Do You Remember My Name?


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Hai Xiu has a slight social disorder.

After he transfered school, his new teacher tried to help him to treat it slowly by giving him the task of sending and receiving homework and test paper from his fellow classmates. Although Hai Xiu has communication problem, he still stumbled around trying his best to do so. However, he accidentally misplaced the test paper of the school’s resident “bad student”

And thus, started their sweet story together…

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Nhớ Ra Tên Tôi Chưa?
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09/09/19 Asian Hobbyist c41
04/22/19 Shem’s Translation c40
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Shem rated it
February 25, 2018
Status: Completed
I'll be bias here since I'm translating it. XD its full of fluff. A toot-rotting fluff.

The MC is too adorable and the ML is too caring, that's why I don't know who to take home, the MC or the ML. Hahaha!

I didn't regret taking this one even though it is really hard to MTL it orz But anyway, I love the two so much. You guys should give it a try~
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Kikiji rated it
April 13, 2018
Status: c8
This story is well translated so a big thank you to the translator and editor for their good work.

I love the main character and his current teacher, both of whom are types of characters that are either poorly portrayed or rarely seen in these kinds of stories so it was somewhat refreshing and gladdening. I haven't found anything noticably bad about the story itself so under normal circumstances, I would continue reading.

However I don't think I can stand the ML's behavior for much longer. He just toes the line of... more>> discomfort for me and I think he might start jumping over it soon so I'm pulling out while I'm ahead.

It's great that he cares for the MC, but his actions have already made me uncomfortable on several instances. Though being overbearing and slightly unreasonable are traits commonly found in Chinese romance MLs, the ML tops it off by lying even when he doesn't have to (a compulsive liar perhaps?) and he decieves the MC frequently (albeit with no maliciousness). I stopped reading once this happened:


The ML swapped the MC's medication with calcium pills and another similar type of pill I think? It was done with good intentions because the ML believes the medicine the MC currently takes for his social anxiety can be harmful to the body (though I wonder if he found that out through Google/Baidu or something). However as someone who isn't knowledgeable about that area of study, he shouldn't have done that, especially without the knowledge of the patient (or even trying to discuss it with him to get it done through the appropriate channels). It's just wrong and (potentially) dangeous on so many levels. (Has he ever heard of withdrawal symptons? Does he understand how frightening it would be to experience that and have no idea why? His doctors would also be under the misconception that he's been on that medication ans plan accordingly. And that's only a small part of it.) If I read further, maybe I'll find out something that would soften the blow. But as of now this is how I see it.


He's way too incredibly willful. His first reaction was to do something himself without anyone knowing rather than oh I don't know telling him hey I'm worried about how this medicine is dangerous for you to take.
I just really don't want to stick around to find out what else he'll get up to. (He's already driving without a license on top of everything else.) I guess, if anything, the ML's actions are very in-character and it's nice to see how flawed he is. It gives him an extra dimension. However if the author never shows the consequences for his actions and flaws, then I'll have to lower my evaluation on that part.

This story is pretty good and has potential. But personally, this type of ML really doesn't appeal to me. <<less
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namio rated it
December 1, 2018
Status: c38
When I first saw the premise, I was rather surprised. As someone who is both vocal about mental health and suffering from debilitating social anxiety, I know that there's actually a lot of people who don't believe social anxiety is a thing. I was even more surprised AND pleased with the first 20 or so chapters, because it's a surprisingly kind and sincere depiction of it-- the entire bit about not wanting to ask his deskmate to move so he can go to the bathroom, the chilling fear of being... more>> made to hand tests-- those were great. The ML also started out as a really nice guy, the sort who both doesn't seem to judge and isn't really an enabler of the avoidance behavior.

But then it gets... weird.

As the other reviewer mentioned, some of the ML's actions are... questionable, to say the least.


Swapping your friend's anxiety medications for ANYTHING is really really not okay and sudden withdrawals of these kinds of medications can be extremely dangerous, and missing a dose is also something multiple doctors warned me against. So while the ML is understanding in some aspects, in the end you really do get the vibe that they're not taking social anxiety seriously. It's really a shame, because the MC is so relatable. He deserves his problems to be seen as valid and he definitely deserves getting that dose of anti-anxiety medication.

