The Complete Guide to the Use and Care of a Personal Assistant Translator: Jury Editor: NomNom First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter Seventy-five Ji Linxi arrived at Su Yuyang’s house. Neither Su Yuyang nor Ling Miao was in and Yan Li was still asleep. Knock knock knock. A frantic knocking came from the door. Clearly, the person knocking was using a lot of force. It woke Yan Li, who complained with annoyance, “Ling Miao, go open the door.” Then she pulled the blankets up and went back to sleep. Less than a minute later, the knocking started up again. “Ling Miao—” Yan Li raised her voice and shouted Ling Miao’s name but got no response at all. “Where’s he gone?” Yan Li unhappily got out of bed and ran a hand through her messy hair as she walked barefoot to the door. “Ah—who is it?” Yan Li opened the door in a bad mood. The door opened to reveal Ji Linxi, panting for breath. Yan Li stared at him for several seconds and frowned. “Linxi? Are you here for Ling Miao? He’s not here.” She wasn’t fully awake yet; her voice was hazy, the indolence in it especially piercing to the ears. Ji Linxi seemed entranced by the voice. He stared at Yan Li, seeming to forgetting why he had come. “Linxi?” Yan Li called softly. Ji Linxi had...Read More
The Complete Guide to the Use and Care of a Personal Assistant Translator: Jury Editor: NomNom First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter Seventy-four Yan Li didn’t say a word. After returning to the room, she just sat on the bed and played a video game. Ling Miao thought that she had pulled him in because she had something to say to him, but not only did she say nothing, she was playing her game as if he wasn’t there. Ling Miao opened his mouth to speak and heard Yan Li yell: “Control the BOSS’s Hatred attack, Nanny, quick, heal! And you, little guy, where are you going? The boss’s Hatred attack might change target! Ah, finally, it’s done. Let’s split the equipment.” As Yan Li completed the dungeon, her mood also got much lighter. Even her words seemed to float: “I’ve done this dungeon every day for half a month. I finally beat it! Heh heh. Ling Miao, do you want to play too?” “Er… if nothing’s the matter, I’ll just go.” Video games. Since arriving at Su Yuyang’s house, Ling Miao hadn’t played many video games. On the few occasions he did play he was just running support for his gamer friends. “If you don’t want to play, I won’t force you. If you want to go out, I won’t stop you, either. But are you sure you...Read More
The Complete Guide to the Use and Care of a Personal Assistant Translator: Jury Editor: NomNom First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter Seventy-three Yan Li was living in Su Yuyang’s house again. This didn’t inconvenience Ling Miao, although there was one thing he did have a very strong objection to. But he had no other choice—he had to listen to Yan Li’s instructions. “Xiao Miao~” Yan Li shouted, dragging out his name. Her indolent tone gave Ling Miao goosebumps. Ling Miao put down the work in his hands and rushed to Yan Li’s room. He picked up the card Yan Li had put on the desk, then turned without another word and walked out. Every day, Ling Miao had to go to the florist, personally select flowers, attach Yan Li’s handwritten card, then finally have the florist send them to Ji Linxi. If Ling Miao showed even a sliver of resistance, Yan Li would hold Ling Miao’s secret over his head—that Ling Miao had feelings for Su Yuyang. At first, Ling Miao had suggested just telling the florist what to write on a card and leaving the flower selection to them, but Yan Li didn’t agree; she said she had to write the card herself in order for it to be meaningful, and the flowers needed to be personally curated in order to show sincerity. So she had to...Read More
The Complete Guide to the Use and Care of a Personal Assistant Translator: Jury Editor: NomNom First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter Seventy-two Su Yuyang froze. His gaze drifted towards Ling Miao, who stared out the window with his cheek in his hand. His eyes were half-closed and Su Yuyang couldn’t tell if he knew Su Yuyang was looking at him. Su Yuyang’s motions hadn’t been abrupt, so it wasn’t especially easy to tell. A moment’s effort later, Su Yuyang returned his gaze to his phone. Su Yuyang: From where exactly do you get that I like Ling Miao? Yan Li: Old Su, do you think I didn’t see you getting jealous in front of the stage? Yan Li hadn’t seen Su Yuyang’s jealousy firsthand, but Ji Linxi had. In order not to arouse Su Yuyang’s suspicions, Ji Linxi and Yan Li talked it overand agreed to take advantage of both Ji Linxi’s firsthand experience and the fact that Su Yuyang couldn’t be sure whether Yan Li had seen what happened. Yan Li would probe Su Yuyang, and they would use his response to verify Yan Li’s conjecture that Su Yuyang liked Ling Miao. Su Yuyang: What did you see? Yan Li: You and Ji Linxi were fighting over water. I recall that the concert doesn’t allow you to bring drinks in, but you had a bottle of water,...Read More
The Complete Guide to the Use and Care of a Personal Assistant Translator: Jury Editor: NomNom First Published on Chaleuria — Chapter Seventy-one Ling Miao realized he’d said the wrong thing and haughtily turned back to the stage. Su Yuyang brushed his thumb over his lips, his smile growing gradually more bitter. Ji Linxi had already handed the flower to Yan Li, but Ling Miao had missed her reaction. He pouted in frustration and glared murderously at Su Yuyang. On the stage, Ji Linxi stood smiling awkwardly. Ling Miao listened to the chatter all around and knew Ji Linxi had made a faux pas, but he didn’t know what Ji Linxi had done. He glanced at Su Yuyang and huffed: “You made me miss a show!” Su Yuyang looked at Ling Miao like he was an idiot and reminded: “Ling Miao, you can watch the rerun on TV tomorrow.” “Mm? Is it broadcasting live today?” “Like you don’t know.” Su Yuyang shook his head. He really wanted to write the words ‘dumb cat’ on Ling Miao’s forehead. His intelligence snubbed by Su Yuyang, Ling Miao didn’t argue further. Who knows whether Su Yuyang has a follow-up blow? Ling Miao thought, then returned his attention to the stage. Yan Li coughed, maybe out of dejection. Her smile was radiant but Ling Miao thought it looked forced. Yan Li laughed: “Since...Read More
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