20 Date: 2007-09-28 12:14:13
        miriam rosentam ( miro@netvision.net.il / no homepage) wrote:
 
        Great page, excellent info. I saw the play Monkey Journey to the West last night at Chatelet theatre in Paris, it helped understanding.

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Date: 2007-08-03 03:47:28
Napat (
redeyescerberus@hotmail.com / http://www.xanga.com/kna_michan) wrote:

Wazzup! Hahaha,yeah, agreed with you on the mixed up of personalities in Gensomaden Saiyuki! But hey, that's what make the show interesting! I've been watching so many re-runs... TeniPuri, Saiyuki, Gokusen, lalala...You name it.

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Date: 2007-07-18 14:11:50
Joel ( Joel_MonkeyHead@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

Love the Book, nice to see a resourceful site.

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Date: 2007-06-23 02:42:04
lucy ( roseliow@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

i would like to use some information in your page to complete a school project.it would be copyrighted. :D thank you. Your webpage is great

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Date: 2007-06-22 01:42:30
Aiyoku ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

AWESOME WEBSITE!! very detailed : D

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Date: 2007-04-07 14:16:57
lee ( no email /
http://www.leeatkinson.net/index_files/great_sage.htm) wrote:

Great site! With so many other sites out there my brain was starting to ache trying to find the info i needed. Wish i'd found this site first !! Thanks.

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Date: 2007-03-18 17:22:41
helmscy ( helmscy@champaignschools.org
/ no homepage) wrote:

Hi, I am a teacher/librarian at a USA high school. I am going to China in June and decided to write a lesson plan for Journey to the West to use with high school students. One project I want to do while traveling is to take photos of historical evidence of the legend in Chinese landmarks, art, architecture, etc., that I find while traveling. I will be traveling to Beijing, Shanghai, Xian and Suzhou. Do you have any recommendations on places in these areas for evidence of the legend?

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Date: 2007-02-17 08:54:06
Lindork ( lindork@gmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I've been looking for the opening and ending themes for months and was not successful until I've stumbled onto your site. Thank you so much!! XD

Your piano arrangement and playing of the JtW songs were amazing. AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!! (to say the least) Now it is in a happy place in my mp3 player and on reapeat :) If it is not too much trouble, would you be willing to post your piano arrangements on the site?

Your site is imformative and one of the only few in English to be of much help. Your regular updates to the site are greatly appreciated.

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Date: 2007-02-16 01:15:31
ELijah McTaggart ( mct0001@wedderburn-college.vic.edu.au / no homepage) wrote:

Pretty cool site but I think you should have some movie downloads.

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Date: 2007-01-16 18:41:53
Alexander Stewart ( seismite@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Very nice and informative. Lots of help.

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Date: 2006-11-13 06:39:28
onlyme ( specialjy007@hotmail.com
/ no homepage) wrote:

Hi there ! Can see that u've received numerous feedback on this site & all eminently stated. So, as an add on...I've nothing more to say but just "great!". In fact, before reading your site, I only have very little idea of this story & thks for clearing all my doubts !!!

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Date: 2006-10-29 19:35:07
Brett ( brobrettz@yahoo.com / no homepage) wrote:

A Journey into the West makes the Homeric classics look very tame. Your website makes me want to read a good english translation of the original.

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Date: 2006-09-23 12:22:30
Mike ( secondnapoleon@gmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

Very, very good website. Interesting look at the personalities of the characters (especially your interpretation of Xuanzang berating Monkey after he killed the six thieves). Good fanfictions too. Bring us more!

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Date: 2006-09-15 02:26:14
Carl ( Crazycj2389@yahoo.com
/ no homepage) wrote:

Thank you for having this website I saw the movie "The Monkey King" and ever since I saw it I wanted to look for the book. I plan on looking for it in my school library tomorrow thanks!!.

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Date: 2006-08-15 05:27:41
NK ( monkeykingrulez@yahoo.com / http://monkeyking.uni.cc) wrote:

Great site u have here, very informative. Much much better than my site about Monkey King.

Keep it up.

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Date: 2006-07-29 09:48:12
Nink ( kinadom_zolo@hotmail.com
/ no homepage) wrote:

Thanks for the information
I have to perform this story in Chinese nex week(i'm Thai)

It will be great if you have some Chinese songs in the form of MP3

Thaks again

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Date: 2006-07-29 05:43:16
Nancy ( no email / no homepage) wrote:

Hey I was just watching a couple of episodes from Xi You Ji and I got curious about the history and satire behind it so I researched online and fumbled upon ur site. It's really great. And I'm extremely glad that we have ppl like you to enlighten the world on the vastness of chinese culture.

BTW Keep up the good work! I hope you can share more of ur knowledge of chinese culture with the world!

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Date: 2006-07-25 18:22:40
Caroline Wong ( carolinewong2005@yahoo.com / http://carolinewong.freeservers.com) wrote:

Your site has great info. on the monkey king and the pig, very humorous too! I love your description about the monkey and the pig :-) Keep up the great work! Would you know of any complete english version of the epic where I can read the entire story completely? I am based in the Philippines and there is no such resources here. Originally from Hong Kong though! All the best

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Date: 2006-07-25 13:58:53
MARIO ( mz@bestweb.net / http://abandonedmindgames.com) wrote:

Just researching and collecting notes on JttW. Very well organized.
Thanks

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Date: 2006-07-12 06:26:15
Tom ( Smok_Tomatsu@hotmail.com / no homepage) wrote:

I first found out about Journey to the West watching Saiyuki. They have cultural Backround notes that facinated me about the stories. Your site is very informative and I thank you for that. Keep up the good work.

Tom