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Degree ≠ Education ≠ Morality ≠ Status

The degree does NOT make the man, it’s the characters, the moral standards that makes, the man!  On the moralities of doing research, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

Recently, there’d been many matters on the ethics of research, that’s sparked up the debates with the sides.  What I’d gained from my teaching, my doing the researches, and office paperwork, was that any field of research, there ARE no shortcuts to research, that in order to produce the theses, the dissertations at the graduate levels, to get published in the research journals, or to publish a volume of book on ones’ own fields of studies, it involves the author her/himself, all the hard work that s/he had, put in.

Degree, education, status,, and morale, these four aren’t, interchangeable, only when one has the scholarly means, and the moralities, then, the individual can, elevate her/himself, and to this standards, the ethics of research became, the most important principle.

And so, this is on the moralities of research, and the ethics of research, due to the plagiarisms of the politicians’ work, how they’d, falsified their own degrees, and that’s why this country is going down, because these individuals who are ruling over us, have NO morals, and, being ruled by the immoral, how do you think this country will end?  Exactly.

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Keeping that Heart of Gentleness

Doing his job, offering assistance to others, he deemed it to be his job description, but for someone who is immobilized, the individual’s actions of going that extra mile to offer the services means, a hell of a lot!  Translated…

Seeing Chen walking out of his office, I’d gotten up, out of my seat, pushed the elevator button for him.

Chen was carrying a bag of something, walked slowly, smiling, grinning, but this time, he’d not taken the elevators, instead, he’d, handed me the bag, told, “I’m truly grateful toward you all, a bag of food for you and your colleague to share!”, I’d immediately pushed the bag back to him, didn’t feel right getting a reward for what I was paid to do in the first place.

But Chen insisted, then, turned and left, I’d caught up with him, because I didn’t know his full name, saw the name printed on his identification, made a mental note, thanked him for the foods.

like this, just, doing his, job…photo from online

Awhile ago, the restrooms on the first floor was being renovated, and those who worked on the first floor had to go up to the second floor to find the restrooms, but, for someone with a handicap, it was a bit more difficult, after all, that’s, an extra way to walk, and had to, get into the cramped elevator with the crowds.  As a first line worker, I’d shouldered the responsibilities for pressing the floor buttons; it’s work, but it’, something I do every day as is, it’s not considered lending someone a helping hand, just empathy is all.

I think, it’s because, of all of these situations I’d bumped into at work and in life, I’d, trained my heart to be softer.  In other words, I should be the one thanking him.  Even though my term of work is about to be up, I’d had to leave this work environment, and, as I find work elsewhere, I shall, also, take this heart of gentleness with me there, to treat everybody I meet there kindly, to keep this heart of mine, gentle.

And so, this is what you learned, from your interactions with others on the job, what you do, pushing the elevator buttons for those who entered into the elevators may be ordinary for you, but, for someone like the man who’d especially came by to thank the individual, because he wasn’t mobile enough, it’s something big, and, this individual will take this heart of helping others, of serving others, to her/his next job, because s/he knows, that what s/he does, makes a difference, no matter how little, to another human being.

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The Police Who’d Taken in the Money Sentenced to Eleven Years for the Money He Took, the Women He Had Sex with, and the Money for His Home Renovations, Sentenced to Eleven Years in Prison

Corruption of the law enforcement officials, from the top down here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The decorated police officer of Kaohsiung City Police Department, Sun, while working at the offices of internal affairs, took kickbacks from Liu who’d owned a sex eatery, and accepted the bribes in trips abroad, his remodeling of his own home, buying the new appliances, all paid for by Liu.  His first and second trials gained him eleven years in prison on counts of bribery, encroachment, stripped of his government post for five years; Sun appealed, and the Highest Court tossed back his appeal.

Sun had been suspended since his indictment, the city police station, fired him from his post after the verdict came out; the city government of Kaohsiung is going ahead with its own punishment of firing him from his post, and, he can’t be hired for four whole years.

Sun started working as an inspector, Liu the owner of the “Jia-Jia Eatery”, was actually a “Vietnamese brothel”, with the female strippers.

