As Wanzhu Corporation’s number one assistant, Lin Hui’s day started with him signing his name.

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Wanzhu Corporation’s headquarters was located on the west side of Beijing.
It was right next to Wenfeng Road.
This was a road that ran through the entire city from east to west.
He left the house at 8:00 in the morning.
After exiting his neighborhood, he turned right and drove down East Wenfeng Road.
His black car was like a drop of water, silently merging into the endless stream of traffic, all of them racing against time towards their respective destinations. 

At 8:45, Lin Hui arrived at his office on the twelfth floor of the company building.
In fact, there was only one office on the entire twelfth floor—he shared it with the CEO, He Jianshan.
The rest of the rooms on the twelfth floor were conference rooms.
When the custodian saw him open the door, she quickly greeted him, “Assistant Lin, good morning.”

Lin Hui smiled as he nodded.
“Good morning.”



The custodian walked into the office.
As she was wiping the table down, she asked, “Assistant Lin, do I need to clean up the boss’ office?”

Lin Hui and He Jianshan’s office was a large suite.
It only had one door.
He was in the outer room, and He Jianshan was in the inner room.
There were a lot of documents in the office, and He Jianshan would often place them wherever he pleased.
Sometimes, he would cover the entire floor with a single blueprint.
The custodian didn’t want to mess anything up, so she usually waited for Lin Hui to arrange everything before going in.
At this time, Lin Hui had already sat down at his desk.
He glanced at his watch.
It was nine o’clock sharp.
Usually, An Ni from the general manager’s office would come around in about thirty minutes from now to check over the arrangements for the next two days.
She would also pick up any documents that were signed or sent back.
Lin Hui pinched the stack of papers in his hand.
On the very top-most document, he scrawled out his first signature of the day.
Then, he shook his head and said, “No need for now.” The custodian nodded and went back to work.
After a while, she finished cleaning the rest of the office and left.
The hum of the vacuum cleaner vanished, and the office became quiet once more. 

At 9:35, the sound of heels began to ring out from the hallway.
It got closer and closer before finally stopping in front of the door.
Lin Hui had just finished signing his name on another document when a knock came from the door.
He raised his voice and said, “Come in.”


An Ni walked in with a stack of documents in her left hand and a paper bag in her right.
As soon as she saw Lin Hui, she smiled and said, “Good morning, Assistant Lin.
Here’s your salted caramel latte and a sandwich.”

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“Thank you.” Lin Hui took the paper bag.
Then, he picked up a neat stack of receipts and handed them to An Ni.
“It’s all signed.
Look over it to see if there are any omissions.”

“I don’t need to look.
I’m sure it’s fine,” An Ni said.
She quietly glanced at the closed door to the right.
Then, she asked in a low voice, “Has President He still not arrived?”


Lin Hui rolled up the sleeves of his shirt.
Then, he got up and opened the door to He Jianshan’s office.
There wasn’t anyone inside.
There were piles and piles of documents stacked upon his desk, and there were random files scattered here and there.
The cups that were originally placed on the coffee table had been moved to the ground.
A large blueprint sat in its place.
Even the sofa was taken up by books full of reference material.

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An Ni felt a headache coming on.
“The people from the bank will be here at 2:30.”


“It’s alright.
I’ll chat with them first.
Let each department know that they need to condense the content of the meeting as much as possible.
Focus on key points.
The meeting needs to end before 3:00.” 

“Okay, Assistant Lin.”

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Lin Hui quickly divided the documents into two neat stacks.
He added, “Tell the custodian to clean the lounge up a bit at noon.
Also, open up the windows to air it out a bit.
It hasn’t been used in a while.
The president’s picky.
Otherwise, he wouldn’t have insisted on driving back home despite it being so late last night.”

An Ni was surprised.
“If she cleans up at noon, won’t it affect his rest?”

Lin Hui fed a discarded contract into the paper shredder.
As the paper shredder clicked away, he said softly, “He never takes naps.” 

An Ni gave him a thumbs up.
“Sounds like our boss.”

“It should be fine if he gets used to it.
Also—” Lin Hui picked up the scraps of paper that had accidentally fallen onto the carpet and asked, “The person that was recommended by President He Zhao, has she started working yet?”

The President He Zhao that Lin Hui mentioned was He Jianshan’s father, He Zhao.
In order to distinguish him from He Jianshan, everyone in the company called him President He Zhao.
Wanzhu was originally built from scratch by He Jianshan’s grandfather.
Unfortunately, his son’s abilities were mediocre.
Rather, it was his grandson, He Jianshan, that was the outstanding one.
He’d had a steady personality ever since he was a child.
It didn’t matter whether it was his appearance or his character.
Everything about him was excellent.
Therefore, once the old man’s body started failing, he skipped right over his son and handed Wanzhu over to his grandson.
He Jianshan’s mother had passed away early.
He Zhao married his secretary a few years later.
They had a child together and started a new family.
As for the issue of successor, He Zhao didn’t actually care.
Either way, that was his son.
All he needed to do was hold onto an empty position within the company and the money would come rolling in.
It wasn’t a bad deal.

“She started today.
Her resume says that she graduated from a pretty good university.
Her focus was also in this field.
Although she got the job through connections, her abilities shouldn’t be too bad.” 

Lin Hui nodded when he heard this.
“That’s good

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