When Dong Fa saw Jia Yi’s pendent on Tian Zhu, he realized that Tian Zhu was his son, and offered Tian Zhu everything that he owned, after telling Tian Zhu the truth about what had happened twenty three years ago. Tian Zhu forgave his biological father and accepted what Tian Zhu had offered him
Yue Qin was still guilt ridden about the incident and wanted Dong Fa to truly repent and change his wicked ways, but Dong Fa was too secure with his riches and believed that he was untouchable. This gave Yue Qin a very bad premonition about the retribution that they would experience, especially after seeing how he gave in to everything Tian Zhu wanted.
One day Guang Jie tried to kidnap Yu Hang, but mistakenly kidnapped Tian Zhu instead. This led to a final shootout between Guang Jie and Dong Fa’s followers, and resulted in Guang Jie’s death.
As Tian Zhu and Dong Fa were reunited, Yue Qin overheard them and realized that Tian Zhu was Dong Fa’s son.
Guang Wei suspected that Tian Zhu was his half brother, but could not bring himself to accept him, knowing that he was the son of her kidnapper, although Tian Zhu was also his mother’s son.
The Long Arms of the Law and the Severing of Ties
As Guang Wei helped the police in the investigation of Dong Fa’s crimes and corruption, Dong Fa tried to silence him and his father, but Tian Zhu tipped him off and they escaped.
Guang Wei asked to do DNA testing to find out if the dead body belonged to his mother, but the results came back negative. This was because the evidence had been tampered with, thanks to a laboratory assistant who had been bribed by Dong Fa.
Meanwhile, Tian Zhu was in a dilemma about being the biological son of his mother’s killer, and was torn between helping his father and bringing her killer to justice.
When Guang Wei investigated the mystery of the negative test results, he found out about the bribing, and requested for a retest. This time, the results came back positive.
Then Yu Jie found out that Guang Wei wanted to exact revenge on her father, and she tried to make him drunk to stop him, but to no avail.