From Stories and Legends of Annam by Clotilde Chivas-Baron, 1920.
He is a gentleman dressed all in green, like the Genie of the Tan-Vien. His flesh is white as milk. On his head he wears a hat decked with little bells.
And the bells tinkle in the breath of the wind.
From morn to night he bathes his feet, lest he be too hot.
I went to visit him to-day, and this is what he said:
"O blind man! tell the sprightly child to be obedient as I.”
"Bid the maiden be virtuous, bid th ... read next