- orange day-lily (Hemerocallis flava)
- "But there's a famous saying that a poet can be either a genius or an idiot" put in fan po-wen sarcastically with a knowing wink at lin pei-shan. "In ah-hsuan one can catch a glimpse of the poet. Anyway he's much more hopeful than mammon sitting in his golden palace."
- Ah-hsuan gave a low despairing laugh.
- The origin and taxonomy of jute kenaf and ramie in our country.
- As for ah-hsuan although he was fairly good-looking he was rather scatter-brained-sometimes he seemed bright enough but at other times he was terribly muddle-headed.
- His married sister fu-fang now appeared and began accusing him of ill-treating huei-fang and ah-hsuan and demanding that he share out the property he had inherited so that huei-fang and ahhsuan could set up their own homes.
- Suddenly he saw ahhsuan and a number of other people performing a sword-dance in the drawing-room while the garden swarmed with grotesque giants.
- ... Is the biggest thing since vidal sassoon.
- He found the ladies playing mahjong under an awning on the small roof-garden. Mrs.wu her sister lin peishan and wu sun-fu's sisters fu-fang and huei-fang made up a foursome while ah-hsuan and tu hsin-to looked on and the tiles clicked and rattled drowsily.
- The room was filled with countless swelling bosoms bosoms that bobbed and quivered and danced around him wu sun-fu's pimply face grinned and ah-hsuan's lustful shone-among the dancing breasts.