In this chapter, we learn that little li was once a member of the family. He wanted to break off with his wife because she was not gentle, but he was hunted down by his wife and her family. Little li was able to survive by jumping off a cliff. His wife wrote him a letter saying that if he finally realized that he was wrong, he could come apologize to her. This was the end of Little li's story. He went into the martial arts without hesitation, and became a hero to his generation. The gang master tells Little li that his book will be the best selling book of all time. He also tells him that he has agreed to publish the book because the fee the gang master was paying was very high. He says that he thought he was only gathering intelligences, and that he didn't realize that publishing was also a part of his job. Also, if he sells too many of the book, it can still be called "a secret book" because there will be so much demand, but the book will not have that kind of demand. First of all, it will be written by the " pinnacle experts" of the martial art world like Little li. Besides, they will hide some copies of their books in famous places and advertise for them. This kind of illustration really ruins the reader's experience of the reading experience. This is the last thing Little li wants to do. He wants to sign a confidentiality agreement with the gang masters so that they won't be able to give credit to his work.