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英1

Heavenkid, Ahya and ToTo are fairies in heaven. One day, they fall into the Evil Dragon Valley accidentally, and Heavenkid is captured by the demon king. To rescue Heavenkid, Ahya and ToTo unfortunately lose their lives, and reincarnate into the human world. To repay Ahya and ToTo’s for saving his life, Heavenkid descends to the world as well. Since ToTo and Ahya make troubles all the time, Heavenkid therefore guides them with Di Zi Gui (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) to help them become obedient and lovely kids.


英2

After Ahya attends a community fair along with her family, she is anxious to buy a doll sold at the fair. That night, Heavenkid makes a duplicate Ahya sleeping in her bed to let Ahya sneak out of her house. At the fair, Heavenkid performs a folk tale of filial piety. After watching the show, Ahya feels ashamed. At home, Ahya’s mother passes out upon seeing the duplicate Ahya without body heat and heartbeats. After returning home, Ahya feels ashamed and regretful. So, children should let their parents know before leaving home.


英3

When ToTo and Ahya visit a dinosaur exhibition, ToTo happens to find a tiny part of a gigantic dinosaur model, and brings it home. That night, TV news says that due to a missing part, a dinosaur dance show has to be cancelled the next day. Ahya and ToTo dream of the dinosaur chasing after them with limping legs that night. Upon awakening, ToTo is upset over his deeds. Eventually, Heavenkid helps them with a night adventure to return the part to the museum. This story reminds children not to commit small evils thinking them trivial.


英4

Ahya’s mother prepares the wrong thing for Ahya. Hence Ahya is ridiculed by her classmates in school. Upon returning, Ahya is angry and complains of her mom’s carelessness. Heavenkid lets Ahya experience one day in the shoes of her mother. Ahya is busy all day long, and finally realizes her mother’s hardships. This episode reminds children that they should appreciate parents for their hardships.


英5

ToTo activates a space-time chessboard device by accident, and enter a virtual world. ToTo and Ahya have supernatural capabilities there, but they quarrel with each other, and even fight each other. Cloud Fairy asks Heavenkid to warn Ahya and Toto that if they cannot perceive their mistakes, they will be locked up in the virtual world forever. Heavenkid uses his divine artifact to wake ToTo and Ahya up, and let them know the teachings of “Standards for being a good student and child" (Di Zi Gui). They then apologize to each other, and become friendly to each other.


英6

Ahya’s grandfather is very wise, and can predict the weather by reading clouds. He helps Ahya solve many problems. One day, when Ahya’s class is on a field trip, her classmates are bitten badly by mosquitoes. Heavenkid uses his divine power to bring Ahya’s grandfather to the scene. Not only does Ahya’s grandfather relief the itch on everyone’s skin, he also makes toys for them. The teacher and students enlighten to the old saying that an old people is like a treasure to a family.


英7

One day, ToTo and Ahya enter a kung fu school in Ching Dynasty through the magic space-time chessboard. They first learn martial arts etiquette from a senior schoolmate, and then attend a Di Zi Gui class. Finally, they learn some kung fu from the master. This story is to teach children the truth that only after they conduct themselves and respect others will others teach them something.


英8

One day, ToTo and Ahya enter a kung fu school in Ching Dynasty through the magic space-time chessboard. They first learn martial arts etiquette from a senior schoolmate, and then attend a Di Zi Gui class. Finally, they learn some kung fu from the master. This story is to teach children the truth that only after they conduct themselves and respect others will others teach them something.


英9

Ahya wins the most courteous student award and is assigned to represent her school to meet a guest of honor. She asks her mother to buy her a formal dress for adults. At the event, Ahya wears the dress as if she were a walking Christmas tree. Since Ahya is drunk and stuck in the bathroom, Heavenkid transforms himself into Ahya’s image and wears an exquisite gown to go up to the stage. His elegant image wins all the guests’ warm applause. The story teaches kids the importance of wearing clothes properly and eating meal in moderation.


英10

Failing to mind his own demeanor, ToTo is attached by the spirit of a nine-tail fox. He suddenly becomes eccentric and rude. His senior schoolmate notices the situation, and wants to help him. Heavenkid joins ToTo’s senior schoolmate to fight against the fox. They defeat the fox, and get the vicious spirit out of Toto’s body. The story suggests that kids should mind their demeanor all the time according to the teachings in Di Zi Gui.


英11

ToTo goes to a supermarket along with his family. He pushes a cart and smashes into the commodities, including a crystal teakettle on the shelf. After the teakettle is broken, the crystal kingdom inside the teakettle is going to be destroyed. Heavenkid hears of the calling for help. He takes ToTo and Ahya into the world of broken crystal pieces for a look. Seeing the dire situation there, ToTo truly regrets breaking the teakettle, and asks Heavenkid to save the kingdom. So, all kids should cherish articles and mind their behaviors.


英12

Ming and Ahya help their teacher fetch a bag of seeds and flowerpots to the classroom from the office. Ahya finds some seeds are very special, so she takes one for herself without the teacher’s permission. Afterward, Ahya dreams of being subjected to punishment for theft in the Green Forest. With Heavenkid’s help, she is finally rescued. Ahya then admits her wrongdoing to her teacher. The story reminds students that it’s necessary to get permission before taking anything from others.


英13

Ahya promises Heavenkid to keep some seven-color-flower seeds for him. Ahya happens to find they are magic flower seeds, and sells them in a fair. However, in the evening, many customers want to return the flowers to her because all of them are withered. Heavenkid thus tells Ahya that flowers have feelings. If people play pleasing music or speak good words to them, the dying flowers can come back to life. He also reminds Ahya of the importance of keeping promises and avoiding exaggerating things.