Birthmark ChinaxReader Comission“OH MY GOSH I’M SO SORRY!” ___________ cried as she turned her back covering her face.
“Y-you should be!” A very flustered Yao whined, quickly wrapping a towel around himself.
Today, ___________ got a good lesson in why it’s always you should always knock before entering a house. Yao had just gotten out of the shower, and appropriately, was naked. He was about to make the short journey to his room to get his clothes, but was stopped in his tracks by the shriek of an intruder…
Guess it was a lesson for him too.
“I-I didn’t see anything, I swear!” ________ said. Well, nothing too bad… like his *cough* hidden dragon *cough cough* because luckily he had his back turned to her. She did see his ass though…. and there was something she was rather curious about.
Yao growled, making his way to his room. “Well, you should be! Just… wait here. I’ll be out in a minute.”
Eat the Cake China X ReaderEat the Cake China X Reader2 years ago in Romance More Like This
“Come on China, can't you tell me what's going on already? I'm starving here, wasting away to absolutely nothing.” You were blindfolded, and had no idea where you might be going. China had even taken a cab, just to make sure you didn't try to peek.
“No, aru. We well be there very soon. Just be patient.” China hugged you from the side and rubbed his face in your neck. “You will like it, I promise.”
“Fine, but there had better be food wherever we're going. I'm dying over here, and it's your fault, telling me not to eat.” You rubbed your stomach to emphasize your hunger.
“There will be, I promise. I wouldn't let you die of hunger.” You could hear laughter in China's voice. “We're almost there anyway.” The car slowly came to a stop. You heard the the door across from you open and shut, then yours open. “Be careful, aru, I don't want you to hit your head.” He carefully helped you
Taken pt 2/2(ChinaXReader)Part one is linked in the description. This one was written for cheese0it.Taken pt 2/2(ChinaXReader)3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Hope you all enjoy and please tell me what you think~
You sighed, dropping a golden autumn leaf into the stream beneath the red wooden bridge you were standing on. Watching it as it floated along you imagined yourself as it, the stream as the strange turn of events you had experienced in the past four months.
The leaf turned the corner in the water and you lost sight of it, only to drop another in its place. The silken sleeve on your right arm was folded up to your shoulder; you didn't want it to get dirty when you'd been plucking the leaves from the ground.
The leaf really is like my life, the water constantly changes course and all I can do is try to follow it, otherwise I sink, you thought to yourself, your head tilted to one side. You'd grown accustomed to the presents Yao showered you in.
Every time he came back from wherever he went during the day, he'd always have a piece of jewellery, a hairpin, some clo
Demon!ChinaxReader: ForeverDemon!ChinaxReader: Forever3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Yao, stop it," you giggled as he placed light ghost like kisses along your neck and collar bone. You moaned as he sucked your soft spot. "Y-Yao…"
"Mmm, what is it?" he asked obviously preoccupied with the sound of your moans rather than the sound of your voice.
You placed a hand on his chest and moved him so that you could see his face, gently you kissed him. "I love you…"
"Wo ai ni," his whispered. (I love you)
"As I love you," you whispered.
The two of you were in your favorite place, the bed both of you shared. The two of you only slept there and nothing else, but there was the rare occasion like now where the two of you would just lay there in each other's arms and whisper sweet nothings in each other's ear.
It had been almost a year since Yao had kidnaped you, or as he rather said 'liberated' you from your home. He had fallen deeply in love with you first sight, he had vowed to make you his. But what he didn't understand was that it was harder to gain the heart than it was the bo
Cherry blossoms ChinaXReaderCherry blossoms ChinaXReader2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Good evening, Aru! It's seven minutes in heaven time!" China smiled and clapped is hands together. "This is my first time participating! I'm excited, Aru!"
"That's right dudes, old man China is joining us today! So stay on your toes! Lets hope pretty lady ____ gets him!" America joked, nudging China.
"Oh shut up America, you stupid kid!" China stepped forward. "Since I'M the oldest, I'll be taking charge, Aru!" He placed the bucket on the table. "Go ahead ___-Aru! Just don't get America, he's a jerk."
You drew a name and looked at the paper. "Oh wow! It IS you China!" You smiled and showed him the paper.
