Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain (Xue Shan Fei Hu) was first translated into English by Olivia Mok, with its second imprint published in 1996 (ISBN: 9622017339). Available on Amazon.com, reviews of Mok's work have been diverse.
While I do not wish to re-invent the wheel, I do feel that there may be wuxia enthusiasts and other readers who may wish to view a different version of the translation. Thus, I have made a sampler of Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain, consisting of about 1/8th of the text of Chapter 1. This sampler is available at: wuxiapedia.com.
I would appreciate it if you, the wuxia enthusiast and reader, could participate in the poll above and elaborate on your choice in this thread. All feedback and suggestions are welcome!
Many thanks in advance,
PS: For the uninitiated, Flying Fox of Snowy Mountain focuses on the events surrounding the demise of the Eastern Liao pugilist, Hu Yidao, and his wife, as well as the acts of his grown-up son, Hu Fei, in exacting revenge.