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Spring-jumping carp
Jiang Shi, a native of Sichuan in the Eastern Han Dynasty, married Pang Zi. The husband and wife are filial, and Pang often goes to the river to take the Yangtze River water that his mother-in-law likes to drink, and the fish that Granny Nagisa's mother-in-law loves to eat. Once because Ponzi returned late from fetching water, Jiang Shi suspected that she had snubbed her mother and expelled her from the house, and Ponzi lived in a neighbor's house and still did not forget to honor her mother-in-law. The mother-in-law learned of this and Ling'er invited her back. On the day Ponzi returned home, spring water gushed out from the courtyard, the same taste as the water of the Yangtze River, and two carp jumped out every day.
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