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Synopsis: Zheng Wei is known as the jade faced Fei Long, and true to her nickname she goes off to study at the same university as her childhood crush Lin Jing in her pursue of love. Unfortunately by the time she hears from him again, he’s already gone to study abroad. But after lamenting for a bit, Zheng Wei soon heals and makes friends with her roommates and finds a new crush, her senior Chen Xiao Zheng. Unfortunately shortly after they fall in love, he too leaves to study abroad.
Several years later, Lin Jing and Chen Xiao Zheng enters back into her life again. And after a series of challenges and life changing experiences, she learns to make better choices in life and in love.
- People needs face, a tree needs bark: It’s a part of a saying that goes, people needs face, a tree needs bark, if one does not have face, they are invincible but if a tree loses it’s bark it will die. In this case, “face” is equivalent to the feeling of shame. If someone does not have the ability to feel shame, no-one can stand them.
- A Phoenix guy: Sometimes used as an insult, sometimes as praise. It describes the type of guy who works very hard, studies very hard and then does everything they can to remain (and work) in the city. They usually suffer though a lot of hardship, like a phoenix before they are given a new successful rebirth just like a phoenix. They’re usually frugal, hard working, practical but can also be very sensitive and often feels inferior to those who come from better backgrounds too. They must have come from humble background and be intelligent, be very successful in their careers. The insult lies as they may still have habits that they picked up during their humble lifestyle, (being mean and stingy), being over sensitive to things and reacting badly to them and that some may choose to marry girls from the city or rich heiresses to improve their situation.
- Fixing a hole by removing the plaster from another wall: the English equivalent will be robbing Paul to pay Peter. Using a short term resolution to fix a problem but doesn’t fix the problem at all in the long run