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Thread: Story Ideas
January 2nd, 2013 10:27 PM #11
I love the story behind Vera Tandova, so that gets my vote. The other three are intersting, but they don't arouse my interest like option number 2.-Athena
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January 3rd, 2013 08:16 AM #13
China, my mum studied Russian History and has given me a pretty good understanding of communist ideals in everyday life, and I like the your flooding and relocation ideas, I think I might go with flooding. I was a little worried when it came to the names, most of my help came from my friend Senna, she speaks Mandarin, but she's Korean so I'm not surprised there. I know it's not that clear, but Jin is her given name and Chensi is the family name. I think that they would be would be speaking Mandarin.BoysWilliam Thomas, Elias Christian, Malcolm James, Isaac Finnian, Joshua Benedict, Vincent Theo, Henry Samuel, Nolan Percival, Robert Julian, Ephraim Maxwell, Gideon Huxley, Arthur Kellan, Ronan Abraham, Miles Nathaniel & Jude Everett
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January 4th, 2013 03:03 AM #15
Even though I'm atheist, I've always harbored a deep love for Buddha so I have to say that I love number one the most. I also like the second one, but the last three are cliched and have a "been there, done that" feel. Best of luck to you!be the change you wish to see in the world.
January 4th, 2013 09:11 PM #17
I work with a Chinese colleague and asked her about the names of the main two characters. She said Chensi is absolutely not a surname in China-- there are extremely few 2-syllable surnames. "Jin" means "quiet," usually (not sure if that's the personality of your character). Also, Laoshi is not a given name-- it's the everyday word for 'teacher.' 'Lao' is an honorific given to the elderly, in front of their surname, so it would mean "Old Mr. Shi."Blade, MD
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