FYC 4: A Minor, Sixth-Rank Official

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As Qiu Jun had been one of the head authenticators of the provincial exam, he naturally became the respected teacher of that very batch of examinees.

Among the crowd of students, Tang Fan had gained the most of his good graces. Qiu Jun believed that if he industriously forged ahead in his studies, then his future accomplishments would be in no way inferior to his own. Thus, Tang Fan was accepted into his branch as a disciple, and this moment also became a tale that spread in Shilin.


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6 thoughts on “FYC 4: A Minor, Sixth-Rank Official

  1. ML is still not coming out?? I haven’t watched LA yet only because I’m afraid of the original novel would be felt light if I watch LA first, so I don’t know who is ML… Right until now, the story is showing off only MC right?


  2. As i read the chapters, i understand the drama more and more. This is why i am fond of novels because everything is detailed and explained. Tang Fan is sly, for me, after i read the last paragraph. Just a bit sad that the drama downplayed Tang Fan’s boldness. Actually, i see TF in the drama, although intelligent, but naive. And also timid, completely unlike this novel TF.


  3. Your note:
    Welcome to ancient patriarchal China, where 9 out of 10 men in power are DICKS.

    OR some have no dick . 🤣🤣🤣


    • LOL for a long time after reading this footnote!
      Chichi, bowing to you with great respect.
      Side note: I love it how Tang Fan is smart beyond expectation.


      • Only his intelligence was displayed in the drama but his slyness was downplayed.


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