Translator: O(n^n) oh baby Editor: thepinkfleurdelis Quality Check: Kai First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter One Hundred and Sixty-Nine: The Person In Control III That had actually been Xiao Yu’s first time directly meeting face-to-face with Nan Wei inside the company. Because he hadn’t wanted to reveal Nan Wei’s special circumstances, they’d previously only chatted on QQ. This “special circumstance” wasn’t meant for the other interns, but rather for the interns’ manager and the interns’ final evaluation committee. Chatting online did have its benefits. Xiao Yu had become accustomed to communicating online after spending eight months as a hamster. Especially with Nan Wei, Xiao Yu much preferred communicating with the online jewelry shop owner rather than the youngest son of the high-profile Nan Family who had quietly joined them. The reason Xiao Yu no longer meticulously avoided Nan Wei was quite simple: he’d already discovered through his own channels that the full-time conversion decisions had already been made for the interns. For the three-month internships, the human resources department had already selected which interns would convert to full-time before even the first month was up. Reality was harsh, but such occurrences happened all too often in this line of work. Some people had unbelievably amazing resumes but turned out to only know theory. When those people actually needed to come up with the designs, they revealed shortcomings that were omitted in their...Read More
Translator: O(n^n) oh baby Editor: thepinkfleurdelis Quality Check: Kai First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter One Hundred and Sixty-Eight: The Person In Control II “That’s all from my side. I’ll be heading out first then. Last question: how goes your internship?” Xiao Yu asked. “Pretty well,” Nan Wei replied. Nan Wei saw Xiao Yu off. When he turned, he was met with a crowd of burning stares. He gave a knowing smile and returned back to the sofa carrying his cup of red tea without so much as a sound. The past month had been pretty rough for Nan Wei. No one ever invited him for a quick lunch or dinner after work. The other interns had already marked him for failure in terms of converting to full-time after he had been late on his first day. More importantly, he came from a nontraditional academic background. Nan Wei normally could get along with strangers quite well. This was his first time feeling so helpless in this regard. Friendships were built on equal relationships. His minor difference in background caused him to be left out from the group of all the other interns. All of the other interns had come from traditional education tracks in design. Some even had overseas experience. To them, Nan Wei was at least a class lower, if not more. From this, the other interns had reached an absurd...Read More
Translator: iamfeii Editor: thepinkfleurdelis Quality Check: Kai First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter One Hundred and Sixty-Seven: The Person in Control I “Hey bro, why did you arrive so late? Was there something urgent?” Nan Wei looked at the person speaking to him and replied with a question, “Who are you?” “My name is Wu Zuoling.” “I’m Nan Wei. The traffic was a little packed, so I arrived late.” Nan Wei casually threw out an excuse. “Oh I see…” The other person did not probe further. On the same day, Human Resources gave a detailed explanation to the group of new recruits about the company’s policy concerning their job confirmations and the relevant employee benefits. At the same time, they got everyone to sign on their internship contracts. When it was Nan Wei’s turn, the HR lady hesitated for a moment but proceeded to give him the same contract that everyone else had. In fact, the contract given to Nan Wei was the official contract drafted for him. Although his salary could not be compared to Xiao Yu’s, he was nevertheless highly paid. However, just earlier that morning, Xiao Yu specifically instructed her to give Nan Wei the normal internship contract and let him fairly compete with the rest. And so, here comes the question… Should she follow Chairman Yan’s instruction and offer Nan Wei the official contract, or follow Xiao Yu’s...Read More
Translator: O(n^n) oh baby Editor: thepinkfleurdelis Quality Check: Kai First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter One Hundred and Sixty-Six: Nan Wei Starts His Job “So… let’s first check his overall situation.” After hesitating for a while, Xiao Yu finally arrived at this conclusion. Yan Jin’s eyes darkened for a few moments. Then, he dipped his head in agreement. “Got it. You can count on me.” ……. Half a year had passed since YL’s last mass recruitment phase. According to the original plans, the next round of recruitment should have been well underway. But, because of the repeated problems Yan Jin had encountered, this task had been repeatedly delayed. By this point, it was simpler to just delay it a little more until university graduation season. Nevertheless, the timing actually suited YL quite well. It coincided with university career fairs, so they could recruit a group made of new graduates. Recently, YL’s reputation had grown by leaps and bounds along with their finances, resources, and overall strength in the industry. The human resources department had started growing restless; no longer could they be satisfied with inexperienced greenhorns. They had begun thinking of poaching some of the industry’s leading experts. That is, up until Xiao Yu had joined. Putting aside Xiao Yu’s reputation and repeated victories as Mr. Mystery, YL would have already been wild with joy after successfully recruiting a former SI chief...Read More
Translator: O(n^n) oh baby Editor: thepinkfleurdelis Quality Check: Kai First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter One Hundred and Sixty-Five: Improvement At the same time elsewhere, Yan Jin received his second ever notification that his secondary card had been used. He was extremely moved. Goodness gracious, had his little Fishy finally swallowed his pride and learned to rely on him? Yan Jin excitedly checked what the money was spent on. Huh?? The amount wasn’t the issue. Why was the money transferred to a personal account? It couldn’t possibly be for company matters, right? Just as quickly as he’d thought of this, he immediately ruled it out. Today is Saturday, so that’s not possible. Xiao Yu should be waiting for me to return home and make dinner. Then what had happened? Yan Jin never wasted time making conjectures without sufficient information, so he dialed his little hacker. There wasn’t an immediate response. Yan Jin hurriedly finished buying the rest of the groceries he needed for the night’s dinner. Just as he returned to the car, he received a return call. “Aside from the recipient being an overseas personal account, there’s nothing special about it. It’s probably for a relative. Stop micromanaging him so much… Well, now that you’re here, let me tell you to stop looking to me for every small thing. I’m a busy person too.” “I’ve already settled the most important event of...Read More
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