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The story of Cinderella first appears in a Chinese book written in the 850s. A version of the story appears in almost every culture, across the world. The Chinese version is called Ye Xian.

The story of Cinderella first appears in a Chinese book written in the 850s. A version of the story appears in almost every culture, across the world. The Chinese version is called Ye Xian.

(Source: allfunandgames.ca)

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    Found it - the CBS Storybook version, about as old as I am. I’d link to it on YouTube, but holy racism, Batman!
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