As for Cai Daji (柴大紀), he was not only forbidden to take any credit for the campaign but was disgraced and tried.
In 1786 some of the members of the Tryad in Chulo or Zhulo (諸羅) were arrested but were soon freed by an armed band of Lin Shuangwen's followers.
Huang Sangui (黃三桂) was greatly impressed by Lin Shuangwen, the tall and handsome leader of the Tryad.
Chiayi or Jiayi (嘉義) in southern Taiwan used to be known as Chulo or Zhulo (諸羅). The name was changed to Chiayi (Commendable Loyalty) in 1788 out of respect to the civilians of that city who assisted in the defense against the rebels led by Lin Shuangwen (林爽文) who at one time all but conquered Taiwan in 1787.
Gold Twig was surprised to find the old, scabby beggar sitting on a little bourn by the stream. Believing he must be starved to death, she hurriedly handed him the food she had forgotten to eat while she was trying hard to catch shrimps in vain.
Gold Twig heard someone begging for food on the day after she had given an old, scabby beggar her lunch of two pieces of rice cake in a vegetable garden of her master.
Macaques are indigenous to Taiwan. Now protected by the wildlife law, they thrive in the wild. They even maraud orchards.
Grandaunt Tigress rushed out to find out her little girl was still in the outhouse relieving her nature. The child wasn't there. All that the tigress found was a half-empty bucket bound with a rope.
It was midnight when the younger sister heard someone munching something in the room next to hers. The noise, though muffled, woke her up.
It was after nightfall when the two small girls heard someone knocking at their front door. They were about to go to bed alone at their home, when the door was knocked.