I feel like after they got together, the ML gets more and more... outlandish? In a strange way. They basically move in together, but I can't help but remember that they're in high school. It feels like there's a clash between the realism of the setting, especially the school sections, and the grand romantic gestures. Might just be me though.


But yeah. It's not quite a dealbreaker yet for me, though, so this rating isn't final. <<less
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Kirill rated it
April 13, 2020
Status: c44
This could have been an easy 4 or 5 stars for me.

I like the romance & interactions between the MC & ML. Not much drama as well.

Until I got to the parts where ML changed MC's prescripted medicines without telling MC about it.

That triggers me to dislike ML's action. I know his intention for MC is good. But he executed it in the WORST possible way he can.

You just don't mess with others medicine like that, you never ever do that to anyone. Especially to somebody you love.
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ayyshadow rated it
January 30, 2018
Status: Completed
Fluff, fluff, and fluff.

One of the fluffiest stories that I've ever read. I swear I love the couple in this. They are just perfect for each other.

First of all, don't expect any major and heavy plot from this story, you won't really get it here. This is more like a slice of life romance story, with the focus being their daily life together. You'll get to witness how their feelings grow and their love blossoms as they spend their time together day by day.

And gosh I love the ML! He... more>> is so understanding and caring right from day one. Everything he did feels like they were done with MC's utmost well-being in mind. Ugh I want one of him! If only guys like him are real. *Sighs* <<less
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Eqdo8490 rated it
January 28, 2021
Status: c69
Hello! Super late here, but I'm the new CG translator for Do You Remember Your Name, Soulless!

The reason why I'm giving this only 4/5 stars instead of a full 5, is, as many have pointed out before, the problematic behavior of the ML when he decides to switch out the MC's anxiety pills. Though he thought the MC was getting better, and believed he didn't need them anymore, it's definitely not okay to touch anybody's medication without their permission, or stop taking your medications without a doctor's approval. Another reason... more>> I'm giving this a 4 is just because of my own pickiness! I don't think I'm quite at the level of translation that I think would be able to fully express the novel's meanings, but I'm at least decent, and always trying to get better!

Aside from that, I really like this novel! It's fluffy and sweet, and includes many squeal-inducing moments! I hope anyone will love this novel just as much as me~ <<less
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Hades97 rated it
November 24, 2020
Status: --
Read this a while back and while I love (truly) the author's other works (FOG, In quest of honor mine)... This one distinctly left a bad taste in my mouth. As far as I recall and like what other reviews have mentioned, the depiction and premise of social anxiety is pretty good (for the first part) but I don't feel like the author or the characters took it seriously. I did not appreciate the ML at all. The parts where he tries to push him out of his boundaries and... more>> try him constantly gives ME, the reader, an insane amount of discomfort and stress. Dropped it like a hot rock. Be there for your friends/loved ones who have social anxiety. Support them, be there for them but don't take it upon yourself as the uninformed and inexperienced to challenge them to "do more" to make yourself feel good. <<less
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August 12, 2021
Status: c8
As someone who used to have severe social anxiety and now mild with the help of extensive therapy and medical treatment, I really could not get past that pill swapping chapter. It made me so anxious to read about someone with my conditions having his medication swapped out unknowingly. People don't know how they work and though I am on the minimal dose now and not taking it regularly, it's still there for me when I need it. If the same thing had happened to me at the time, I... more>> would have reverted back into my anxious ways all the while thinking medication was no longer working and that would've pulled me down the rabbit hole of self-doubt and depression. I once consciously stopped medication when I thought I could handle it and a few months later felt myself hesitating on decisions involving social situations that stopped me from living a normal life. That was my cue that I had stopped a bit too abruptly. I resumed for a little while before slowly stopping again but having a few on hand "just in case".

If I get over it someday, I might come back to read it, so I'm not gonna put down a rating, since this is a personal issue of mine. I'm just putting this here as a warning for those of you who may have similar experiences! It may have put me off for good 😅 <<less
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Reyleisha rated it
September 1, 2021
Status: Completed
Rating: 3/5- a pretty okay story, simple however inaccurately portrays social phobia and the seriousness of it which dampened the read for me.

If you're reading this for fluff then you'll enjoy it. If mental illness triggers you, then this may not be a suitable read. There are many tropes used in this story that warps the concept of mental illness and ptsd caused by socially incited trauma. Of course the biggest taboo of the story was highlighted in many reviews: non-consensual tampering of medication.

