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Chapter 333: Fighting Over Becoming her ‘Younger Brother’
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Peng Yan did not know what to say anymore. After a while, he forced some words out. “What kind of psychotic monster is she? Five years old… Seven years old… Is she leaving anything for the rest of us?”
Lu Qi was greatly confused. Indeed, the person that made Young Master Lu call them personally to make arrangements for her turned out not to be ordinary. Recalling his past impression of Gu Mang, Lu Qi felt very embarra.s.sed.
Peng Yan calmed down and coughed. “Uh, Brother Qi, I shall follow Ms. Gu tomorrow? You can go and look for the Miracle Doctor.”
Lu Qi looked at him expressionlessly. “Why should I make things easy for you, give me a reason.”
Peng Yan was speechless. Brother Qi, that’s not how you put it the day before…
At the President’s House.
Sen Te pulled open the car door respectfully and waited to a side. “Second Miss, welcome home.”
A girl in a yellow dress got out of the car and looked at the girl who got out from the other side of the car. “Yin Yin, this is my home.”
Gu Yin looked at the magnificent buildings in front of her in disbelief. So this was the President’s House…
In that moment it was as if her brain had been struck by lightning. She should have guessed earlier.
On the way in there were armed guards standing around with about ten security gates on the road. There were rounds and rounds of checking in that were really annoying. The security system was very strict.
In all of Country K, only the President’s House had such strict security.
Then, she noticed the way that everyone was treating An An. It was easy to tell that An An was the Second Miss of the President’s House.
But didn’t Joston only have one daughter named Noelle? Why would…
Gu Yin stood rooted to the ground like a block of wood and she looked at the President’s House in front of her in shock. She actually knew the daughter of Country K’s president.
Seeing that her friend was in shock, An An spoke up shyly. “Yin Yin, you wouldn’t blame me for hiding my ident.i.ty, right?”
The girl’s voice rang up Gu Yin’s years.
Gu Yin’s eyelids twitched and she regained her senses. She clenched her fists and tried to not let her expression look so stiff. She also tried to stop her voice from shaking as she said, “Nope.”
An An looked at Gu Yin and thought for a while. Then, she walked beside her and put her arm around Gu Yin’s. “Don’t be nervous. Although my dad is president, he is very easygoing.”
Gu Yin looked startled and she forced a smile on her face. With a soft voice she said, “I was a little shocked at first but I am much better now.”
“That’s good.” An An smiled and expressed that she understood. “You said that you wanted to visit Country K to look for Professor Kang, right? Professor Kang is here as well.”
Gu Yin hummed softly. “Thank you, An An.”
“No worries, we’re friends after all.” An An held her hand and led her into the President’s House.
Gu Yin looked at her in a robotic manner. Her eyes were slightly droopy. Her expression was unclear. Joston did not reveal the existence of this daughter but the President’s House was very respectful towards An An. It was clear that An An was well respected at home. Her position in the President’s House must surely be high.
On the first day in the medical organization she had seen the inequality in the medical organization with her own eyes. It was a place with a clear hierarchy system. The higher the mentor’s level was, the more rights the students had and the more they could learn.
As to whether the students would be accepted by highly skilled mentors, it depended on their own capabilities.
The students who did not have high level mentors to support them got by rather miserably in the medical organization and they were almost just there to do ad hoc work. They did not have much of a right to speak up.
There were a few mentors who were outside of the top 50 who wanted to take her in but she did not want them. The people at the medical organization said that Yu Zhongjing had not appeared for almost half a year. When he would return was anyone’s guess.
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