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However, Claire continued to believe there was no validity, so he said euphemistically, “Really, I am very busy every day and don’t have much time to go to SPA or return my card. As for the other, I will first Thank you for my mother!”
“Wife, don’t be shy about this little thing. Don’t tell me if you have time. You and mom can hold the card first.
If you have time later, you can directly visit them,” Charlie said with a smile.
“Mr. Issac, the next time I come to Shangri-La to see Feng Shui, you don’t need to pay me anymore,” he said to Issac after speaking to his wife.
“Then how embarrassed Master!” Issac exclaimed, hurriedly and courteously.
“Well, I should consider it.
I will accept it,” Charlie said, waving his hand. “President Issac should not shirk this matter any longer.”
“If this is the case, then I’m better off respecting my life!” Issac said after borrowing the donkey.
“By the way, President, I have something to ask you for help with, I don’t know if it’s okay?”
Jacob, who had been silent for a while, said, a little embarrassedly.
“Mr. Willson, please say!” Issac hurriedly said.
“That’s it…” Jacob coughed and said, “Our Aurous Hill Painting and Calligraphy Association recently wanted to hold a painting exhibition, but the venue has yet to be determined.
Originally, I wanted to go to Treasures Pavilion, but there was a kidnapping and bombing case some time ago, and the citizens were a little panicked there after the incident. If we still want to go there.
“No problem,” Issac said with a smile, “we have several banquet halls in Shangri-La, as well as a sky garden, which you can simply take out for your use if you don’t have time.”
“Hey, didn’t Sky Garden say it’s wrong to outsource the field?” Jacob exclaimed, excitedly.
“Will it create trouble for President Issac if I choose that?”
“There is nothing to worry about,” Issac said quickly.
“The sky garden is big and tastefully decorated, and it will undoubtedly contribute to the exhibition’s efficiency. Mr. Willson doesn’t need to be so polite!”
“Wow! Thank you very much, Mr. Issac!” exclaimed Jacob, his face beaming.
“By the way, President, do you know if there is an estimated sum for the cost of this sky garden?” he inquired after he had finished speaking.
“Mr. Willson, I heard you are now the executive vice president of the Painting and Calligraphy Association?” Issac asked, smiling.
“It’s just a falsework, not worth mentioning, not worth mentioning…” said Jacob, ashamed.
“It’s already nice to be able to sit in this role,” Issac said solemnly. “Mr. Willson doesn’t have to be so modest.”
“Since Mr. Willson is the executive vice president of the Calligraphy and Painting Association, this is my own business,” he said again.
“Of course, I can’t raise money for my own business, so I have people arrange the place for free use by the Calligraphy and Painting Association.”