Another massive peeve is how the author... more>> creates a character with so called social phobia but did not write his personality or behaviour traits in remote consistent with said Psychological diagnosis? The MC is on serious medication but nowhere does it state he goes for regular therapy whilst on this meds to monitor his progress. His triggers that caused the ptsd are never raised or addressed ever again and he shows no resistance in line with social phobia whilst in social situations. All because the ML is his knight in shining armour. How disappointing. I wanted to like this story, but felt immensely disturbed by the MLs manipulative behaviour. I personally couldn't find their relationship healthy due to the dependency the MC eventually formed for the ML. The MC ended up not making any friends outside of the ML, he didn't have a social life, he hardly even increased interactions with his family. Throughout the story his "healing" is defined solely by his relationship with the ML and no one seems to find this weird? Or unhealthy?

I've said this in a previous review with an MC if similar mental health: LOVE DOES NOT CURE ILLNESS.

Mental, physical, emotional- you name it. It's all fine and well to read a story for lighthearted moments but this author really did not pay attention to the subject matter she based the entire novel on, which was really unpleasant.

Overall- a book filled with potential and a topic that could have excelled if researched and completed faithfully, unfortunately all you're left with is a flat, trope like novel with very 2D characters and subtle manipulation and toxicity until the end. <<less
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June 12, 2022
Status: c27
I really can't continue reading this....

First of all, the ML keeps lying. Even in small things, he keeps lying. The MC has anxiety and I think he needs a friend to trust for him to slowly get over his anxiety. Moreover, even after the MC found out that the ML was lying, or just teasing him as they like to put it, he just brushes it off. If my classmate who I just got close to lied to me and I have social anxiety, I would feel like that person... more>> is making fun of me because I would have overthink. They were only small, harmless lies but it gets so frequent that even I noticed even though I don't pay attention to details.

Second, the medicine switching. PLEASE DON'T DO THIS IN REAL LIFE. THERE'S A THING CALLED CONSENT. I would have dropped this story when this happened but I persevered and continued. My impression of the ML just keeps getting lower. It was said later on that he consulted a doctor before buying the medicine but surely the doctor did not agree to changing the medicine without the patients knowledge and without even personally checking the patient.

Third, the dean. I don't know if anyone else thinks like me or I just think like this because our school has different rules but the dean is so exaggerating. Our dean isn't even in our school most of the year lol. The compulsory night self study is harsh. I heard most boarding schools in china has night self study til 10 and it's okay for me since if I study in a boarding school I would have preferred to study than get bored. But their school has students who don't live in or near the school. It would be dangerous for students to go home at 10. I don't study in a boarding school and our classes ends at 5 (for junior and senior high school) with 1 hour cleaning and other club activities and the school gate is punctually closed at 6 because our school is worried that we might get in an accident when it's night. The dean has no consideration. Just because of a love letter. I think the author ran out of ideas on how to take them to the next stage lol

Fourth, teacher ni. I really love this teacher and I love how she looks after her students but I hate how she discloses her students sensitive information. She shouldn't have told the ML about the mc's anxiety when she knows the MC doesn't want anyone to know about it. AGAIN, THERE'S A THING CALLED CONSENT AND CONFIDENTIALITY. Maybe it's also just the author's way of making it easier for the MC and ML to get close to each other

Fifth, he hao the ml's friend. I understand that it was hard for him to accept that his friend is gay but I hate how he said he would 'make his friend go back the right path'. I didn't continue reading so I don't know if it was ever said that he was just concerned or simply homophobic.

This story is good for some mindless reading but there are better stories out there so if you want stories that actually have volume, find something else. <<less
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twobada rated it
August 1, 2021
Status: c1
This reads like an inexperienced girl's daydream but we read for the fluff, not for the art.
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JuneV rated it
January 24, 2022
Status: Completed
f*ckING GOOD!! The best boyfriend of the year goes to ML.

This ML, my god. If you want to learn "A 100 ways to flirt and court smoothly", he is the best person to ask. He is just smooth as butter and captured MC in his arms and heart. MC is one of the most adorable character I have ever read. He is just like a little squirrel sometimes, too good for heart to read.

