Zhui Xu - Chapter 1083
Chapter 1083 Chapter 1028: Argument (Part 1)
Just after noon, the bright sunshine of June fell on the tree-lined road by the Maha Pond, and the sultry air rang the cicadas in late summer. Lin Qiu crossed the road with only a few pedestrians, moving towards Fengyintang.
This day is June 12 of the second year of the Chinese Yuan calendar, an ordinary day in busy work. Lin Qiu is thirty-one years old and is one of the young officers with brilliant resumes in the Chinese Army.
He joined the Huaxia Army during the Xiaocanghe period, experienced the training of the first batch of young officers, experienced battlefield battles, and was good at handling detailed tasks, joined the Secretariat, entered the General Staff, and was involved in the Ministry of Intelligence and Commerce Department…In short, after 25 years of age, due to his active and open thinking, he basically worked in the core department of Ning Yi surrounding direct control, and was one of Ning Yi’s most useful assistants for a period of time.
Although most of the early-stage talents of the army are mixed and used, they can be used wherever they are needed, but they have been exposed to everything. This resume is still quite outstanding among peers. In the latter part of the Southwest War, Ning Yi negotiated with Zong Han and Gao Qingyi on the front line of Shiling, with Lin Qiu who conveyed his will, that is, Lin Qiu, who was active in thinking and outstanding in resilience.
After the Hua Xia Army defeated Jurchen, he opened the door to auction-style sales of technology and broadened business routes. He was responsible for several most important negotiations. After the completion of this matter, Chengdu entered a stage of great development. He entered the Chengdu Bureau of Commerce at this time as a deputy bureau and was responsible for the detailed affairs of Chengdu’s industrial and commercial development. At this time, the Huaxia military area was only in the southwest, and the core of the southwest was Chengdu. Therefore, in practice, his work was often directly responsible to Ning Yi.
After the establishment of the Huaxia People’s Government, Ning Yi has two offices in Chengdu. One is the chairman’s office near the Huaxia People’s Government in the north of the city, which is mainly to facilitate meetings, convene personnel, and handle large-scale government affairs; And the other place is Fengyintang next to the Maha Pool.
Now that the people’s government is on the right track, Ning Yi does not need to be here at all times. He stays in Chengdu for half of the year. If there is no major deviation in the itinerary, he usually goes to the government office in the morning and returns to Feng Yin in the afternoon. Hall. Some things that don’t require too much manpower are usually called here to deal with them.
There are usually heads of other departments near Fengyintang, but they are basically not too noisy. Entering the hall gate, the spacious roof cut off the heat, and he drove through the corridor with ease to the side hall waiting for an interview. There was no one else in the side hall. The secretary outside told him that there were two people in front of him, but one of them had already come out and went to the toilet.
The rooms in the side hall are spacious, but there are no luxurious furnishings. Through the open windows, the scenery of flowers and trees outside is relaxed and joyful in the sun. Lin Qiu poured himself a cup of cold boil, sat in a chair and began to read the newspaper, but there was no fourth person waiting to be interviewed, which showed that there were not many things in the afternoon.
The sound of footsteps came from the corridor outside. It should be the first friend who went to the toilet. He looked up, and the silhouette who walked to the door glanced over here, then came in, all acquaintances .
Smiling Hou Yuanyong rubbed his hands and walked in to say hello: “Brother Lin, Hehehehe…” He couldn’t help but smile for some reason.
“Yuanyong. Sit down.”
Hou Yuanyong is a few years younger than him, but his family is also an old man in the Chinese Army, and he is even a family member of the oldest group of soldiers. He spent most of his adult life in the Intelligence Section. Unlike his colleagues who work in the Intelligence Section, he has a rather out-of-the-ordinary personality. He occasionally tells jokes that are inconsequential. However, he has never had a bad history and is considered the most trusted in the Chinese Army. The core backbone.
“Hehe, Brother Lin.” Hou Yuanyong sat down on the chair beside Lin Qiu, “Do you know what the most popular gossip is recently?”
Lin Qiu smiled at him: “I don’t want to know.”
“It’s like this.” Hou Yuanyong smiled, “You said, who is the most powerful person in our Huaxia Army? The one that scares female daoist the most…”
“It should be me, right?” Chatting with this kind of dumb guy from the Intelligence Section just couldn’t follow his rhythm, so Lin Qiu thought for a while and answered seriously.
Hou Yuanyong ignored his rhythm: “It’s Sister Juan’er.”
“The female daoist is most afraid of sister Juan’er.”
“Hehehe, there is such a thing…” Hou Yuanyong smiled and leaned over. “The year before last, the Southwest War was in full swing. Ning Ji helped in the general camp of the wounded. Later, the general camp was raided by a group of fools and wanted to catch Go Ningji. When this incident came back, Sister Juan’er was angry, and she told Peng Yueyun that this would not work. If they act on the child, then I also want to kill Zonghan’s child, Xiao Peng, you send it to me A reward, I want Zonghan’s two sons to die…”
“Some people will die. In the future record, the people’s active awakening and resistance brought everything, this will be an indisputable conclusion. You will not have any credit, or even make mistakes. I may not be able to keep you. You can consider whether or not to take this mission.”
Lin Qiu considered it for a while, and of course he made no suspense in his answer.
After Lin Qiu left, Shishi came over.
Taking a break from the busy afternoon, they did some shameful things, and then Ning Yi told her a summary of a story called “White Haired Girl”…
(End of this chapter)