Song in the Clouds

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Song in the Clouds
Yun Zhong Ge (云中歌).jpg
Book cover
Author Tong Hua
Original title 雲中歌
Country China
Language Chinese
Subject Ancient China
Genre Romance, historical fiction,
Publisher Writers Publishing House
Publication date
Yun Zhongge
Simplified Chinese 云中歌
Traditional Chinese 雲中歌
Literal meaning Song in the Clouds

Song in the Clouds, also known as Yun Zhongge (Chinese: 雲中歌), is a novel by Tong Hua. It was published in 2007 by Writers Publishing House (作家出版社).[1] It is a sequel to Ballad of the Desert.


During the Western Han Dynasty, Huo Yunge (daughter of Huo Qubing and Jin Yu from Ballad of the Desert) saved the eight-year-old Emperor Zhao of Han from the cold of the desert. Ten years later, Huo is a beautiful young woman who could not forget that boy and went to Chang An city to fulfil their 10 years ago promise. She mistook another Liu Bing Yi as Emperor Liu Fu Ling as both of them had a similar jade given by the late emperor and helplessly watched him marry Xu Pingjun.