Determination of Confucius / Character Design: GIGI / 2002

GIGI: Tsai ( Zai Yu, disciple of Confucius – skillful debate ):

Silver-tongued, he has thinks quickly and enjoys showing off his mastery of words.
However, he is a lazy student, so he is described as “rotten wood can never be carved, filthy soil cannot be plowed.”

Tsai’s character analysis: Prone to bickering, he is smart in a small way, a man that says one thing but does another; opportunistic, he runs away from trouble.

The feature of appearance: He is fat with a big face. His mouth is huge and thick. His neck is short and thick.

Favorite: devilment and crowds
Hate most: gentleman