Chapter 370 Ready to Promote It in the Whole School
“This is the meal you cooked for me?”
Looking at Jiang Miaoyu sitting opposite and staring at him, Fang Qiu did a dry swallow. She seemed to be quite proud of herself.
On the table, there was nothing but a plate of scrambled eggs with green peppers and a bowl of steaming white rice.
“Yeah. That’s the only meal I can cook.” Jiang Miaoyu said with a shy smile as she knew what Fang Qiu meant by his words.
Fang Qiu couldn’t help but twitch his lips.
“Why do you only know how to cook this?” Fang Qiu asked.
“It’s easy.” Jiang Miaoyu pointed to the green pepper with scrambled eggs, stating calmly, “I just need to mix the paper with the eggs, add some salt and fried with oil on it. It’s not difficult at all.”
Fang Qiu’s lips twitched again.
Looking at that plate where some of the eggs seemed to be burnt, he was a little scared.
“Come on, have a bite.” Jiang Miaoyu urged him and looked forward to his comment. “Taste it and tell me how it is.”
Hearing that, Fang Qiu hurriedly picked up the chopsticks and ate a big mouthful of the eggs with the rice.
It turned out it wasn’t so bad.
“Well, it’s good.” Feeling such a relief, Fang Qiu beamed and then continued to eat.
Watching Fang Qiu enjoying the meal, Jiang Miaoyu also smiled happily.
When Fang Qiu finished the food, Jiang Miaoyu gazed at Fang Qiu with puppy eyes. “Now, it’s your turn.”
“What?” Fang Qiu was startled and then felt as if he had been set up.
“You’ve finished your food, but I haven’t.” Jiang Miaoyu looked quite upset and then said, “Do you want me to stay hungry? I’ve already helped you celebrate. Now, as my boyfriend, don’t you think you need to do something in return?”
Fang Qiu shook his head and smiled. “Well, I should have known this would happen.” He thought to himself.
“Okay.” As Jiang Miaoyu relentlessly bombarded him, Fang Qiu finally stood up and said with determination, “Since you have said so, let me show you that I’m capable of anything!”
“All right, show me. Go ahead.” Jiang Miaoyu waved her hand.
Fang Qiu didn’t hesitate and went straight into the kitchen.
Jiang Miaoyu was thinking whether she should go in and took a peep, then immediately heard the sound of bang, so she got more excited.
The sound of banging was so loud, so she reckoned that maybe Fang Qiu was going to make a great meal.
Jiang Miaoyu could no longer bear the curiosity in her heart, so she stood up and ran toward the kitchen.
But within a few steps, Fang Qiu came out.
“Huh?” Jiang Miaoyu paused.
Staring blankly at the plate of food in Fang Qiu’s hand, she was stunned.
Fang Qiu was holding a plate of smashed cucumbers.
“Here, have a taste.”
As Jiang Miaoyu was staring at him, Fang Qiu stepped forward and put the cucumber on the table, and then ran to fill a bowl of steaming rice and handed it to Jiang Miaoyu.
“Is this the meal you cooked for me?” Jiang Miaoyu was speechless.
She thought that Fang Qiu would cook her a big meal, but it turned out to be even simpler than hers.
“That’s all I could cook.” Fang Qiu spread out his hands and said innocently.
“You said you were capable of anything. I thought you knew how to cook.” Jiang Miaoyu said with a sigh.
The restaurateur couldn’t help but laugh.
This couple was a perfect match. One only knew green pepper with scrambled eggs, while the other could only cook smashed cucumber.
Just like Fang Qiu, although the meal was not very sumptuous, Jiang Miaoyu enjoyed it very much.
“I’ve decided.” Finishing her meal, Jiang Miaoyu put the bowl on the table and said, “With your cooking skills, I think I’ll be the one who cooks while you wash the dishes.”
“Well…” Fang Qiu smiled. “Actually, with my talent, I will soon learn to cook something delicious.”
“Great.” Jiang Miaoyu nodded and continued, “Then you cook, and you do the dishes.”
Fang Qiu was speechless.
Soon, they had finished their dinner delightedly and were walking back to school from the restaurant.
Suddenly there were four or five people standing in front of them.
“Here.” Without saying anything else, the student handed a stack of papers directly to Fang Qiu.
“What?” Fang Qiu was stunned.
Jiang Miaoyu was also curious.
“The thing you asked for.” The student replied.
Hearing that, Fang Qiu took it over and had a look.
There was a whole stack of paper with names written all over it.
It was the list Fang Qiu asked them to make earlier.
Fang Qiu was taken aback as he saw a great number of names on it.
Of course, these names weren’t handwritten but printed.
At the top of the first piece of paper, it wrote: Qigong practice registration form.
When he saw these words, he understood in an instant.
“They all want to learn Qigong?” Fang Qiu asked.
“Yes.” The student nodded smugly.
“Are you trying to wear me out?” Fang Qiu shook his head with a wry smile.
“Qigong practice registration form?” Jiang Miaoyu carefully looked at the form and then immediately took out a pen from her bag, signed her name at the end of the form.
Then, with a smile on her face, she said, “Count me in.”