Started from 2013, the eatery was listed by the substation as a target of the unannounced checks, Liu found it hard to keep the business going, bribed Sun, while Sun was at a gathering with his coworkers and superior, he’d, passed the words to the manager of the substation he worked in, tried to pay the manager of the substation $20,000N.T. to get him to reduce the checks, but as the manager found out the purpose of the money presented to him, he’d told Sun he wouldn’t, and Sun pocketed the cash.

Sun also took the bribes of Liu’s bar, having the strippers, massages, the trips to Vietnam, and he’d even asked Liu to fix up a steel shack for him, and not paid the man the $200,000N.T. in construction, and had Liu buy the furniture in close to $60,000N.T. for him.  Liu complained to his nephew, that Sun had him under his thumbs.

The courts estimated that Sun illegally received a total of $348,700N.T. in items total; Sun explained, that his was a friend of Liu’s, and privately, they’d, given each other things, money, that started in 2014,  because of Liu’s business, he’d taken a loan of over tens of million dollars N.T. from him, but in 2017, his company closed down, and couldn’t pay back the loans, they’d gotten bad with one another since, in 2018, he’d sued Liu for fraud.

After the verdict of the first trial, Sun got an appeal, the High Subsidiary Court of Kaohsiung maintained the ruling from before, confiscated an air-conditioning unit, a washer.  Sun appealed again, the Highest Court tossed back his appeal, case closed.  Before the investigations on the fraud charge happened, Liu already turned himself in, and he didn’t have to serve any time.

And so, this, is how the appetite of this officer of the law grew and grew, and, this still showed, just how much, corruption is in the systems, how if the officers of the laws are, breaking the laws themselves, how the HELL do you expect, that we, ordinary citizens follow the rules?  You don’t, that’s why, this world is in such a huge mess right now, because the higher up officials can’t behave themselves correctly, that’s why, corruption works, its ways, down.

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Days I Became a Tag-Along, a Treasure Map of Memories

The meaning of hard work, the legacy of love, is what this father had left behind, for his own children, as his children watched him, working hard away, to provide for the family that he loves so much, translated…

As My Father Was Still Living, He’d Worked in the Small-Time Businesses, as I Grew Older, I’d Started, Tagging Along……….

My Father’s Brashly Telling the Families that He Was Switching Careers

Awhile back, due to the side effects of the vaccines, I’d started falling drowsily asleep, and I’d dreamed about my father who’d been gone for all of, forty plus years, and, as I woke, I started missing him a lot.

My father and I are of the same zodiac sign, he’s thirty-six years older than I am, passed at the age of fifty, which meant, he was only by my side, for fourteen short years.  When my father was alive, for the sake of household economics, he’d done the odds and ends businesses, and as I grew older, I’d started becoming his, “tag-along”.  And now, all the memories of him I have, are of those days I’d gone to work with him.

At around five, or six, my father started selling the pickled, the salted vegetables.  He’d gotten himself a cart, placed the assortments of salted vegetables in the cabinets of that tricycle of his, and as the skies turned light, he’d gone out, pushing his cart along, and sold off of the cart on the streets.  I wasn’t in preschool then, and I’d gone to work with him from time to time, the streets of early morning is quiet, and there was, only, the two of us, father and daughter.

Once, he’d returned home early, and, his cart had been, emptied, the families wondered how he’d sold everything off so soon?  He’d jokingly said, that “there was a rich guy, who bought it all from me.”  In truth, it was a day of the typhoons, and the wind flipped the cart over, and, everything shattered, and my father wasn’t able to salvage anything, this showed, how trying the lives of the small-time vendors are.

Not long after I got into elementary years, he’d announced that he was switching to selling the fish paste fried foods.  My father said, he had a friend in the business, that he believed, that the key to selling it well, is to have the good soup, with the items in the soups.  But, my father told of his trials too, that this friend refused to tell the secrets of what he’d put into the soups to him, as well as the recipe for the dipping sauce.

And, because the soup and the sauce were the keys to the success of fail of the food item, my father would go from time to time, to his friend’s stand to dine, and, bugged this friend of his, to tell him his secret.  My father took me there a few times too, and as I was, working on the foods, savoring the soups, he’d gotten busy, trying to get his trade secrets from him, and, secretly jotted down the ingredients for the dipping sauce too.

illustration from UDN.com

After my father got home, he’d experimented continually, and after multiple busts, he’d finally, developed a flavor that he loved, and finally, his business was, up and, running then.

