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Chapter 791: Trinity Inst.i.tute
Ren Xiaosu did not tell w.a.n.g Shengzhi about his conversation with Lingling.
For some reason, he believed Lingling was not that simple. There were probably some lies in its conversation with him. The only thing that puzzled him was that the other party seemed to really know some secrets of his.
Ren Xiaosu and Yang Xiaojin did not continue living in Stronghold 61. Since they had a new task now, they wanted to finish it quickly.
Moreover, according to the Great Hoodwinker, Kong Erdong was already planning to put the blame on w.a.n.g Yun so he could answer to the Kong Consortium’s frontline soldiers.
After all, the Kong Consortium had even lost one stronghold at the front lines. If there were no one to take responsibility for it, it would probably be very difficult to convince the ma.s.ses.
After all, the Kong Consortium had lost more than 20,000 soldiers in just half a month. These soldiers had family and friends, and some of them were even members of the Kong clan. Kong Erdong would have to sacrifice someone to appease everyone’s anger. Although Kong Erdong was the Kong Consortium’s leader, it did not mean he could disregard everyone’s grumblings.
However, Ren Xiaosu and Yang Xiaojin would definitely not head straight to the Kong Consortium just like that. Would Ren Xiaosu simply drop his guard because he wanted to rescue w.a.n.g Yun?
It was not like w.a.n.g Yun was Yan Liuyuan anyways.
Inside Stronghold 64, a convoy of vehicles were driving toward the gate.
There were seven vehicles in the convoy with two or three people sitting within each of the five vehicles at the front. These people were all wearing gla.s.ses and looked very refined.
An elderly person around the age of 60 was part of the convoy, and he looked like the oldest among them. There were also some people who looked younger in their early twenties.
There was only one woman in the entire convoy and she looked rather young. She was sitting in the front pa.s.senger seat in one of the vehicles and reading a book.
A young man was rambling about something behind her, but the girl remained indifferent throughout.
At this moment, the convoy was stopped at the gate by a young man and a young woman. They looked like they were worn out from their journey.
The elderly person in the car asked, “Get out and ask them what’s the matter.”
Before anyone could get out of the vehicle, the young man headed straight over to them with an envelope in hand. The elderly person looked through the window and saw the young man knocking on it enthusiastically.
After he rolled the window down, the young man said excitedly, “You must be Mr. w.a.n.g Jing. I have a recommendation letter from Mr. Cao Qingju. The two of us will accompany you to the Kong Consortium for the medical exchange this time! My name is Ren Xiaosu!”
w.a.n.g Jing sized up Ren Xiaosu. “You’re Cao Qingju’s student?”
“That’s right.” Ren Xiaosu nodded and said, “I’m a resident at Stronghold 61’s Third Central Hospital, and also a student of Mr. Cao Qingju’s!”
The people in the vehicle were visibly shocked. The young man and the young woman in the car also turned their heads and quietly sized up Ren Xiaosu.
Ren Xiaosu could not help wondering if he had said something wrong. Why was everyone looking at him like that?
This ident.i.ty was arranged for him by w.a.n.g Shengzhi, so there shouldn’t be any problems, right?
w.a.n.g Jing slowly frowned. “You look quite young. How’d you become a resident?”
A resident physician was not a very high-ranking position in w.a.n.g Jing’s eyes and could at most be considered a junior position, with attending physicians and a.s.sociate chief physicians above it. Noting that the two youngsters next to him were only interns, the young man before him had most probably obtained his position through Cao Qingju, right?
It was a golden opportunity for these two interns to be able to go to the exchange at the Kong Consortium this time, and it was almost similar to being sponsored for one’s studies abroad. So a lot of people tried all sorts of means to become a part of the team, but w.a.n.g Jing rejected all of them.
The two young persons next to him were considered the youngest and brightest among the current batch of students of the w.a.n.g Consortium, which was why he brought them along.
w.a.n.g Jing looked at Ren Xiaosu. Although he did not really want Ren Xiaosu and the girl beside him to join this medical exchange, Cao Qingju was a highly respected figure with a very special status. As such, he could not turn them away.
