y, what is the accident? How can it make a person go blind and have mental problems? Is it a ghost-doing?”

“I don’t know.” He paused, “But, I heard it’s more outrageous than that.”

“He’s an unlucky soul.” Ah Nuo sighed.
“What’s his name?”

“Hmm, Lin… Lin… Lin Qiye?”

In the midst of sunset, Lin Qiye pushed open the door.

Almost instantly, the fragrance of groceries from the house penetrated into his nostrils.
He sniffed, swallowed his saliva, and walked into the house with the items.


The old door made a harsh screech, covering up the sound of cooking from the kitchen.
A middle-aged woman pushed open the kitchen door and saw Lin Qiye carrying many items.
She exclaimed and hurried up.

“Little Qi, why did you bring so many things back home at one time?” The woman rubbed her hands on the apron and hurriedly helped Lin Qiye to take the things while nagging.

“What a big bottle of peanut oil? Kiddo, have you misused government subsidies again?”

“Aunty, the government’s subsidy for the disabled is for our living.
I use it to buy oil to make the best use of it.” Lin Qiye smiled.

“Nonsense, this money is reserved for you to go to college.
How can you use it indiscriminately? The money your aunty earns from work is actually enough to support the three of us.
Don’t overspend your money.”

Aunty gently wiped the oil bottle with her hand.
She mumbled with a slight heartache on her face, “It’s a branded product.
Doesn’t it cost a lot of money?”

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Before Lin Qiye could say anything, aunty suddenly reacted, “No wait, there’re so many things.
How did you bring them back?”

“Oh, I met a few kind-hearted people and they brought the items back for me,” said Lin Qiye calmly.

“Okay, okay, it seems that there are still many kind people in our society.
Have you thanked them well?”

“Yes, I have thanked them.” Lin Qiye changed the subject, “Aunty, where is Ah Jin?”

“He was doing his homework on the balcony.
By the way, the doctor who runs the routine check at the psychiatric unit this year is here and is resting in the room.
You should go and check-up with the doctor.
Your aunty will cook the dishes first, and I will call you once I’m done.

Lin Qiye took a slight pause.
He answered perfunctorily, turned around, and walked towards the bedroom.

“Hello, I’m a doctor at Sunshine Psychiatric Hospital.
My surname is Li.”

Seeing Lin Qiye pushing the door open, the young man sitting on the small bench in the bedroom stood up and spoke gently.
He wore a pair of black-rimmed glasses, giving off a gentle air.

Lin Qiye raised his eyebrows in surprise, “Isn’t it Dr.
Han who typically does the home visit?”

Han was promoted to our deputy chairman last year.” Dr.
Li smiled, with a little envy in his eyes.

Lin Qiye nodded slightly and sighed.

Right, Dr.
Han is quite old already, and his medical skills are superb.
It isn’t a surprise he’s promoted to be the deputy chairman.
It is natural to have a junior doctor review my conditions now.

Seeing Lin Qiye sit down, Dr.
Li cleared his throat and took out a stack of case files from his bag.

“I’m sorry because I’m new here, and I don’t know much about your situation.
I’ll need to understand your situation first,” said Dr.
Li apologetically.

Lin Qiye nodded.

“Your name is… Lin Qiye?”


“You’re 17 years old this year.”


“Well… According to the files, you were blind for both eyes 10 years ago and were sent to our hospital for some challenges at the same time?”

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Li pondered for a while, “Have you changed your name?”

“No, why are you asking that?” Lin Qiye was stunned.

Li scratched his head a little embarrassedly, “Cough cough… It seems like I have overthought it.”

He reached out his hand, pointed to the age on the medical record, and pointed to the three words ten years ago, “Look, you were blind ten years ago, and you were seven years old at that time.
Your name happened to be called Lin Qiye, so I thought you changed your name after losing your sight.”

Lin Qiye was silent for a long time, then shook his head and said, “No… I have never changed my name.
Before I was born, my parents gave me the name, Lin Qiye.”

“That’s really… *Cough*,” Dr.
Li realized that it wasn’t polite and closed his mouth in time.

“It’s a coincidence.” Lin Qiye said lightly, “It’s really a coincidence.”

Li was a little embarrassed, but he quickly changed the subject, “Well… your record doesn’t seem to describe the accident that caused your blindness and mental disorder in detail.
Can you tell me about it?”

Before Lin Qiye spoke, Dr.
Li hurriedly added, “I don’t mean to offend you.
The more I know about the patient, the better I can treat them.
Of course, if you don’t want to say it, I won’t force you.”

Lin Qiye sat there quietly.
Under the black stain eye wraps, those eyes seemed to be watching Dr.

After a while, he slowly opened his mouth, “I don’t mind talking about it… It’s just that you won’t believe me, and you may even take me back to the psychiatric hospital.”

“No, no, no, don’t think of our relationship as a doctor-patient relationship.
It’s just a normal chat between friends, and things won’t get to that point.” Dr.
Li said half-jokingly, “Even if you tell me that Taishang Laojun [4] put you into the alchemy furnace.”

[TN: A soft easter-egg on Sun Wukong’s backstory.]

Lin Qiye was silent for a moment, then nodded slightly.

“Since childhood, I loved astronomy.”

“En, then what?”

“That night, I lay on the eaves of my old house and gazed at the moon.”

“What did you see? Moon Rabbit [5]?” Dr.
Li smiled.

Lin Qiye shook his head, and his next sentence made Dr.
Li’s smile stiffen.

“No, I saw an angel.” Lin Qiye said earnestly and gestured with both hands in front of him.

“The archangel with 6 white wings shrouded in golden light.”

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