Ness Gardens, Wirral
There was a rock that, one day, became magically pregnant. Eventually it split open giving birth to a stone monkey.
The nature of monkey was irrepressible!
The classic Chinese novel Journey to the West is better known to most Westerners as Monkey, and it tells of a journey to India to collect Buddha's sacred scrolls. Monkey is joined on the journey by the priest Tripitaka, the lecherous Pigsy and the water-demon Sandy. But all is not easy for the four pilgrims. They must overcome dragons, monkey-eating demons, Yama, King of the Dead and being imprisoned in a mountain for five hundred years before they can finish their quest!
Adapted for OTG, from the novel by Wu Cheng En, by Daniel G Cambridge.
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