As a result, w.a.n.g Jing said, “Get in then. You can take the car at the back. If you have any questions along the way, you can approach Meng Nan.”
The girl sitting in the pa.s.senger seat politely greeted, “h.e.l.lo, I’m Meng Nan.”
Ren Xiaosu smiled and nodded. “h.e.l.lo, nice to meet you. It seems like y’all have some stuff in the vehicles back there, so we’d better drive our own vehicle and follow you.”
Only then did everyone notice a brand-new off-road vehicle parked by the side of the road. It was even the latest luxury model by the w.a.n.g Consortium.
w.a.n.g Jing watched as Ren Xiaosu and Yang Xiaojin got into their car. The young man at his side said enviously, “That car is really expensive. I’ve seen it before at the auto show.”
w.a.n.g Jing gave him a look, and the young man went silent. He could tell Elder w.a.n.g did not seem to like the young man and woman.
w.a.n.g Jing said calmly, “Liang Ce, you need to be able to endure loneliness in order to study medicine. Don’t get fascinated by the temptations of the world. Once you enter this field, don’t think about how much money you can make and what material benefits you can get to enjoy. What you should be thinking about is how to treat illnesses and save people.”
“I understand, Teacher,” Liang Ce answered with his head lowered.
w.a.n.g Jing lamented as he watched Ren Xiaosu and Yang Xiaojin get into their vehicle, “I wonder what Cao Qingju is thinking, letting someone that young become a resident. The medical field requires one to acc.u.mulate clinical experience to grow. Perhaps being young is an advantage in other fields, but in our field, experience is an invaluable a.s.set. Never mind, let’s not worry about them. Our ideals are different from theirs.”
Ren Xiaosu and Yang Xiaojin had essentially become synonymous with nepotism in the eyes of this group. Honestly, even Ren Xiaosu himself believed this arrangement was not appropriate.
As the convoy moved off, Yang Xiaojin held a doc.u.ment. “w.a.n.g Jing, the person in charge of this medical exchange, is the vice president of Trinity Inst.i.tute. This medical exchange was actually started by the Trinity Inst.i.tute with the aim of improving the partic.i.p.ants’ medical skills. Because of the special nature of this field, the consortiums often encourage such exchanges and even actively allocate funds to them for the purpose. The w.a.n.g Consortium also has a Trinity Fund set up specially for this cause. Although it’s not big in scale, the funds are used to help the refugees in town gain access to a doctor.”
“Oh.” Ren Xiaosu nodded. “So it’s actually a semi-charitable organization. That puts them in a different light then. Since we’re heading to the Kong Consortium with a group of doctors, we better keep a low profile when taking action. Otherwise, if we get exposed, we might even drag them down with us. Even if w.a.n.g Shengzhi did not consider this, we should think about it.”
“Mhm.” Yang Xiaojin nodded. “Currently, w.a.n.g Shengzhi… seems like he doesn’t care how he achieves his goals anymore. I read up about that man quite a bit, but it feels like he’s quite different from the impression I had. He used to care about how he achieved his goals. But now it’s almost like he’s racing against time.”
After the stronghold gate was raised, the convoy drove east.
Shortly after Ren Xiaosu and the others left the stronghold, w.a.n.g Run led a group of ten elites and set off from the north gate. They took another route and headed towards the Kong Consortium.
As Ren Xiaosu’s handler this time, Ren Xiaosu could ask him for any information he needed. In w.a.n.g Shengzhi’s words, w.a.n.g Run was to fully cooperate with Ren Xiaosu to complete the a.s.sa.s.sination mission.
However, what w.a.n.g Shengzhi did not say was that w.a.n.g Run had also been a.s.signed another mission for this trip. If Ren Xiaosu failed or got into an accident, w.a.n.g Run would become the trump card for this mission.
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