This ancient Chinese tale of the wandering musician Mi was born at a time when China was ruled by cruel and greedy mandarins. A Mandarin appeared on the market. The porter brought him in the palanquin, and the guards accompanied him. The common people fell to their knees and bowed to the ground. One musician Mi did not bow and disappeared from the guards. The musician was hidden in the tea-house and in gratitude he played the flute and sang his songs to ordinary people.
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