"Yay! This will be fun, I promise! Lets get going!" China pulled you into the closet. "Panda has been looking forward to this all day!" He hurriedly sat down Indian style with both hands on his lap. "So! I heard this was really interesting, aru.neveryones been talking about it! I'm not even sure what it is! But I guess I'll find out Aru! So, about me...I'm the oldest, I do Tai Chi eve
ChinaXReader: Done You were done. Just done. You were giving up. "Whore. Worthless. Useless. Waste of space. Going nowhere with life. Stupid. Fat. Ugly." How could you possibly want to carry one with all this verbal abuse from your family and peers? What was the point of life?ChinaXReader: Done2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
'Maybe it's true....' you thought as you sat on your bed, twirling the sharp blade in your hand. 'I wouldn't be such a burden on everyone if I just disappeared ...' You lightly ran the cool, smooth, sharpened steel blade across the main artery in your arm.
You chuckled to yourself as you imagined everyone you knew just carrying on with their lives without you. Everyone wouldn't have to deal with you anymore... 'I won't be their burden to carry anymore...' You sighed. You wished you had the guts to just do it. tear a gash up your arm right there! But you couldn't.. 'I'm such a coward....'
Suddenly, a knock came from your door. You didn't move. You sat there with your __e/c__ eyes glazed over, just staring at
Too Cute ChinaxReader_____ skipped happily, singing a happy tune to herself. Today was going to be fun! She was going to visit her friend Yao's house! The two of you always had such a great time together after all.Too Cute ChinaxReader3 years ago in Romance More Like This
But when she went to knock on the door, there was no response... When she rang the doorbell, the same thing.
I'm not early, am I? she wondered, checking her phone. Nope, she was right on time.
"Huh... Weird..." _____ said aloud. Though she knew it was stupid, she decided to just try opening the door. It worked.
She facepalmed. It wasn't like Yao to make such a silly mistake. What was he up to?
She walked into the house and made her way into the living room, where she heard noise
"Yao, what are you doing?" ______ asked, upon coming into his house.
"Oh, ______. Is today the day you were supposed to be coming over?"
"Um... Yeah." she deadpanned.
"Aiyah! I'm so sorry; I completely forgot!" he cried, scrambling to pick things up. "This place is so messy..."
Yao's place didn't look too bad, n
A Grain of Rice [Master!China x Maid!Reader]A Grain of Rice [Master!China x Maid!Reader]2 years ago in Romance More Like This
You took your feather duster into one of the rooms to clean. The room looked a bit old, and you thought it might please your master if you cleaned it up for him.
You started by gathering the books and organizing them on the shelves. They contained mostly Chinese writing, and you weren't one to pry. That is, until a certain book caught your eye. It had a brown leather binding, and wasn't labeled. It struck your curiosity, and you decided to take a quick peek.
You were shocked. There were pictures of Master Wang's childhood!
You smiled softly at the chibi China holding a panda. He really was adorable...
You quickly broke out of your dream-like state and continued to clean. You slipped the book back in place before quickly dusting the outside.
After a few sweeps here and there, it looked presentable. You smiled at your handiwork.
"Oh! It's almost lunch time!" you realized as you hurried to place the duster in a safe place before hurrying to the kitchen.
While washing your h
China X Reader -FinalsYour POVChina X Reader -Finals2 years ago in Romance More Like This
It was the last period of long anticipated Fraiday as you sat in your Advanced World History class. You were doodling when you should have been paying attention.
“Miss _____” your teacher barked, snapping you out of your doodle-filled wonderland.
“Since you are not making any attempt to listen to my lesson, you must already know the year in which Hong Kong gain sovereignty from Britain and was returned to China. So would you please be ever so kind as to enlighten the rest of the class.”
The teacher, along with the rest of your class stared at you waiting for an answer.
“Uh…1997?” you stammered.
“Well, you must be paying more attention than you and I both think.” Your teacher then continued lecturing.
Honestly, the only reason you knew that was because of your Chinese friend Yao. He really missed his homeland so you listened to him whenever he ranted about the culture and history of China. Actu
China X Reader Moonlight in the Garden You shivered as you slipped the cool silk over your body. Who knew that silk could get so cold if you left it in your closet for the night? You glanced in the mirror and smiled a little. Chinese traditional clothing looked pretty good on you. You twirled a little so you could see how you looked from all angles. You had found a nice Chinese traditional dress shirt in (your favorite color) and pants in that same color that stopped three or four inches below your knees. You let your (long/short) (hair color) hair tumble down from its messy ponytail and made sure it looked presentable. Why were you getting all dressed up? Because Yao Wang, one of your best friends had invited you over to his house to spend time with him in his garden. His garden was one of your most favorite places in the world. It was so beautiful and ornate. It always smelled of jasmine and some other scent you couldn't describe, but it smelled wonderfully sweet. It was warm in the garden, but dChina X Reader Moonlight in the Garden2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
ChinaxReader~Request"(N)-(name) stop it!!" poor Yao Wang shouted to his devoius friend (your name), as she began to braid is medium-long dark brown hair.ChinaxReader~Request3 years ago in Humor More Like This
"But your hair is so long!" she cried, finishing up the braid, but suddenly realizing she didn't like it. So she redid it.
