Chapter VIII: Time.
(Beijing, China. 1931- 1935?)
Luke walked around the confusing and over crowding streets in Beijing. A few months earlier, the Icelandic archaeologist had a mysterious letter written to him by a young man named, Wang Cho. As the letter mentions, he is a descendant who is trying to find his ancestor's lost tomb. An unknown Chinese emperor, that died in the mid-nineteenth century. It was an odd request, but he insisted as being his nephew's descendant, it was important to him to know more information about his ancestry line. The amount in payment was actually reasonable, it was the eerie suspicion about this man and this unknown emperor that made him feel uneasy. His older brother, Adam, told him he should take the business.
In the middle of a busy street, there was a small curtain about a tiny shop door reading "Jewelry Shop" in Chinese characters. Luke entered inside to see a young man in his late teens or early twenties, look up with no emotion on his face.