FYC 114: The City’s West

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“Where is he now?” Tang Fan asked the posthouse worker.

“Censor Yang is in the posthouse and hasn’t left, waiting to be called over upon your return, Sir. He told this lowly one to wait here, and if I saw you come back, I was to first ask if you want to see him, then invite him over.”

Tang Fan nodded. “Go and bring him.”


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7 thoughts on “FYC 114: The City’s West

  1. Poor officials, they had such a comprehensive plan, with fake refugees, fake warehouses, real bribes… but instead of meeting a nice colleague who just doesn’t want to do his job and happily looks the other way, they got Tang Fan who has the strange idea that people’s life are important… Their perfectly good plan of making money by letting thousand people die is going to be ruined! Life is so unfair…
    I joke, but it’s almost too real in our current world…

    Thanks for the translation!

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  2. I know it’s pretty far-fetched, but I will laugh forever if Lu Lingxi is actually Sui Zhou in disguise. I’m actually torn between wanting to see that happen, and wanting to have Lu Lingxi be the catalyst to Tang Fan and Sui Zhou finally defining their relationship.

    Being able to read this novel is such a delight! Thanks for the translation!


  3. I hope Tang Fan can find a way to get them!

    Also…the flirting! Wonderful! Though I wonder what a certain Brocade Guard would say to that…

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