"My hair isn't that long!" Yao cried, getting into a standing position, the halfway done braid still in place.
"Don't move Yao!" (your name) cried, pulling him back down the ground. The chinese man sighed, as she finished up the braid and tied it.
"There. You can move now."
The chinese man finally stood and began to grumble to himself.
"This isn't funny.."
He felt something touching his adam's apple. He looked down to see (your name) looking at it.
"What are you doing aru?!" he cried, stepping back, and ended up falling onto a soft cusion. (Your name) took her chance, and sat quickly on his lap, casing heat to come the Yao's face.
"Your voice is so soft. Do you even have an adam's apple?" (your name) asked, touch all over the front o
Country X Reader: A Little Misfit (China)Halfway down the hall you heard footsteps behind you and turned around to see.....Country X Reader: A Little Misfit (China)3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You thought to yourself 'What does the happy little Yao want?' You admitted that you kind of liked him. He was funny, smart, sweet, and powerful. And of course, let's not forget adorable! He was in some of your classes and you had seen him talking with his friends before, and had always admired his chipper, happy-go-lucky mood.
You thought to yourself 'Uh oh....he was just in the class that I stormed out of....he probably thinks I'm a freak with anger issues now...great, just what I frikin need!'
You scowled at him and spatted “What do you want?”
He smiled despite your irritated tone and said “I'm in your class and just wanted to check on you, aru~!”
You frowned and said “What do you care? It didn't involve you, so don't waste you time.”
He kept that sweet smile on his face and said “Checking on you is not a waste of my time! I just want to
China x Reader - ShyChina x Reader - Shy2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You wanted so badly to just recoil behind Japan. But his no-touching policy kept you from doing so.
The Japanese man recenlty adopted you from a troubled home. For that, you were forever thankful twords him.
And recently...was speaking of the past week! You were still adapting from your old customs to the ones of the Japanese.
But there was one thing you grabbed easily; Japanese people were very polite and kind.
At the moment, Kiku and yourself were at the home of someone close to him, and who you'd never met before.
It wasn't that you were shy twords strangers. You were shy twords men that you thought were attractive.
Which was easy for girls to understand. You told Kiku once, and he just thought you were crazy.
But, you did like this man. He was really nice, and so adorable. He looked nice in a suit...
All of the stuff around his home was so interesting to you.
He lived with two other men, also Chinese. But one had something of an Anglo-Chinese accent, the other sounding a little Por
Capturing the Flag with Hetalia! ~ ChinaThis was going on forever.Capturing the Flag with Hetalia! ~ China2 years ago in Romance More Like This
The sun had just peaked under the horizon as you launched into your 34rd game. Allies were in the lead, 17 to 16.
The two groups refused to let the other have victory, so any time the Allies were ahead, the Axis demanded another game, and anytime they were in the lead, Alfred would call for another round "FOR THE SAKE OF DEMOCRACY!!!!".
You half-heartedly trudged through the woods as the game began, too tired to be competitive.
"I don't even care if my team wins anymore," You though, stifling a yawn, "I think I'll just let the guys work this one out on their own."
You stopped walking and plopped down on the forest floor. A blueish hue had fallen on the woods, and, as you sat there, you were awed by the beauty this time of day brought to the timber.
"I love it here." You sighed into the stillness.
"So do I, aru." The stillness sighed back.
You whipped your head around to revel Yao, stepping out from the shadow of an elm.
It suddenly occurred to you that you ha
Words to my Angel~ ChinaxReader [REQUEST!]Words to my Angel~ ChinaxReader [REQUEST!]3 years ago in Romance More Like This
I woke up to the sound of my phone vibrating. "Ugh aru..." I groaned and then slowly got up and reached for the phone and looked at the caller ID. It was Alfred. Why in the world was he calling me so early?
"Come quickly, to the hospital, dude, it's totally important!" I was suddenly awake, chills going down my spine.
"What's wrong, aru? Is it about _________?" I said as I scrambled to get some decent clothes on.
"Yes it's---bzzzt-" I lost connection with him. I stared at the phone for a minute and then shook my head to get my bearings back together. After all, it was about __________.
