“Let go of me!”
Yun Hua was pissed, not knowing what Qi Zi Heng was trying to do.
“Promise to go for lunch with me and I’ll let go. How does that sound?” Qi Zi Heng smiled brightly at her, speaking with a warm voice, appearing extremely attractive.
“And if I don’t?” Yun Hua gritted her teeth and glared angrily at him.
Qi Zi Heng blinked helplessly and rubbed her head, “If you don’t then I won’t let go.”
The crowd that had gathered was growing, each of them looked excited from the scene.
Yun Hua took a deep breath and nodded, “Alright, let go, I promise you.”
Qi Zi Heng’s smile turned brighter and he let go of her.
And Yun Hua took off, slipping into the crowd!
She felt sick at the thought of having lunch with Qi Zi Heng.
Qi Zi Heng was stunned, not expecting such an outcome.
However, he was even more curious as to why Yun Hua hated him so much.
Before him and Su He, she swore such an oath, convincing even Su He who was extremely possessive…
This proved that she really did not have the slightest bit of feelings for him, even going to the point of hatred.
To Qi Zi Heng, this was interesting, very much so.
Qi Zi Heng always knew the appeal that he had and has always made use of it.
Up till now, no girl could resist him!
Yun Hua’s reaction sparked Qi Zi Heng’s curiosity and desire for dominance.
How dare some immature brat hate him and look down on him!
Yun Hua ran down the stairs and went to wash her hands.
She wanted to rub off the skin where she had contact with Qi Zi Heng
Originally, she was pretty hungry and planned to have lunch before mailing the contract.
Now, she had no appetite at all. Yun Hua left school and purposely went to a printing shop far away from school.
The contract was in her QQ email and did not require a thumb drive, so she could just log into her QQ account and print it from there.
She took extra care to permanently delete the downloaded document after printing.
“Hey, little girl, what revision material is this? Oh, it’s a contract, online publishing agreement…” The old lady running the shop seemed to be interested.
Yun Hua quickly received the documents and smiled, “I’m just doing some research. Aunty, could I trouble you to photocopy my mom’s identity card?”
Coming out of the printing shop, Yun Hua let out a long sigh. It seems like she does have to get a printer, after all, confidential stuff like a contract should not be printed in a printing shop.
Yun Hua signed the contract with a black pen and headed to the post office. Tao Bao was still lacking in services and express delivery companies where also rare so agencies were the norm.
As for contracts, the post office was the way to go.
Yun Hua only felt at ease after mailing the contract.
She found a shop nearby grab a bite. It just so happens that she was close to the library so she decided to go to the library instead of heading back to school.
She wanted to do a bit of research on the Qing Dynasty. Even though it was a web novel, but she did not want to get basic facts wrong. Sure there was no way that it would be free of errors, but she could do her best to reduce them.
Furthermore, she had her mother’s identity card so she could register for a library card.
Stepping into the library she was greeted by a familiar face.
Chen Shi Ying!