“Phew…” Fang Qiu took a deep breath, holding the list. “Well, I’ll take the list first. Let me think about how to teach you.”
Then he walked Jiang Miaoyu back to the dormitory.
“Hang in there.” On the stairs, Jiang Miaoyu said with a smile.
“Here you go. Bye.” Fang Qiu waved his hand.
After Jiang Miaoyu went upstairs, Fang Qiu turned around and returned to his dormitory.
As he walked, he looked at the numerous names on the list in his hand. The more he thought about it, the more speechless he became.
How many people were there?
It was not that he didn’t want to teach. The point was that there were too many people for him to teach.
It would take days, even weeks, just to adjust their postures.
Take the military training as an example, a drill instructor could only take charge of one class at most.
“How can I teach these people?” With his eyebrows furrowed, Fang Qiu began to ponder to himself.
The problem he had to face was not just how to teach, but what to teach.
Should he teach them the traditional method of Guidance Technique and Baduanjin?
“No.” Thinking of this, Fang Qiu immediately shook his head, muttering. “If he taught them in this way, it would be too slow for them to feel the Qi.”
“But I don’t think there is any method of quick comprehension of Qi.”
“Or… I can make it up!”
Thinking of this, Fang Qiu’s eyes brightened.
It was just Qigong. As a guru, it was not difficult to combine all kinds of Qigong techniques that he knew. Together with what he had learned, he could create a new set of techniques.
As long as he created the method which was based on quickly sensing Qi, he would certainly be able to compile a set of methods that were most suitable for the students.
Back in the dormitory, Fang Qiu didn’t read books or train his mental power. Instead, he lay in bed, carefully thinking to combine the methods.
All he had to do was to go through the motions carefully in his mind, and then put them together, memorizing the most likely combinations and waiting for the practice.
The next day, at 3:00 a.m., Fang Qiu got up.
Going to the playground, he began to study a variety of combinations of movements that he thought about last night.
He practiced every set of the combinations and felt the influence and mobilization of these movements to Qi.
He kept practicing until 5:00 a.m.
Fang Qiu then took a deep breath. What he needed was a method that he could make everyone learn from and quickly feel the Qi with. He had worked it out.
“Instead of just teaching a few people, maybe I should just make it big and spread it around!” He thought.
Fang Qiu returned to the dormitory, eating breakfast and doing some reading.
It was not until eight o’clock that Fang Qiu reached Chen Yinsheng’s office.
“Principal.” As soon as Chen Yinsheng got to work, Fang Qiu came.
“What do you want for seeing me so early?” Chen Yinsheng was surprised to see Fang Qiu and became confused as he saw Fang Qiu holding a stack of paper.
“There’s something I’d like to report to you, and I hope to get the support of the school.” Fang Qiu said.
“What is it?” Chen Yinsheng sat down at his desk and asked Fang Qiu to have a seat.
“I want to teach the whole school how to practice Qi.” As he spoke, Fang put his list on Chen Yinsheng’s desk and continued, “Of course, teachers who want to practice can also follow us. These are the names of students who came to me voluntarily to sign up and want to learn from me.”
Hearing that, Chen Yinsheng was stunned.
Then he took the list and looked at it, feeling even more surprised.
“So many people?” Looking at the numerous names on the list, Chen Yinsheng took a deep breath and then looked at Fang Qiu while furrowing his brows.
“From the view of the school, it’s really good for the school and the students. It’s also helpful for the development of traditional Chinese Medicine, but it’s not so easy to implement.”
Chen Yinsheng thought about it and said, “Okay, I’ll approve it first, but if we want to put it into practice, I’ll need to have a meeting with the relevant school leaders to make a discussion.”
“All right.” Fang Qiu nodded.
“Ok, today, it is the final of the Young Physician of Huaxia Competition. The examination will start in an hour. Please go to the examination first. We’ll talk about it when you finish the exam.” Chen Yinsheng reminded him.
Fang Qiu nodded and turned to leave, heading to the examination site.
This time, the examination site was set up on the first floor of the teaching building.
There were three classrooms for the examination.
At 8:50 a.m., the proctor arrived.
“Before the exam starts, let me introduce the rules of the exam.”
The proctor said after making sure that 30 people who entered the exam arrived. “In this examination, you will be divided into three groups. Ten people for each group.”
“The exam is divided into three rounds. Fifty minutes for each round. After one round, each group needs to switch your room. That means each of you will only have five minutes to enter the exam room for diagnosis. Is that clear?”
“Now I’ll divide you into groups.” After introducing the rules, the proctor took out the list and called out ten people’s names to form the first group.
Fang Qiu was in the first group.
Jiang Miaoyu and Zhou Xiaotian were divided into the second group.
Zhu Benzheng and Sun Hao were in the third group.
After being divided into groups, they needed to draw lots to decide the order.
Fang Qiu drew No. 3, which meant that he was the third one to enter the examination room in the first group.
Soon, it was 9:00 a.m.
The exam began.
The people who had drawn No. 1 in the three groups entered the three exam rooms at the same time.
Each person only had five minutes to see the patient, so it hadn’t been long before Fang Qiu went into the exam room.