My Father Who’d Set Up the Stands at the Local Market Places, Started Developing His Faithful Clientele

Back then, my parents woke at three, four in the morn, to cook the daikon soup base, using the pork bones, then, with the dried fish pack to add in more flavors, then, made all the dipping sauces on their own, and selected all the ingredients for the soup with care, and finally, made into the best served, tempura.

My father who’d set up shop at the local markets started gaining a set clientele, then, he’d started selling the cold tapioca snacks, which he’d made by himself, and slowly, he’d gotten into making the other foods for his business venture.

During the time, every weekend, I’d gone to help as his cashier, cleaned the dishes, in the evening, as we set out for home, I would always, fall asleep from the fatigues of working on his tricycle, my father kept pedaling hard away, and kept turning my head to see if I was asleep, worrying that I may, fall off, and called out to me all the way home: “young one, don’t fall asleep, we’re, almost home”.

My father’s food business was almost all-year-round, especially during the New Year’s, as some of the stands would take time off, my father’s business would be better than ever before, and he’d needed all hands on deck, all of us to help.

During those days, his hand that clamped up the fish sauce pieces never stopped moving, all of us girls, would serve out the foods, to prepare for the takeout for our customers, taking the money for the customers’ ordered foods, doing the dishes, and we were all, busy at work, and we normally were able to, close down shop by early afternoon.  To us, a family who relied on the small businesses, being able to sell all the foods we made, earning the money for a good New Year’s, it was more pleasing, than anything else.

And maybe it was because of how he’d worked himself too hard, shortly after I got into middle school my father fell ill, and, he’d stayed ill for two years, then, passed away.  Although the family still continued operating the food stands, but, without my father as the pillar of it all, we’d eventually, close down the businesses.

So many years passed and finally I’d, dreamed about my father, he was already with hair all white, but was still, selling the fish sauce snacks.  Before I’d asked him if he was tired out, I’d, waken up.  I wanted to tell him, “I missed my time as his ‘tag-along’, and I hope that in a future life, you won’t and don’t, have to work as hard anymore.”

And so, this, is how this man, provided for his families, by using his hands, by working hard, by showing them, that so long as they’re willing to put in the time, the hard work, be honest in dealing with others, then, they will be able to succeed in whatever they do, even if it wasn’t in business, because, business should be based off of honesty, and yet, nowadays, business only cared about making the money.

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The Most Beautiful Scenery: Workers, Going the Extra Mile to Offer Assistance to the Customers

Going that extra mile in customer service skills, and this occurs only in the, distant locations, where not that many people comes by to visit, rarely in the bigger cities, because we all get caught up in our own lives in the big cities that we are living in, translated…

This is, the last gas station, before we drive up Taiping Mountain on Taiwan Seventh.  The tourists would normally, fill up their gas tanks here, go to the restrooms, or maybe, bring along, a hot cup of, coffee.  The elevations are going up, the roads, winding more and more, and the temperatures are surely to, drop, sharply.

In that small shop, that is a part of the gas station, the tea stewed eggs called out to me.  “We have tasty eggs made with the teas, you can bring a couple up the mountains, it tastes wonderful even when it’s cold!”  We were, persuaded, “if you liked these, as you pass by here when you come back down from the mountain, you can, bring a few more eggs home, it’s good for a few days.”, the worker’s smile like the sun shining, swept away the small displease of how it was, raining, we’d loved, how the store clerk was, confident about what he was, selling.

Another wok was steaming in the store, the clerk lifted up the lid for us to see.  “We are the only one who sell this item here of all the chain in Taiwan, it’s the specialty food item from Hualien, very delicious, we had many frequent customers.”  Seeing how his eyes lit up as he’d told us about the food, with that genuine feel of an old friend, we were, once more, convinced.

With the two eggs, two specialty food item, two hot cups of coffee, we’d, headed toward Taiping Mountain.  At this time, other than the aromas of the foods, there’s, that kindness, that wonderful feel of the care and concern from the clerk.  With his mentioning to us what we need to watch out for, his blessings, we’d found a perfect beginning to our trip.

And, he’d not, let us down one bit.  There days later after we came back down the mountains, we went into the shop to buy some more things, thanked his suggestions, and like old friends, letting one another know that we’re, okay.  And, even though, the sights were breathtaking, but, every time we’d thought back to this trip that we took, the work ethics, the kindness, of that shop clerk, was the most beautiful scene we’d, encountered on that trip.

