her watery eyes drooping, and did not speak.

Yu Zhou quietly stepped on the ground, her legs no longer weak.
She walked to the dining table, pulled out a chair and sat down.
“Are you having some difficulties?” she asked.

“Yes,” the girl nodded.

“What’s wrong?” Yu Zhou frowned.
“Were you kicked out of the home for playing cosplay?”

The girl looked up and shook her head.
“I don’t understand.”

Yu Zhou sighed and rolled up her sleeves.
“Are you feeling hot?”

“Yes,” the girl hesitated.

“Let’s turn on the air conditioning.
I’m feeling hot too.”

“Air… conditioning?”

Yu Zhou pointed and said, “That thing next to your hand, the long strip.
Yeah, pick it up.
See the yellow button in the middle? Press it.
Beep… it’s done.”

As she waited for the cool breeze, she wondered why she had narrated the instructions for the remote control out loud.

The girl, on the other hand, was startled and shivered.
She held the remote control awkwardly, shifting her feet and staring at the air outlet with vigilance.

“Do you know magic?” The girl asked, her eyes brightening with courage.


“You can summon the wind and call for the rain.”

“Hahaha.” Yu Zhou laughed and then stopped after two laughs, “What a joke.
You’re the one who knows magic.
Now tell me, how did you get here?”

“I was going to bed, and then it thundered outside.
When I opened my eyes, I was here.”

“Oh,” Yu Zhou looked at her with indescribable emotions.
“You got struck by lightning?”

“Not exactly,” the girl said.
Although the lightning didn’t hit her directly, she decided to go along with Yu Zhou’s crazed demeanor.
“You could say it that way.”

“If that’s what you think.”

“I think?” I think? Yu Zhou was getting angry.
“Do you know what I’m thinking right now?” 

“No,” the girl replied.

“Call the police.”

“Cu…”, The girl hesitated and bit her lips in confusion.
“Cuddle?…” 1

Yu Zhou was impatient.
“Why are you always making bad puns? Pun jokes, leave my world.”

“I…” The girl was at a loss, as if she was about to cry.

Yu Zhou realized she had been too harsh and calmed herself down, went over the whole thing from beginning to end.
“You came to my house in the middle of the night and I didn’t drive you away, right? That shows that I’m a kind, warm, low-key, righteous and good person.
Am I not?”

“…Yes,” the girl admitted.

“You look good, speak clearly, and your mind doesn’t seem to have any problems.
Since you have difficulties, just say it.
Don’t beat around the bush.
How can we solve this?”

“I…” The girl hesitated.

“If you don’t leave, how can I sleep?”

“I…” The girl pondered for a moment, made up her mind, and began to speak: “My name is Xiang Wan, born in the 24th year of the Xin Yuan era, 18 years old this year.
My father, Xiang Yu, is the prime minister of the current court, and my mother, Hua, is the eldest daughter of Princess Zhao Hua of Gaozong.
My older brother, Xiang Pi, is currently the supervisor of the salt industry and the imperial censor, and he is still unmarried, but he is with…”


She started reciting her family tree.

Yu Zhou propped her chin with her left hand, biting the dead skin on her lips, and remained silent for a while.
When she looked up, her tone had changed: “What you said, is it true?”

“Yes.” Xiang Wan nodded.

Yu Zhou took out her phone, opened the calling interface in front of her, pressed the numbers 1-1-0 2, and put her index finger on the dial button expressionlessly.
“Is it true?”

Xiang Wan looked at her actions inexplicably, a little curious about the thing in her hand, but it was only for a moment, and she looked at her seriously and said, “Yes, it’s true.”

Yu Zhou turned the phone in her hand and locked the screen.

She wouldn’t call the police.
She didn’t dare.

“Xin Yuan, which dynasty is it again?”

“The Li Dynasty.”

“Oh, yes, I memorized it in high school textbooks.”

Xiang Wan felt uncomfortable and moved her neck.

“So, you time traveled?” Yu Zhou drew her conclusion, pursing her lips.

That’s the good thing about writers, they have a broad knowledge.


“That is, from one time and space to another.”

The time-traveling novels never said that the people who traveled through time were like idiots and couldn’t understand anything.

“Then,” Xiang Wan looked around and her face was still pale, “maybe.
Now it is…”

“The year 2022.”

She held onto the armrest of the sofa, as if struck by lightning, “Then what about my parents?”

“If nothing unexpected happened, they should be dead.”

Xiang Wan held onto her chest and wiped her tears with her sleeves.

Yu Zhou began to have a headache.

Her waist also started to ache.
She urgently needed to lie down in bed.

“Okay, I won’t call the police tonight, and you can stay here for now.
Walk straight to the end, turn right, it’s the second bedroom, there’s no bed, you’ll have to make it yourself.
There’s a way to test whether what you said is true.
Come out with me tomorrow.”

Xiang Wan blinked her teary eyes and listened to her sobbing.
When she finished speaking, she choked up and asked, “What’s the way?”

“The hairpin on your head, clanking and rattling, give me one tomorrow, I’ll go to the antique market to see if it’s an antique.
Hahaha.” At the end, Yu Zhou laughed.

For some reason, it touched her funny bone.

Xiang Wan sniffed and watched her laugh, feeling very sad in her heart.
But she had no other choice at the moment, she was alone and helpless, so she had to go along with her, and nodded accordingly.

“Oh, where’s Wanwan?” Yu Zhou stood up.

Xiang Wan took a breath.
Did they get so close just by meeting by chance?

“Oh, my sister’s cat, named Wanwan.
The wan 3 for eating.”

“It always rubs against me and I’m scared, so I put it in the cabinet.”

Yu Zhou exclaimed, “Which cabinet?”

Xiang Wan pointed to the side.

“That’s my…” Closet for clothes.
Not just any clothes, but clothes that need dry cleaning to maintain her appearance.

Yu Zhou walked over with a helpless expression, opened the cabinet, and as expected, the crisp and tidy shirt and black coat that had been hung up were covered in Wanwan’s fur, with clumps of cat hair piled on top of them.

She carried Wanwan out and turned to Xiang Wan with a gentle smile.

“What, what’s wrong?” Xiang Wan’s heart skipped a beat.

“Nothing,” Yu Zhou carried the cat and walked towards the master bedroom.

When that hairpin is sold, I should split some of the money, she thought.

Call the police(baojing) and cuddle(baojin) here have similar pronounciation in Chinese

Number to call the police like 911

Means bowl in Chinese

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