Chapter 80 – Bone Fracture

Even until Yu Wanrour brought Tang Yu away, Yin Zhao-an failed to understand what had happened in the short ten minutes they had spent together.

At night, Yin Zhao-an couldn't fall asleep, and she lay on her bed like a corpse as she blankly stared at the ceiling.

When Tang Yu returned to school, her and Yin Zhao-an's beds remained unoccupied.
However, Yin Changcheng had already taken Yin Zhao-an's luggage home at some point.
Though, he left behind a drawer full of snacks for Tang Yu.

The moment Tang Yu stepped into the dormitory, the room's occupants stopped what they were doing and turned to look at her.
Some looked at her in scrutiny, while some looked out of curiosity.

After experiencing compulsory military training, Tang Yu's roommates had become tanned to varying degrees.
However, as Tang Yu had never met her roommates before today, she had no idea what they looked like before military training and whether their tanned skin was actually a result of military training.

After a moment of silence, a tall and lean bespectacled girl with a high ponytail approached Tang Yu and introduced herself, “Hello, I'm Year 1, Class 3's Li Xiuli.
I am the dormitory head of this room.”

Tang Yu nodded and softly said, “Hello, my name is Tang Yu.”

“I know.” Nudging her black-rimmed glasses, Li Xiuli smiled and said, “You're very famous at our school, and so is the other girl.”

“By the way…”

After several minutes of conversation, Li Xiuli had a rough idea of Tang Yu's personality.
So, to avoid an awkward atmosphere, she took the initiative to bring up a new topic, saying, “The dormitory is randomly sorted, so not everyone here will be of the same class.

“Mhm, I heard it from a teacher,” Tang Yu said, nodding.

As the other people in the dormitory didn't seem eager to initiate a conversation, Li Xiuli briefly introduced their names and classes to Tang Yu.
Then, after completing her responsibilities as the dormitory head, she returned to her bed with peace of mind and resumed sorting through the new textbooks she had just received from the school.

While staring at Yin Zhao-an's empty bed, Tang Yu fell into thought and recalled Yin Zhao-an previously saying that sleeping on a top bunk could let her avoid many unnecessary troubles…

If she can think of such a thing, why is she so dense when it comes to relationships?

After letting out a frustrated sigh, Tang Yu brought her luggage over to her bed and started to unpack.

On her first day of class, Tang Yu followed her form teacher to the faculty office to pick up her textbooks, the brand new book covers looking a little dazzling when brought under the sun's rays.

“Little Miss Tang!”

A clear male voice came from behind Tang Yu, stopping her in her tracks.
Then, she turned around to look at the other party.

Zhao Yu currently wore his summer uniform.
Unlike Tang Yu's new roommates, Zhao Yu's naturally fair skin had withstood the test of military training, looking white and glowing as always.
At this time, his sweaty hair was slightly parted, revealing his smooth forehead.

The way Zhao Yu addressed her was a form of address Tang Yu hadn't heard for a long time, and the memories it brought back caused her expression to change a little.
However, Tang Yu quickly sorted out her emotions and reverted to her usual harmless appearance.
Then, she asked in a low voice, “Do you need something?”

Zhao Yu nervously swallowed his saliva.
After hesitating to speak a few times, he eventually found the courage to ask, “I…I want to ask, what is your relationship with Zhao-an?”

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Tang Yu quietly lowered her gaze, a layer of haze covering her clear pupils.


Zhao Yu wasn't satisfied with this answer.
If Yin Zhao-an and Tang Yu were only friends, yet Yin Zhao-an was already willing to put her life at risk for Tang Yu, what would his relationship with Yin Zhao-an be considered?

“Haven't you noticed that the way you two get along is too strange?” Zhao Yu asked.

Tang Yu didn't want to debate this pointless question with Zhao Yu.
After all, she couldn't possibly tell him, “Yin Zhao-an is mine, and she likes only me, so give up on her,” right?

“I don't think there's anything strange,” Tang Yu said before embracing her textbooks and walking away.

Failing to get a proper answer, Zhao Yu subconsciously reached out and grabbed Tang Yu's arm, saying, “Hold on a second…”


The books in Tang Yu's arms fell and scattered all over the floor, the brand-new covers getting a few scratches from the rough floor.
The corners of the books also became wrinkled.

“Bastard! What are you doing?!”

An angry voice suddenly came from nearby.
Then, before Tang Yu could crouch down to pick up her books, she saw Zhao Yu getting sent to the floor by a punch to the face.

When Tang Yu heard the sound made by the punch, she knew that Wen Tao did not hold back any of his strength.
In only an instant, the corner of Zhao Yu's face became swollen, with a streak of blood oozing out.

Zhao Yu gasped.
He could feel a sharp pain coming from his arm, and he could also see his forearm swelling up at a rate visible to the naked eye.

“Stop this instant!”

As soon as Tang Yu recovered from her initial surprise, she promptly rushed over to pull Wen Tao away, the latter still looking to continue his assault on Zhao Yu.

Wen Tao was still incensed.
Although he didn't continue physically attacking Zhao Yu for fear of injuring Tang Yu, he pointed at Zhao Yu and yelled, “After harassing my Big Bro, you come to harass my sister-in-law?! Are you a professional at tearing couples apart?!”

“Shut your mouth!” Tang Yu commanded, a deep frown on her face.
Then, after pushing Wen Tao aside, she went over to help Zhao Yu up from the ground while saying to Wen Tao, “I'll take him to the hospital.
You pick up my books and help me apply for leave from my teacher.”

Wen Tao couldn't help but feel aggrieved in this situation.
Even though he was clearly doing a good deed, Tang Yu had chosen to berate him.
Not to mention, he didn't even punch Zhao Yu with the intent to kill, so he couldn't help but feel that Zhao Yu's pained reaction was an overreaction.

“His arm has swelled up.
He probably has a bone fracture.”

Before anyone realized it, Li Beining had appeared next to them and calmly analyzed Zhao Yu's condition, his words scaring the wits out of Wen Tao.

TL Notes:

The “bone fracture” here is a reference to Chapter 61, where Li Beining previously said “50% discount(五折 – wǔ zhé)”, but Wen Tao misheard it as “bone fracture (骨折 – gǔ zhé).”

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