And so, this, is on how someone who’s just doing his job, who’d, shown you a little extra care and concern, that’s, made everything better for you, and this also showed how important customer service skills are, you’re NOT just selling the items off the racks, you’re, helping someone with fulfilling her/his needs too.  And, if every worker can carry this sort of an attitude, then, everyone can become, employee of the month.

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The Case of the Judge Secretly Filming His Female Coworker’s Computer Conversations, May Cost Him His Judgeship

The crimes of invasion of privacy, committed, by a, court judge, on his, fellow, female, coworker here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Criminal Court judge, Tsai of Taoyuan District Court systems was found secretly filming the private conversation on the female coworker, Tseng’s and her photos, caused the news media to take note; Tseng pressed charges on him, the Taoyuan District Court found Tsai guilty of obstruction of secret, sentenced him to five months in prison, Tsai and the D.A. prosecuting the case both filed for appeals, the Highest Court of Taiwan tossed both appeals back, case settled.

The justice system had suspended Tsai since this May in written order.  The case was reviewed by the evaluation board committee members, and they’d decided to send the case to the duties courts, and recommended that Tsai be taken off his post, this was the new judge laws of July 17th last year, the very first case of impeachment that didn’t go through the Examination Department, and sent straight to the duties courts to try.

The Regulation of Judgeship Article 42 states “the judges who had been found guilty of a jail sentence, who’d damaged the reputation of judgeship” can be relieved of duty.  The legal realm believed, that Tsai was sentenced, and unless his behavior of secretly filming the female judge “didn’t make the position of judge undignified”, otherwise, he would’ve lost his job as a court judge.

Tseng, the female judge’s families has medical needs, Tsai introduced her to a legal adviser of a hospital, Wu, not known that both Tseng and Wu were both single, on May 25th of last, he was sitting alone in the office, and saw Wu’s message to Tseng, popping up from LINE, referring to her as “honey”, and there were the photos of intimacy of both, mistakenly thought the two were having an extramarital affair, and, took the shot of the screen, and, reported it to the Taoyuan District Court’s court manager.

As Tseng was called in, she’d found that Tsai took the screen shot of her computer, that he’d set up the micro webcam, and shot her talking in private with Tsai.  Taoyuan District Court found Tsai guilty of two counts of obstruction of secret, gave him five months, and he can pay a fee and not serve the time.

As the High Courts was in session, Tseng cried, and told that she wishes she could kill the “self that forgot to turn off her computer”, then none of this would’ve, happened.  The High Courts believed, that the victim started having symptoms of anxiety, insomnia; on the surfaces, Tsai had admitted to what he’d done, but, not told of what happened in sum, that it was hard to confirm, that he’d, learned his lessons from the events.

And this would be, another, INVASION of privacy, committed by a court judge, and, as he’d found that the woman was having the intimate conversation with the man he’d introduced her to, he probably felt proud of himself, for catching her cheating, not known, that she’s single and so was the man he’d introduced her to, and, it got him in trouble.

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The Female Bus Driver, Kind to Treat Every Passenger Like a Member of Her Own Family

With a good work ethics, and a care and concern shown toward her passengers, a gentle female bus driver at work, off of the Newspapers, translated…

There were the passengers who rode the Kingbus Route 1551 from Keelung to Hsintien, who’d commended a female driver with long-hair, for driving very stably, how she’d shown great concerns for her passengers as they alighted and gotten off her bus, and offered her assistance to them.  The bus company found this driver, it was Lee, who drove the Keelung route, a sweet-looking woman, she said, what she did was a part of her, work responsibilities.

The passenger, Ms. Lin left the message of her good experience of riding Route 1551, with the “long-haired driver”, that she drove very steadily, that as the passengers got on and off, she’d been kind to remind them to watch the gap, to be careful, and when there were the immobilized elderly, she’d, gotten out of her driver’s seat to assist them, that all the passengers who rode her bus had nothing but good things to say about her, that she was a gentle, kind female bus driver.

Lee is a married woman from Keelung, originally she was a homemaker, a little over two years ago she passed her bus driver license, became one of close to ninety drivers for the Kingbus drivers, one of three women.  She doesn’t have a set route that she drives, recently, the most frequent route she drove was from Keelung’s Luodong, Route 1880, and the recent route she stepped in to drive, the Keelung to Hsintien, Route 1551.

