five hundred years ago the celestial august and yung-lo command the worthy official kuan-yu to make a bell that can be heard one hundred li far.
he then accept it and gathered all the bellsmith and the moulders of their village.
they began to as the time goes by they discovered that the result fails.
the material used dont embrace each other.
they planned to make again,a second time but, the result showed up even worst.
his daughter kongai was worried upod looking on his father's eye full of worry and sadness because of the result. she then decided to visit an astrologer to consult and also to give her answers.
"gold brass well never met in wedlock, silver and iron will never embrace,until the blood of a virgin will mix in metal fusion" the astrologer said.
kongai then realized the astrologer's words.
then she hurried back. as she came she see how the workers work hard for the bell.
kongai knows that if her father fails on making the bell the life of his father is the exchange.
kongai leaped into the white flood of metals and furnace of lava that is ready to recieve her. all was shocked including his father and the women that holds her shoe.
after that moment they looked upon the result. a beautiful bell appeared with wonderful colors.
above it it also has a deep mellow sound that can be heard one hundred li far.
between every stroke people remember kongai and keep on silence upon hearing the bell low moan.
but when it hard sobbing sound heared the mothers tell their kids. "listen thats kongai calling for her shoe.
that kongai calling for her shoe.
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