omething was off.

The rights to the artistic creation of lyrics and music belonged to the company, and the company had the authority to decide or change the artist’s stage name or pseudonym.
This meant that not only could the copyrights not be protected, but even the right to be credited could be easily infringed upon.
Once an artist was put on the shelf, the pseudonym could be changed at any time, and this situation was prevalent.

It was difficult for an individual to resist the entire industry, and in the end, they could only bear the pain silently.

Rong Yuheng painstakingly transcribed it again, trying to delay time until Wen Zhecheng arrived.

After waiting for a while, Xu Sun looked up and saw Rong Yuheng writing something intently, his expression solemn, as if he was revising a legal code… He immediately got up, alert, and walked over.

“What’s wrong? Is there a problem?”

Rong Yuheng paused his hand and weakly replied, “…Nothing, just correcting some typos.”

Xu Sun was about to laugh.
He felt that Rong Yuheng was truly suited for doing comedy.
“How can there be typos? Do you have any suggestions? It’s alright, let Brother Sun take a look.”

Rong Yuheng pursed his lips and moved the revised contract over.

The contract was originally drafted by Xu Sun, and he immediately noticed the loopholes filled in by Rong Yuheng, even uncovering some intricacies that not even some legal professionals could see, and made revisions one by one.

Now, the contract in his hands was a perfect and fair agreement.

Suddenly, the phrase “I have limited education” uttered by Rong Yuheng popped into Xu Sun’s mind, and his brain throbbed with pain.
The words of a man, indeed, can deceive people!

“Yuheng, did you study law before?”

Rong Yuheng shyly lowered his head and fiddled with his fingers, engaging in a face-off with Xu Sun, “I’ve been in many lawsuits before… A long illness makes the doctor.”


Xu Sun, “…”

What kind of experiences did he go through before?

Xu Sun licked his lips while holding the contract.
“I understand your demands, but the company also has its rules.
Other artists sign the same way, and in principle, changes are not allowed.”

Rong Yuheng continued to bow his head and fiddle with his fingers, remaining silent.

Xu Sun earnestly said, “Even if we make some minor changes, the company won’t allow it.
How about this, let’s both compromise a little?”

Failing with one move, he made another move.
Rong Yuheng brewed his emotions, and tears gradually welled up in his eyes.

“Brother Sun, I used to always be bullied.
If I sign this contract as it is, I might continue to be bullied in the future.”

Although Xu Sun was shrewd, he wasn’t an unscrupulous agent who exploited artists.
Seeing Rong Yuheng like this, he felt a bit reluctant.
“Sigh… The clauses are the clauses, they might not be very precise, but the situation you’re thinking of is the worst-case scenario, and it won’t happen.”

Rong Yuheng’s expression changed, emanating an unparalleled aura of a lotus flower.
Tears fell “patter, patter” from his eyes.

Xu Sun, “…”

Just as Xu Sun was at a loss, the door to the lounge was pushed open with a “click” sound.

Wen Zhecheng entered and was met with the sight of Rong Yuheng, his face tear-stained like a rain-drenched lotus.

“…”

Maintaining his posture of holding the doorknob, Wen Zhecheng froze for two seconds, then immediately without hesitation retreated, closing the door with a “clang” sound.

Wen Zhecheng outside the door: It must be that I opened it in the wrong way.

Taking a deep breath, Wen Zhecheng pushed the door open again with a “whoosh” sound.
This time, the two people inside the room were both looking at him with solemn expressions.

Rong Yuheng still had traces of tears on his face, but his eyes were filled with concern.

“Teacher Wen, are you trying to create a breeze with all this opening and closing?”

Wen Zhecheng, “…”

Originally, Xu Sun had hoped to take advantage of Rong Yuheng’s lack of understanding and gain more benefits from him.
This contract wasn’t a strict requirement from the company, it was just that most rookies didn’t understand and won’t fight for themselves.

But now that Wen Zhecheng had arrived, Xu Sun didn’t dare to speak recklessly.

He truly hadn’t expected that Rong Yuheng and Wen Zhecheng had such a good relationship, and that the latter was willing to support him.

Wen Zhecheng was currently flipping through the contract, and the further he read, the more furrowed his brow became.

Unable to withstand this silent pressure, Xu Sun spoke up, “We’re still discussing it, let’s see how we can make changes…”

Wen Zhecheng replied, “Then let’s make the changes according to what he says.”

Xu Sun sighed, “Ah, Zhecheng… Other artists don’t have this requirement.”


Wen Zhecheng glanced at him faintly, as if he could see through his thoughts.
“That’s because they didn’t make any requests themselves.
Since Rong Yuheng has raised it, and it’s within a reasonable range, there’s no reason to refuse.”

Rong Yuheng timely popped his head out.
“Brother Sun, don’t worry, I’m well-behaved and won’t cause you trouble.”

With one person playing the good cop and the other playing the bad cop, Xu Sun was already in a weak position.
He knew he couldn’t deceive Rong Yuheng, so he simply gave the actor face, hoping for a better future relationship.

“Alright then, I’ll go upstairs and prepare a new copy.
You two can rest here for a while.”

Rong Yuheng instantly brightened up.
“Thank you, Brother Sun!”

Xu Sun sighed and walked out of the lounge, closing the door behind him.

Once he left, only Rong Yuheng and Wen Zhecheng remained in the room.

Wen Zhecheng gazed at him calmly.
“You can wipe away your tears now.”

Rong Yuheng raised his hand.
“Oh.”

Wen Zhecheng sighed and sat on the sofa.
“The contract was modified very professionally.
Did you do it yourself?”

Rong Yuheng modestly and shyly replied, “Thanks to my brothers in the industry…”

“…”

Wen Zhecheng realized that he had been taken aback more frequently lately, and he wasn’t sure if it was a good thing or a bad thing.

Looking at the still-moist tears on Rong Yuheng’s eyelashes, he couldn’t help but find it funny and helpless.
“You’re not dumb, pretending to be pitiful.”

At first, Wen Zhecheng was startled when he saw Rong Yuheng crying, but in the instant he saw the contract, he understood the other’s intention.

Rong Yuheng sat down beside Wen Zhecheng, supporting his chin as he observed him.
“I thought you didn’t like me acting like this.”

“Like what?”

“A grown man, crying and acting pitiful…” Rong Yuheng even sighed at his own performance, finding it amusing.
“Such a white lotus!”

He was originally joking, but to his surprise, Wen Zhecheng shook his head seriously.
“No.”

Rong Yuheng was taken aback.

Wen Zhecheng continued, “There’s no rule saying that men can’t be a certain way or must be a certain way.
Rong Yuheng, now that you’ve entered this industry, you may encounter many people who will label you with preconceptions.
You don’t have to care about them.”

Rong Yuheng met Wen Zhecheng’s gaze and unexpectedly found a hint of concern in it.

His heart trembled slightly, and his eyes suddenly became a little teary.

Rong Yuheng lowered his head, as if concealing his emotions.
“I have developed tear ducts, so I cry easily.
Teacher Wen, please don’t say anymore.
If you say more, I’ll cry again.”

Wen Zhecheng responded, “Then cry if you want.
I won’t make fun of you.”

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