I just love the way ML liked and treated MC. He often says MC is a rare... more>> treasure he picked up and his actions are also the same as someone who would treat and protect their treasure of life. Who said that this novel is dragged? Excuse me, this is what comfort when the relationship progresses steadily and becomes stronger with daily interactions rather than with plot jumps and bloody drama.

This novel is A PSYCHOLOGICAL COMFORT I swear! ! They are medicine for each other's problems. If you like Hua Cheng from TGCF, you'll like this ML too. Both are black bellied somewhat and they'll never hurt their lover at any point, giving their all to their love. ML is mini version of Hua Cheng. Black bellied but too good to MC.

There is a little setback with some medicinal problems here but I think the author didn't explain it clearly, so many complained about it. Other than that this novel is so so good. <<less
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secondthots rated it
August 7, 2021
Status: Completed
Get yourself a hot baddie who pushes himself to study hard just to go to the same college as you

This novel is pretty sweet and to the point. I prefer age-gap romances, but I appreciate a well-written school romance. I like the premise & I love more a romance that stars a studious student and a hot rebel. The pairing dynamic hooked me & I fell in love with the main CP. BUT I just have a bone to pick about the whole phobia situation. No spoilers or anything, but... more>> I think ML should've handled it differently than what he chose to do. Of course, you can also choose to just brush the details under the rug & call it day. Don't mull over the specifics because this novel felt like it was playing at 2.0x speed sometimes. If you turn off your brain & read it for the sake of fluff... yup that's exactly what you should do! <<less
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Pezwitch rated it
December 5, 2021
Status: Completed
This is a 3 star novel

The reason it’s only a 3 star is ... more>>

Because ML took it upon himself to secretly substitute vitamins for the MC anxiety meds

In my opinion this is abusive behavior. I object to the trope that “Love Fixes Everything” and also the false statement that anxiety is a mood and people should be able to just “get over it”

The med scenes only showed up a handful of times, and each time it brought me out of the story


The translators did a great job and it isn’t their fault the author wrote something I found objectionable, so - 3 ⭐️ for the story and an extra ⭐️ For the translators <<less
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jellyfishies rated it
July 24, 2021
Status: Completed
This was such a cute novel!!!! Although in many aspects, it was idealistic and fairy tale-esque, sometimes we need this kind of simple piece of pure fluff. There were many moments that really could have turned into angst, but the author navigated around all of those. This piece is sweet all the way through to the end. Aside from the meds thing that other comments have mentioned, the MC and ML have such a healthy relationship.

... more>>

the two got together pretty early on, around chapter 20 something if I remember correctly. However the author did a good job of somehow keeping me interested in the next 60 some chapters without any major plot twists or conflicts or tragedies.

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Luvli rated it
May 6, 2020
Status: c1
A perfect 10 in my book. Cute and fluffy. No unnecessary drama ?. This story was a breath of pure love after reading books with numerous villains and unneeded plot twist. It has a smooth flow. ML is highly attentive and dote heavily on MC.

DISCLAIMER: not for people hoping to dive into a unique plot with dramatic character development.
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MinervAthena rated it
February 25, 2019
Status: c39

The gong is a bit aggressive but he's actually a gentleman, and the shou has an anxiety disorder which explains his passive character. This is just the fluffiest novel and I couldn't help the smile on my face as I read it! It's so refreshing to read something like this amidst all the transmigration novels :D
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monokuma_xd rated it
June 29, 2022
Status: Completed
Pretty alright novel. Quite fluffy. But the relationship between MC and ML seems so... like ML always wants MC to be obedient more like a pet than a partner.


the medicine thing bothered t outta me like that’s not ok. The teacher telling ML about MC mental illness is so wrong and o me like no privacy

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hiryukaede rated it
April 9, 2018
Status: --
Its seems its gonna be good story, I'm gonna waiting this story',... Don't care for how long,.. as long its beatiful and good story, I'm gonna waiting until they translitor finish it,... Hehehe XD

I get feeling this gonna be awesome story', hope this story' not gonna be abonden later, couse im still reader and always waiting though, XD...
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Bbsnugs rated it
June 15, 2023
Status: Completed
This is such a sweet novel with no angst. The ML has got to be the best boyfriend ever, he has been so good to the MC from the very beginning. The MC is such a cutie. Love it when he likes to hide things of the ML. Love how to grow and change for the better for each other. Totally recommended.
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