It should be written like this: "Joe watered the garden; however, the plants did not grow". Or you could eliminate the semicolon altogether and use a comma as in: "Joe watered the garden, but the plants did not grow."
This sentences uses a semicolon; the semicolon joins two complete sentences.
No, a semicolon marks only the end of a clause, not the end of a sentence.
Wang Jin was born in 700.
An interesting inciting incident
because he's not wearing shoes
Give them a reason to care about the characters and the story
He asks Amelia out on a date.
ask melanie out on a date (apex)
5 pillars of gold were actual his fingers
Danny is visited by Chin-Kee.
it reduced the way african states can resist europeans
(Apex) "Dominic leaves his umbrella at home, even though the weather report says it might rain."
He is not wearing any shoes.
He is not wearing shoes
In American born Chinese why doesnt Danny ask melanie out on a date?
He has the Monkey King's name carved into his finger