Synopsis: Ke Ying is an intelligent, talented lecturer at the Nanzhou University who is forced to help psychopath Feng Xiao Sheng gain real power within his corporation after he seeks revenge on her for assisting the police in destroying his previous gang. The street smart Xiao Wu is a police informant, and when he discovers Fu’s company is laundering money with foreign bank accounts, he befriends Ke Ying, and the two work together to destroy the criminal organization.
Not suitable for the viewing of children and under 15s as there are some violent scenes especially this one (apologies for the ads, I’m trying to find a more reputable site to upload it on.)
- The story of the blind men touching the elephant: This is a classical story with a moral behind it. Four blind men requested an audience with their king. When they were granted a meeting with the king they asked the king if it was possible for them to touch an elephant he had recently acquired because they were blind and would never be able to see a real one. The king granted their request and ordered for his elephant to be brought out. Each of the blind man touched a part of the elephant. The one who touched the trunk of the elephant said, “Oh an elephant must be like a tube.” The one who touched the ears of the elephant disagreed. “No, that’s not right, the elephant is flat and broad, like a fan.” When he said that, another blind man was unhappy. “You’re all wrong, the elephant is like a carrot.” Turns out he was touching the elephant’s tooth. The final blind man was unhappy with this conclusion too. “In my opinion, the elephant is like a wall, it’s thick, and wide.” Turns out that he was touching the elephant’s body. The moral of this story is not to analyze the situation with limited information and from just one perspective, otherwise the truth could be vastly different.
- White eyed wolves: People who are ungrateful and pay kindness with betrayal. This is because in Chinese culture, wolves are cold blooded and do not have any conscience.