Khang Zhipa is a 13-year-old doctor’s apprentice living in a mountain village in 18th-century Tibet. One day, when he gets back from collecting medicinal herbs, he finds a bride-to-be and her wedding party will be resting at his home for the night. The bride’s name is Moshi Rati and it turns out she’s actually Khang Zhipa’s fiancee from another land, here to stay!
Most of the art is detailed and ornate, but this is frequently juxtaposed with obviously cartoonish features: wide cross-hatched shading for blushing cheeks and wide-eyed simplistic eyes reminiscent of Happy from Fairy Tail. The wide-eyed technique is used most frequently with Khang Zhipa, the main character, and it functions as a way to indicate that we shouldn't take him too seriously--that... read more
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