Category Archive: Discussion Topics

In Candy Candy world, there exist many controversial topics for discussions or debates.

May 23 2016

Overwhelmed with emotions (Part 5)

Many thanks to my admin friend of the Facebook page, William Albert Andrew (el príncipe de la colina), for sending me this picture. ❤ ❤ This was an award given in 1978 to Candy Candy (TOEI Animation) as an excellent animation for children. Please correct me if I’m wrong. 🙂 Interestingly, only Candy and Prince on the Hill are …

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May 07 2016

Terry’s brief letter to Candy (Part 3)

It’s May 7th, Candy’s birthday! 😀 Regrettably, I don’t have time this year to do anything special to celebrate, but I did change my profile picture on my Facebook page, using parts of my drawing for Evelyn. 😀 Yet, let me share some good news with you all. locksleyu has recently published his unofficial translation (from Japanese to English) …

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Apr 18 2016

Terry’s brief letter to Candy (Part 2)

Remember in Part 1 I talked about Adele’s song, “Hello”? It’s the lyrics that inspired me to write this series even though I haven’t yet finished my other series, Overwhelmed with emotions. 😛 In addition to what I already mentioned in my previous post, these three lines from the song hit me as well: Hello, …

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Apr 08 2016

Terry’s brief letter to Candy (Part 1)

I suppose many of you have heard of the song “Hello” by Adele. ❤ It describes someone trying to call her ex whose heart she had broken years ago. She wanted to apologize for breaking his heart and for everything she had done. Yet, she couldn’t find this person even after many attempts. Guess what? …

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Mar 25 2016

Overwhelmed with emotions (Part 4)

First of all, have a blessed Easter, everyone! May God bless you all.  ❤ ❤ ❤ Have you seen this poster before? It’s little Candy with her prince. Originally, it was one of the inner posters published in the last volume (Volume 9) of the manga version, and the other inner poster shows a grown-up Candy leaning against Albert, …

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Feb 24 2016

Overwhelmed with emotions (Part 3)

Lately, as you probably have guessed, I’m tied up with real-life obligations. I can’t afford to update as often as I like, nor do I reply to your comments in a short time (but I’ll try my best to do so within a day or two). Anyway, I miss you guys, and here I am, writing a new post. 😀 …

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Feb 12 2016

Overwhelmed with emotions (Part 2)

In Candy Candy manga, the readers can tell that the three Ardlay boys, Anthony, Archie and Alistair (Stear), had all fallen for the orphan girl, Candy, even though none of them had ever kissed her on the lips. Only Anthony had given Candy a peck on the cheek, and neither Stear nor Archie had ever got to that …

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Feb 05 2016

Overwhelmed with emotions (Part 1)

Most Candy Candy fans might agree with me that Candy, the main heroine, was a strong-willed girl. She wouldn’t say yes just to appease anyone. For example, Neil asked her out twice, once in the hospital and once on the street. Candy disliked him so much that she flatly rejected him without giving him any false hope. However, …

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Jul 03 2015

The day her life changed (Part 4)

As explained in More than words (Part 1), Candy’s mental letter to Anthony in the epilogue of Candy Candy Final Story (CCFS) might occur before she wrote a long reply to Albert after her day trip to Lakewood with him. Please read the aforementioned post for details, but this time, I’d like to focus on Candy’s letter to Anthony …

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Jun 23 2015

The day her life changed (Part 3)

This picture, Illustrated by Yumiko Igarashi, was captured from Volume II of the old Candy Candy novel, the novelization of the manga version, published on 24/11/1978. This is the first page to introduce Chapter II of the old CC novel. The poem was written by the author of Candy Candy, Keiko Nagita (名木田 恵子), her official name being Kyoko Mizuki. (Thanks again to …

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