臉書被封「長髮美女」駕駛曝光,就是基隆站女司機李玨怡。記者游明煌/翻攝
the female bus driver who was noted for her kindness and gentleness for her passengers…photo courtesy of UDN.com

Lee is a sweet looking woman, over thirty years of age, a mother of two children ages around seven and eight, because she has elder, and children to care for, she’d, shown the special care and concern toward the elderly and the young children passengers who took her bus, treated them as if they were her family, gently reminded her passengers to be careful of the steps as the alighted and gotten off, patiently waited for her passengers to sit down and then, drive.

The milder, gentle nature that is attributed to the feminine, in the workforce of primarily male drivers, she is, very popular.  Lee’s motto for work is, “if you’re gentle to your customers, they will be gentle to you back!”, she is always able to keep good terms with her customers, maintained the amicable means of interactions with them, “I am happy driving every day”, she enjoyed working, always has a smile on her face, is, a gentle female bus driver.

The assistant to the CEO of the bus company, Chen stated, that the company will give her an award for her work ethics.  To which Lee responded, that she was only doing what she is supposed to, that most of the drivers shared her same attitude toward the passengers.

This woman took her work seriously, and, puts her heart AND soul, into work, into providing the services to her passengers, and, it’s her means to show her cares and concerns for her passengers that’s, touched them, this is a woman with the good work ethics!

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Two Cabdrivers

One younger, one, middle aged, the younger was kinder, more gentle toward this woman and the needs of her husband, but not the older, more experienced driver, because, perhaps, the older driver lost his passion for work, while the younger driver felt that he was offering help to someone in need, and that’s the attitude differences, to how the two drivers perceived the needs of this woman’s husband, translated…

As my husband became immobilized, these past few years, when we went out, we took the cabs.  Awhile ago, he was due back at the hospital for his check up, as we’d just come out of our home, stood out to flag down a cab, the cab came from the other side of the streets for us.

As the driver opened up the door, I’d, tilted my head to him, stated, “I’m sorry, can you open your trunk, so I can put the wheelchair in.”  the driver was stumped for a bit, then, opened up his trunk, I’d helped my husband settle in first, then, moved his wheelchair to the trunk, but because of the height, and how I didn’t have enough muscle, I couldn’t, lift his wheelchair in, and it took me two, three minutes to finally store it in.  As I got in the cab, the driver had a soured face, and complained, “how slow!”, other than apologizing, there’s, nothing I can, say, after, time to them is, money.

Yesterday morning, we needed to go out again, and with the previous experience, I thought, as the cab stopped, I should inquire the driver if he’d mind taking someone in a wheelchair first.  And yet, as the cab stopped for us, not only did the front driver’s side door opened, so had the trunk too.  That young driver in a gray workout suit, with a baseball cap came out of his driver side, walked to beside us, gave my husband a hand, said, “Grandpa, no need to rush, just take your time!” as my husband settled into the seat, he’d, bent over, lifted up the wheelchair, and stashed it for us in his trunk, very agile, the driver had been.

As we settled into his cab, I’d thanked the driver for his help, he’d squinted his eyes toward me, said, “I work in the service industry, it’s what I’m supposed to do, no need to thank me.  I’m more than blessed, to give grandpa a lift, everyone was young once, but, not all get to their elderly years, I’d always feel especially blessed when elderly flagged me down.”

Hearing the young driver’s words, other than being grateful toward him, I’d felt, warmed up, due to this, experience of wonderful ride.

And so, here, we have, two contrasting attitudes, from two separate drivers, the first was older, he’d been working too long, perhaps, already, lost his passion for what he does for a living, while, the second driver was still a young lad, and, perhaps, his heart of offering help is what made the difference in the attitude to which he perceived this woman and her husband’s needs.

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The Professionalism that the Taiwanese Employees Lacked

Written by a professor of applied art department here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The foreigners say, that Taiwan has nice people, good food, but the fundamental structures, are nowhere NEAR up to standards.  Because of how the workers cut the corners, the Bridge of Nanfangao collapsed, the train to Taroko crashed.  This reminded me of how the man, Kuo’s thoughts upon his encounter of workers in Japan when he’d visited, laying down the tiles, he’d noted, how focused those construction workers are, never-seen-before by him.  Recently, Chiao, the commentator on the news programs also criticized, that there’s that total lack of professionalism in the occupations, and this professionalism is on how no matter how small the jobs, they’re all done, with precisions, to perfections.

