In this episode, we'll dive into a humorous tale of friendship, self-discovery, and the power of being true to oneself, all set against the backdrop of a luxurious banquet in Beijing.
En: In the vibrant city of Beijing, Li Wei and Zhang Wei were good friends, despite having the same last name, they had completely different builds and tastes.
En: Li Wei was tall and thin, simple in style, and always dressed plainly; while Zhang Wei was strong and muscular, elegant and charming, and his closet was filled with a variety of fancy shirts.
En: This time, they were staying in the center of Beijing at the gate of the Forbidden City, and in an instant, Li Wei found himself facing an embarrassing situation.
En: The night before, Li Wei had borrowed a shirt from Zhang Wei. They were getting ready to attend a luxurious banquet at the National Grand Theater. Somehow, Li Wei carelessly took a small-sized shirt from Zhang Wei's closet.
En: Maybe it was the attention-grabbing classical blue pattern or maybe it was just a neglect in his haste, but regardless, now he was wearing this tight shirt and feeling uncomfortable both physically and mentally.
En: The luxurious banquet had just begun, Li Wei sipped his cocktail and did his best to maintain elegance, but that awkwardness lingered like a dark shadow, weighing on his heart.
En: She instantly noticed his distress, but unlike the laughter from onlookers, she offered a simple yet very effective solution.
En: "I borrowed a larger-sized dinner suit from one of the waiters," Lin Ting said with a smile, "Maybe if you change into this, you'll feel more comfortable."
En: That night, in addition to the luxurious banquet, Li Wei also gained new friendship and a valuable lesson: even surrounded by people like Zhang Wei, he still needed to be true to himself.
En: The ending was satisfying, although Li Wei had endured some embarrassment, he ultimately found himself, and found his own stage. The story brought laughter but also conveyed a unique love for life and tolerance for self-respect.