I had to see her! Who knows what might happen I thought with dread.
At that, I got my clothes on and tied up my hair into a messy ponytail. No time to look good, I had to get to ____________ before it was was I didn't even want to think of the possibilities. I tried to keep my emotions under check as I ran out to my car and started to drive to the hospital.
China x Reader - Missing PandaChina x Reader: Missing PandaChina x Reader - Missing Panda2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Kiku! Leon! Help, aru!"
The duo called rushed to the teary-eyed, frantic Chinese, confused.
"W-What is it?", Leon asked gently.
"M-My panda, aru!", Wang Yao cried, sobbing. "He's gone! I can't find him!"
"E-ermm.... Where was the last time you saw it?", Kiku asked with a frown.
"I-I think the park... Or here, aru...?", he murmured softly in response. Then he quickly shot up and ran to the park(After quickly slipping on his flats, of course) to search for his panda, leaving the two absolutely confused.
Unknown to Wang Yao, there was already someone who found his precious panda first.
"Eh? Aww~! How cute!"
Yep. It was you.
You picked up the panda plushie and hugged it with an innocent smile, obviously pleased of what you have found. Walking towards a bench and siting down gracefully, you set the panda on your lap carefully and pulled out a lollipop from your ba
ChinaxReader - Smile for MeOne of the the saddest sights for China was seeing a frown on your normally cheerful face.ChinaxReader - Smile for Me4 years ago in Romance More Like This
He just couldn't stand it.
You deserved to be happy all the time!
And it frustrated him. Not only because he preferred seeing your smiling face, but also because he felt as if he was failing the role of 'boyfriend.' (Of course, being as old as China is, one would feel out of their element with this subject.)
It made him feel out of balance with you, something he hated with a passion.
He made up his mind.
China was going to get you to at least crack a grin before the sun set.
It was a challenge he would not pass up.
Later in the afternoon, you found yourself mopping around on one of China's exotic couches.
You just were not feeling yourself lately.
After all, the amo
Hello Kitty [Hetalia: China x Reader]"You're too fat, aru! Eat less!"Hello Kitty [Hetalia: China x Reader]3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
You scowled at the Chinese man angrily for taking away your food AND calling you fat, even though you were truly the perfect weight for your height and age. The steaming bowl of ramen with the luncheon meat and the little green veggies looked so tempting except they were in Wang Yao's hand, which was across from you and too far to reach.
"Shut up," you snapped, finally trying to stretch and reach the bowl. "I'm hungry; give me back the freaking ramen!"
Wang clicked his tongue disapprovingly. "Respect your elders!"
"You're 4000 years old, but do I give a crap?"
"Respect your elders!" Wang shrieked as a mellow Hong Kong appeared behind him, snatching away the bowl and placing it in your open hand; he walked away while giving you a small wave. You grinned at him and slurped up some noodles.
"Quit making that noise," Wang muttered, defeated. You just slurped louder.
"Ni gei wo ting!"  Wang shouted, taking out his messed-up Hello Kitty doll and thre
Annoying little siblings - ChinaxReader"Come on, _______! Play with me! I promise I'll be nice this time!" Your younger sister begged.Annoying little siblings - ChinaxReader3 years ago in Romance More Like This
"NO!" You yelled, not caring if your folks heard and got mad at you for refusing her. This was the third time she had made this promise to you about playing house, and there was no doubt in your mind that given the chance, she'd break it a third time.
"Pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase?" she asked, giving you puppy dog eyes. They may have worked before, but not this time.
"I said no!"
"No, no, no, NO! I am not playing house or anything with you again! But you wanna know what I am gonna do? I'm going to go to my friend Yao's house until I cool off!" You yelled, grabbing your backpack.
"I'm telling!" She threatened.
"Go ahead! Then I have an excuse to stay longer!" You shot back, grabbing some clothes. "Mom, Dad, I'm staying the night at Yao's!"
"Okay bear, have fun!"
You gave a trium
China x ReaderChina x Reader2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You hung out with Alfred at M*Ronalds, eating, talking and laughing. Recently you had been hanging out with him a lot, only because you wanted to hide your feelings from another nation. Yao, or otherwise known as China.
The reason you did hide your feelings was because you thought for sure that he had no interest in you. And of course you were a little bit afraid of rejection. So you avoided him simply, not even making eye contact with him.
What you didn't know was that Yao did love you. He had actually fallen in love with you the first time he saw you. But seeing how he saw you with Alfred all the time, made him a bit jealous. He thought the both of you were together now.
