient times thought – since life is so difficult, why should one invest serious effort in struggling to live.
The life of an ancient noblewoman is often determined and controlled by her family. In addition, one’s actions often implicate one’s entire family – thus, it is fairly common to see an unexpected calamity result in suffering borne by one’s whole family. Managing to live a good and successful life while retaining one’s dignity is simply too difficult to achieve.
Ah, living in the ancient times is simply too dangerous – we should all just sleep till we die.
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The Legend of the Concubine's Daughter Minglan
Author: Guan Xin Ze Luan （关心则乱）
Translator: Henyee Translations
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- 1 When One Gets Promoted, Some Die... And Some Enter Another World
- 2 What's Up with Hell's Sentencing System These Days?
- 3 The Tale of the Wife And the Concubine That Must be Told
- 4 A Women Doesn't Want to Make Things Difficult For Herself, But For Other Women
- 5 Lord Sheng Hong Wins His Two Battle!!!
- 6 There's a Paternal Grandmother, Married Couple And Children -this is an Auspicious Family
- 7 This is the Kind of Reincarnation a Transmigrated Girl Should Have!
- 8 Hualan, Molan, Rulan, Minglan...
- 9 Willing To, Unwilling To, Willing to
- 10 The Difference Between Concubine Born Daughters
- 11 New Place, New Boss, New Atmosphere
- 12 Minglan and Three Silly Geese
- 13 I Lift My Drink and Sing a Song, for Who Knows If Life Will Be Short or Long
- 14 Governess Kong’s Class
- 15 Governess Kong's Trial
- 16 No One Left Behind
- 17 First Uncle Sheng Pays a Visit and Minglan Makes a Fortune
- 18 Hualan Gets Married
- 19 Sheng Hong Overhauls the House System and Minglan Gets to Know the Family Ritual
- 20 The Unfairness of Rulan
- 21 Mr. Zhuang Goes Out, Children Goes to School
- 22 Good Teachers Doesn't Drag Class
- 23 The Young Boy Who Brings Spring
- 24 The Arbitrator of the War of Roses
- 25 Two Ways to Clean Up a Battlefield
- 26 Minglan's Fish, Qi Heng's Meal
- 27 Lunch, Moving and the Imperial Examination
- 28 If You Do Not Like Yuan Bao, I’ll Change it into Yuan Xiao Next Time
- 29 No Sanctuary Will Last Forever, so Face the World Alone
- 30 Arguments Between Sisters and the Scheme of Their Dimu
- 31 A Report of Analysis on Living Conditions
- 32 A Report on Worsening Living Conditions (1)
- 33 A Report on Worsening Living Conditions (2)
- 34 A Guideline on Improving Living Conditions (1)
- 35 A Guideline on Improving Living Conditions (2)
- 37 Grandmother, Elder Brother, And Qi Heng
- 38 Changbai's Good News