Kongiue Dongnan Fei

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This is a Chinese folk ballad from the beginning of the third century ce during the Han dynasty. It is a Romeo and Juliet—like tale of star-crossed lovers faced with the conventional marriage plans of their elders. The lovers are separated. The woman drowns herself, causing the man to hang himself, and the now understanding families bury the young lovers in the same grave.

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