rtial arts skills were not bad, so she could protect him better than those guards.

However, if Ruo Fang didn’t believe him.
The little girl pursed her lips, looking extremely aggrieved: “You’ve only just met her, how do you know she knows martial arts?”

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As soon as the words left her mouth, she saw Zuo Zhi silently walk over to the table, pick up the chopstick rest, put it in her palm, close her five fingers, then apply a little force and when she opened her palm the small chopstick had broke into seven or eight pieces.

Ruo Fang looked at the chopstick, then at Zuo Zhi’s expressionless face and swallowed silently.

In the afternoon, a servant came to tell Wen Chi that the official who took over the affairs of the fourth prince had arrived and asked Wen Chi to hurry over to meet him.

When Wen Chi walked into the hall, he saw a person with his back turned to him, talking with Governor Zhou who was not short, but fat and familiar.

Wen Chi looked carefully as he walked forward.

Before he approached, the man heard his footsteps and turned around abruptly.
Seeing that it was Wen Chi, he narrowed his eyes and smiled slightly: “Young Master Wen, long time no see.”

Wen Chi was startled: “Lord Yin!”

The official who took over the affairs of the fourth prince turned out to be Yin Shangshu who had helped him before!

GovernorZhou’s surprised eyes wandered between Yin Shangshu and Wen Chi for two or three times, and hesitantly asked, “Lord Yin and Young Master Wen are old acquaintances?”

After hearing Governor Zhou’s words, Wen Chi realized that Yin Shangshu didn’t know about his change of identity and suddenly felt a sense of crisis.

But before he could speak, he saw Yin Shangshu nodded and said with a smile: “Young Master Wen is the fourth younger brother of General Lin.
I know General Lin, so naturally I know him too.”

Wen Chi’s breath was stuck in his throat, and after he heard this he slowly relaxed.

Governor Zhou smiled awkwardly: “So that’s how it is.”

After exchanging pleasantries, Yin Shangshu called everyone to hold a brief meeting in the main hall to get a general idea of ​​the current progress of locust control.

Now with the support of the capital, everyone is performing their own duties.
Although the progress is slow, the situation in Jinzhou is gradually improving.
It’s just that one bite can’t make a big fat man.
It will take a lot of time and effort to stabilize the disaster. 

Seeing that it is already the beginning of autumn and when winter comes, many things will become difficult and everyone has a sense of urgency.

Only when the sun set, did Yin Shangshu let everyone disperse.

Wen Chi had something to say to Yin Shangshu, but considering it was inconvenient right now, he planned to go back and talk to him later.
But Yin Shangshu stopped him first: “Young Master Wen, please stay back for a moment”

So Wen Chi stayed under the envious eyes of others.

After Wen Chi and Yin Shangshu were the only two people left in the hall, Wen Chi hurried over and sat down on the chair opposite Yin Shangshu.

“Lord Yin, thanks for covering for me just now, I am truly grateful.”

Lord Yin smiled indifferently and said, “It’s nothing.”

Speaking of this, Wen Chi became curious again: “But then again, how did Lord Yin know that I claimed to be General Lin’s fourth younger brother Lin Yuan?”

“To be honest…” Lord Yin paused, before saying, “I was entrusted by His Highness the Crown Prince to come here, and it was His Highness the Crown Prince who told someone to inform me.”

Shi Ye?

Wen Chi was surprised but in the end, he could not hold back and asked, “Is His Highness the Crown Prince well?”

Yin Shangshu sighed, hesitated for a moment, then shook his head slightly: “Not well.”


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