I lived in Kunming in 2003 to 2009,
while there I had a book of Chinese short stories.
I do not remember the name of the Arthur
only a synopsis.
It is about 4 young me on a trading
expedition for there first time and one finds a turtle dragon shell..
Then the book goes
things happening to
all of them because of the
Turtle Dragon shell.
I believe that the book was of
It had about 10 different
I believe that the name of the story
the red fruit.
I really would like to find this story
for my great grand children.
If you think you can help me my WeChat is thom1622
My E mail is Bird4t4@gmail.com
I am now living in the USA.
Thank you Donald R Thomas
your post is written in poetry form. that should get people's attention right there!
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