Yao then planned to invite you over, and there he would tell you his true feelings. Whether you were in a relationship or not. Or whether you liked him or not. Though he himself felt a bit nervous, but he did have experience with women, so he was not sure why he was nervous in the first place.
ChinaxReader: Love at First CrashYour car was pushed forcefully to the side by an oncoming car. The airbag deployed and you felt the large pillow collide with your face. Muffled curses came from the driver’s seat as you attempted to get out of the car.ChinaxReader: Love at First Crash2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Managing to get out the car you gasped a huge breath of air. “Oi!” you called out to the driver who had hit your car. “What the hell did you do to my ca-.” You stopped dead when you saw your car. Turning to the driver you glared.
The crazy driver who had hit your car was just stumbling out of his own car.
“Do you need glasses or something?” you shouted to the Chinese male.
You marched right up to him, “You hit me!”
He blushed slightly and stuttered out, “R-really, aru?”
“YES! You ran your stop sign and hit me right in the side!” you growled, “I hope you have really, really good insurance buster.”
“Y-yes…I mean I do, aru!”
Stomping your fo
New Things: China x ReaderPlease forgive me for talking about American Chinese cuisine, and not anything authentic. I’m from America, horribly cultured, and ashamed of it. And the requester had something fun planned for all of you out there with rangoons which are an American Chinese food thing. Just assume his family has been in America for a while. And you’re there too. Omigosh, I’m sorry... Or maybe that... fruk it, don’t like, don’t read. I’m American, I should have more culture, I know that. But I’m too broke to go anywhere. So unless someone wants to send me money through the internet to help me escape the country, you’ll have to deal with my ignorance of the world. At least I admit it...New Things: China x Reader2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Come on, _____! I know you’ll love it!” your friend Yao tried to get you to go to his family’s restaurant.
You shook your head, “You can’t know that. I’ll get there, and I’ll feel obligated to eat everything j
My Good Luck Charm! ChinaxReaderMy Good Luck Charm! ChinaxReader2 years ago in Romance More Like This
“Mommy… mommy… where are you?” you cried as you wandered a big and unrecognizable street. You had been walking with her until you got distracted by the pretty paper kites and lanterns that a store was selling. You began to get scared... no one was helping you.
Would you ever be able to find your mommy again?
You soon somehow found a big pond with golden fish. Over here, it was quiet. There was barely anyone around. You saw a statue of a big man with a big round belly. He looked happy, and kind of like Santa Clause, except he was bald. You sat down next to him and asked him, “Mister, can you help me find my mommy?”
“Are you lost -aru?” you heard a boys voice come from behind you. You turned around to suddenly see a giant panda.
“AHH the panda’s talking!!!” you screamed in fear and hid behind the big man, hoping he could protect you.
The panda laughed. “I’m no panda -aru…” he took of his head
China x Reader: The adorable youChina x Reader: The adorable you2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
China x Reader – The adorable you
Yao felt the cellphone in his pocket vibrate, startling him, and almost making him drop the boxes he was carrying, a cloud of dust lifting of the paperboard when he put it on the floor. Not exactly the best way to do a cleaning. Sneezing, he didn’t even check the visor of the small machine before picking up, fighting a running nose at the same time.
-Hello? – His voice came out a bit off and he held up another sneeze, giving a nasty stare to the boxes while speaking.
-Oh, hi, Yao. – [f/n] said, in an almost surprised tone, as if she didn’t expected for him to pick up, or as if she wasn’t the one calling him in the first place. He felt himself smile, despite that. The girl was his friend for many years by now, so many that he didn’t even bothered counting them anymore, instead he felt happy to every new one that was added to the lost sum. And that clumsy and somehow lost way the girl had was something that he wa
China X Reader - SunburnedYou rested your head against the cherry oak desk, in total misery.China X Reader - Sunburned3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Today was the sixth day on your week long vacation to China to visit your friend, Yao.
You had been having a great time with your Chinese friend. Sadly, he couldn't get time off his job of taking tourists through Changbai Mountain. Refusing to let that take away your time with him, you accompanied him on every one of his trails, traveling the same path over and over, so you could be with him.
The only problems you had faced up until now were some sore legs and a couple of burrs on your shoes.
Unfortunately for you, five days of solid sunshine did not go without its consequences. That coupled with your thin shirt material and no sunscreen left you with a terrible sunburn all over your back as well as across the bridge of your nose and cheeks.
In all honesty, you really didn't even like hiking. If it were any other person, you would have left them to the wilderness and relaxed at the Angsana Spa. But Yao wasn't just anyon