For three days, Ah Jin stayed inside.
She studied the book for three days and then compared notes on the pronunciation of the video's words.
Finally, she understood roughly.
Sanlang had utterly turned into a brainwashed fan, whereas San Qi yelled in the space.
"No way, I don't believe it! You are fooling me again!"
Ah Jin ignored it.
She only discussed what was said from the video with Sanlang.
There were two groups of people: the first group codenamed "insect," and the second group codenamed "bird."
The birds ate the insects.
The hierarchy was obvious.
The two groups of people were the same organization.
The organization's name was not mentioned.
The "bird" was responsible for the delivery of goods and money collection.
The "insect" was responsible for receiving goods and giving money.
It was very clear and simple.
The video mentioned that the people above felt that the last sale was insufficient and asked the "insect" group to increase trading efforts.
The "insect" complained that the war was waged every day.
Where was the income?
There was no income to buy.
They could not afford to buy ah.
Naturally, sales dropped.
If they sold it to the rich, the people were not earning money.
There was no profit for the rich.
Thus they too fell into poverty.
Right now, they could only rely on the support of officials from all sides.
The government political factions still had money.
The video's content ended here.
There was little helpful information.
It was only revealed that they were primarily sold to government officials and factions.
Ah Jin felt that this matter must be related to the war.
She just didn't know how much weight there was involved.
Ah Jin asked Sanlang again, "Do you have a computer?"
Sanlang answered, "Yes, there is a computer, but this place has no internet."
Ah Jin thought about it, "Come on, let's go to the guards and tell them we have to go to the embassy to do something."
The head guard learned that they both wanted to go to the embassy, and after asking for advice from above, he agreed.
This was something that many journalists would ask for when they arrived.
They had no reason to stop them when they wanted to go to their embassy.
So they sent two cars to protect them and drove all the way to the embassy.
The road was not peaceful, and there were still conflicts everywhere.
Halfway down the road, Ah Jin and the others got into trouble.
Two groups of people exchanged blows in front of them, and they couldn't go any further.
The two sides didn't stop even when they saw their convoy coming.
There was nothing the convoy could do but stop.
They tried to wait for the encounter to be over to move on.
Sanlang asked the guard, "Sir, is there no other way we can go through?"
The guard replied, "I'm sorry, sir, this is the safer road. The rest of the way goes into the war zone, and when we enter there, we can't guarantee your safety."
Before he could respond, Ah Jin suddenly reached out and pressed his head down.
Then, the next moment, a bullet hit the car.
It was on the car window.
Fortunately, this car was bulletproofed.
Otherwise, it would have been a hornet's nest.
The guard shouted, "Alert! Defend!"
Everyone who was in the front and back cars quickly raced out of the vehicles.
The bodies of the car were used as cover, and people started to dodge the counterattack.
Ah Jin looked at the situation outside the window and said to Sanlang, "I think they are probably coming for us. The previous engagement was just a false impression."
"Brother Zhou, what should we do then? Why are they coming at us?"
"It's normal. We represent a third Party's country. If they could kill us and frame the other Parties, they would definitely be held accountable by our country."
This was an excellent idea.
But they were going to the embassy today on a whim.
There was no way they had planned it before.
If this group could react so quickly, then there must be a traitor among the guards.
Ah Jin whispered to Sanlang, "Be careful of the guards. There is a traitor."
Sanlang became even more nervous.
He looked pale and already had cold sweat coming out.
"Don't be afraid. I'm here."
After saying that, another bullet hit the car with a loud bang.
The two hurriedly crouched down to dodge.
Suddenly, a guard opened the car door who asked them to get out of the car to take shelter inside the house.
The two men bent over and held their heads, but before they could take a few steps out of the car, the guard was killed.
Ah Jin immediately pulled Sanlang back and retreated to the dead-end of the car, and in passing, grabbed a gun from the guard.
"Sanlang, do you know how to use a gun?"
"Yes, I learned a little at the club before."
"Teach me, hurry up."
Sanlang took the gun over and showed Ah Jin how to pull the safety to shoot.
During the process, stray bullets kept sweeping over.
The car was hit and shaken a few times.
The dust smeared on Sanlang's face as the ground covered with sand was raised.
Ah Jin tried to fire a few shots at the enemy and soon got the hang of it.
She peeked out and calmly lifted the gun in her hand.
Just as the sound of gunfire stopped, she turned around, aimed, and fired, all in one motion.
As the shells dropped to the ground with a clanging sound, the bullet arced through the air, and the man was shot dead.
Ah Jin used the same method to take out the others who were hiding inside the building.
People kept dying in the rain of bullets, but Ah Jin's mood was getting better and better.
If Sanlang looked up, he would see that her eyes were glowing with joy, as if this was not hell but heaven.
Ah Jin's suspicion was confirmed.
Death could indeed give her strength, though she didn't know why.
But it didn't matter.
She would find out one day.
The guard team's pressure was less with Ah Jin's addition, and they soon took care of the other side.
By the time the headcount was done, four dead and two were seriously injured on the guard side, while others had more or less minor injuries.
The head of the guard unit expressed his solemn gratitude to Ah Jin.
They would probably all be finished here today without Ah Jin.
"Mr. Zhou, thank you very much for your assistance. However, the information does not say that you know how to use a gun."
"That's right. I indeed didn't know how to use it. I just learned it in a hurry."
The head guard's eyes widened.
"Really? Then you're really good, Mr. Zhou."
Ah Jin was not modest.
"Thanks for the compliment."
He added, "I'm sorry, Mr. Zhou, we may have to reduce the number of your protection. We need to transport the injured back for help now."
Ah Jin expressed her understanding, "We should. Saving lives is most important. Once we arrive at the Embassy, your people can also go back to recuperate first. I will stay at the Embassy for three or five days with my companion. You will just come back to pick us up then."
Once the head guard heard that, he accepted it gladly.
He really needed to go back and fix his team.
It was good that he sent two more men to take Ah Jin to the Embassy because nothing more happened on the way back.
The Embassy was far from the city's war zone, so the war hadn't reached here yet.
If it had gone any closer, the Embassy would have had to be evacuated.
The duo checked in at the Embassy and connected to the internet.
Ah Jin searched the website for all the news about Country A.
The news had much the same coverage.
She wasn't even surprised to see where the reporters from other countries had taken pictures of their interviews.
Ah Jin adjusted the search date.
She focused on events before there was a war.
There were not many search results.
There was only some political and economic news, but one news item caught Ah Jin's attention.