Based off of the news media reports, the perpetrator of the Taroko Derailing case, Lee was, a repeated offender, with a long list of, not, up-to-standard constructions in his past, and, his certifications wasn’t withdrawn back the issuers, and he was contracted for a government project!

And these past couple of days, there was another worker, cutting the corners.  The Yilan segment of the Taiwanese Railroad was constructing an elevated platform, with the workers, not watching out for the trains, gone onto the tracks to pick something up, was rammed into by the Taroko Trains, then, there was, another train coming, and thankfully, another worker stood out onto the tracks, waving the flags to prevent the trains from proceeding, otherwise, that injured worker would, lose his life, like how these trains are like cabs, you can, flag them down to stop them from keep going at any time, this showed how loosely the workers were, managed.

And, the article goes on to describe the professionalism of the professional workers in Japan, how they’re, set up to follow a set of standard operating procedures that they rarely, deviated from, comparing to how there’s NO structure, NO systems that the workers are, working by here, and you see this, sharp contrast.

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The Bad Cop Invested in the Gambling Arcades, and Committed Arson on the Car, was Fired from the Police Department

An officer of the LAW, who knew it was wrong what he was doing, and still, did it, and he only received, suspension, believe it or don’t!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated….

There was an arson of a car in the Mado Substation jurisdiction in August, and the whole case, as the department investigated, was by Hu the officer who worked at the precinct, having debt disputes in the gambling arcades, and felt displeased that the worker of the arcade, Sun owed him money and not paid, he’d set Sun’s car on fire, he was, malicious; the Tainan D.A.’s Office called Hu to the offices, after interrogating the officer, Hu had the bail of $100,000N.T. for public endangerment and gambling charges.

The head of the Tainan City Police Department was furious upon hearing the news, believed that Hu had destroyed the reputations of the police office, yesterday, he’d fired Hu from his job and given him two major reprimands.

The Mado Police was investigating a car getting burned down on August 20th of this year, the car was almost completely, totaled, the owner, Sun wondered how the car caught fire?  As the fire department examined it closely, they’d found an urn underneath the car as the origin of the fire, after reviewing over the street surveillances, they suspected that there’s a high chance that this was, an arson.

The police went by the description of the victim who’s car was burned up, and zoomed in on the forty-four year-old officer, Hu who had debt problems with the owner of the car, Sun, and reported to the district attorney’s office to start up a specialist task squad, to secretly investigate Hu’s money flow, his communication, and his whereabouts too.

The police and the district attorney’s office investigated, that Hu worked in the police department for over two decades, mostly, on desk or internal duties, three years ago he was transferred to the city, but not long thereafter, he transferred back to Mado, was suspected of investing into the arcades, as the fund supporter of the places, that Hu was displeased at how the worker, Sun owed over hundreds of thousands of dollars in debts and not collected, in the middle of the nights, he’d committed arson on Sun’s car; as an officer of the law, when he’d gone to commit arson, he was wearing a cap, a mask on purpose, and dodged the surveillance cameras by placing an ignited pot of fire underneath the sedan, and half an hour later came the explosion, the burning down of the car.

Hu denied the allegations, claimed that he had an alibi, the police reviewed over the surveillance footages, although there was not a perfect view of the suspect, but the victim pointed out, how Hu was the owner of the gambling arcade, and the district attorneys believed that there’s enough evidence for a search warrant.

Based off of understanding, Hu is good looking, but as he worked in the police department, he’d gone on a lot of calls, made many connections with the locals, and this time the problem of his discipline came, some say that they’re, “not surprised one bit”.   Jeng stressed, that if the officer was found to have broken the laws, he will NOT cover for his subordinates, and will chase to the bottom of what had actually, happened, and do what’s, right.

So, this, is an officer who KNEW what he was doing was wrong, and still did it, and because he couldn’t get the debts owed to him by a player of the arcade, he’d, set his car on fire, and he got caught on tape, and, being fired from his work at the police station would be, the LEAST of his, worries, because he is looking at getting charged, and maybe, jail time too!

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