Your Majesty Please Calm Down


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As an eunuch, Tian Qi’s ba zi* was harder than diamond-plated gold drill. Although her ba zi easily brought an end to three consecutive masters, the Emperor was not afraid to be the next casualty and got her to serve at Qian Qing Palace.

Although His Majesty looked like a handsome gentleman, his behavior was more like a hooligan. Once, the Emperor touched Tian Qi’s lower abdomen and started to wonder at the amazing flatness of the area…

*八字 a Feng Shui term that refers to one’s date and time of birth, or the destiny that one is born with

Your Majesty Please Calm Down average rating 4.3/5 - 74 user ratings
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Nom de Plume
Nom de Plume rated it
May 23, 2016
Status: c3
I recommend that potential readers check out the first few chapters of To Be a Virtuous Wife before reading this. These two stories share the same vocabulary that is unique to the Imperial Palace. I recommend another story because that translation provides really good footnotes and explainations. Even if you are already familiar with terms such as nucai and know the titles for the different concubines, I still recommend it in order to give this translation time to go beyond three chapters.

The story:
Tian Qi is a servant in the... more>> imperial palace. It is hard to tell at this point, but I think Tang Qi is also a woman disguising as a man so that she can have the better paying and trusted position as a eunuch. Every master she has served has treated her well (?) only to die a tragic death. Her latest master has died in childbirth leading to some unexpected encounters with the Emporer himself. As a story it seems pretty solid with potential for mystery, intrigue, and forbidden romance.

The quality:
The translator seems to be translating as an exercise to improve their English, mainly relying on a machine translator and dictionary. The sentences are a little choppy as a result. Unfortunately, the story is placed in the imperial palace which means that there are a large amount of phrases and titles that do not translate into english well. Either of these are not a real problem but together it makes it very difficult to understand what is going on. There is significant improvement from chapter one to chapter three, so I'm definately not giving up on the translator yet. :) The one star reviews are probably because of this issue. <<less
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valerierose rated it
March 7, 2017
Status: c63
This is one of the funniest stories I have ever read. The MC is a girl masquerading as an eunuch and after a series of events, ends up serving the Emperor. She's witty and charming but also naive. In the end, she ends up capturing the attention of the ML, the emperor.

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MC uses her wits to get out of sticky situations. Two of her favorite tricks is to pretend to be sick (her eunuch friend is from a medical background) and to tell the emperor that she likes him. Of course that backfires on her in the end!


The emperor isn't your typical ML. Sure, it's clear that he's smart, capable, and by all accounts, ruthless (unless it comes down to the MC of course) but he's also quirky and as the MC likes to think, prone to bouts of craziness because his mood fluctuates so often whenever he's around the MC. His struggle dealing with his 'homos*xuality' is absolutely hilarious.

There are times the book does end up making you blush, if you know what I mean.


The emperor starts getting wet dreams about the MC and there are instances of masturbation. Even during those instances, you can't help laugh because of how the scenes were written. It's hilarious that his endearment for the MC is "little pervert" while the MC thinks of him as a "big pervert".


The supporting characters are also very endearing. The MC's friends and the second lead are always supportive and there's even a turtle involved! The MC has many adventures with her group of friends and the ML's son so that even without the ML, the story is still interesting and a page turner.

Everything moves quickly and conflicts are resolved quickly. Overall it's a very easy, light read that I highly, highly recommend. <<less
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willwiz rated it
October 14, 2016
Status: Completed
Highly highly recommended.

For a lighthearted romance novel, this story is basically perfect.

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The only thing that can be considered a drawback is probably the author's fetish for making the male lead question his s*xuality and aided masturbation. Hey at least its pretty damn funny.

Tian Qi is a stunning looking girl who's disguising as an enunch in the royal palace. The original reason and her identity is slowly revealed during the story. However, due to her greed and another hidden reason, she missed her opportunity to leave and was stuck serving the emperor even though her two previous masters died.

The story explores her relationship developed with the people she meet, problems arising from her current identity and her beauty, and a variety of hilarious situations she fell into, while solving the mystery about her past.

Although, there are some tragic and tense situations, the story has a happy and generally lighthearted tone. It does not attempt to envoke any overly emotional response and is not very dramatic. The various situations she faces are generally solved quickly and logically.

The story has a very nice pace and is very well written. It is a pretty fun and casual read throughout.

This story is followed in sequel by "Tiao Xiao Ling" which is also pretty good. No translation though.

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fan63 rated it
June 19, 2017
Status: c6
This novel is one that presents a look at the complexities of living as a servant in the palace. It not just a matter of whether you can effectively service your royals. But also how you can avoid the intrigue and back biting issues of the royals and their subordinates and retain your life. Especially if you are a cross dressing eunuch. Read this novel and take a ride that will have you giggling, crossing your brows and worrying if the main character will make it through the day safely.
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faye_chan rated it
May 24, 2016
Status: --
The story is very light hearted and funny. The English translation isn't bad, the grammar is a bit off.

I read this as a Vietnamese translation, the Viet title is "Be ha xin tu trong". The translation is complete and the grammar is pretty good.
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DeanRae rated it
May 14, 2016
Status: --
WHY IS THE VOTE COUNT SO LOW???!!! The grammar might be bad but at least it's still readable, at least more readable than similar stories with bad grammar, that still get heaps of good votes. Anyways, if you can get past the grammar the story is actually very interesting
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