From then on Huo Lianshan was really polite to Luo Ding. He even spoke mildly and had also offered his iced drinks to Luo Ding several times.
For most people in China, May 21, 1992, was just another bland day, but at this time, for people of Shanghai, particularly the stock market investors in Shanghai, it was a fascinating and passion-filled day because on this day, the Shanghai Stock Exchange announced a full liberalization of stock prices
Just after 12 o’clock, Huo Lianshan, the actor who was to play Li Jiancheng, arrived on time.
Putting down the knife and fork in his hand, Xiao Yun steepled his fingers, leaned back against chair, and said “Oh, let’s hear it.” There was a lack of interest in his tone and it appeared like he had no interest in this proposal at all.
There was a lot of greenery in the film and television city and because there were very few modern elements, birds which had flown into the trees outside the hotel had begun to chirp before the morning dawn.
From January 19th to February 1st, 1992, the ongoing sale of stock subscription certificates, ended very tepidly on the eve of the Spring Festival
With more than forty people seated around seven or eight tables, the group almost filled up the entire space on the second floor of the restaurant.
After writing the last stroke on the remittance slip, Chen Yuanming put down the pen in his hand and handed over the postal money order to be sent out. In a little over half a year, he had remitted a total of 18,000 yuan to his family and had written several letters to report his safety.