wonders why Dong Shil didn’t look into the mirror to
see how ugly she was. And see why the villagers did not tell
her that she appeared even uglier when she tried to imitate
Xi Shi. Wen Wen tells Chao Chuan to stop
Hua-She-Tian-Zu saying he is wasting his time making numerous
is confused she thought Hua-She-Tian-Zu means to add
on something which does not belong. Wen Wen says that
it can mean that but it can also mean to try to be cleaver by
adding something which is not necessary, only to make things
awkward. To prove her words Wen Wen begins to tell the
origins of Hua-She-Tian-Zu.
story takes place in the kingdom of Chu during the spring
and autumn period. One day three friends were given a small
pot of wine by their supervisor. Since the wine was not enough
to go around one of the three suggested they hold a drawing
contest. The first person among them to finishing drawing a
snake got to drink the wine.
of the men finished drawing his snake very quickly. He was about
to reach for the wine when he saw that his two friend were still
very slowing drawing the away so the man decided to add some
legs to his snake.
another man finished his snake with out a word he picked up
the pot and poured the wine into his mouth. The first man hurried
to stop him saying that he finished first, but the second man
said snakes don’t have legs and therefore he was the winner.
Wen Wen said the Chao Chuan just Hua-She-Tian-Zu
by making up irrelevant questions. She makes then makes two
sentences with Hua-She-Tian-Zu. One sentence reads he
added something more to what he had said and as a result he
Hua-She-Tian-Zu and made things worse. The other sentence
reads lets stop our discussion here don’t Hua-She-Tian-Zu.
everyone else understands the meaning of Hua-She-Tian-Zu.
Wen Wen urges the two boys to check if everything is ready
they are busy packing a friend calls to say a typhoon is coming.
So the camping is cancelled Susan is happy that she does not
have to stay home by herself.