Lack of money doesn't stop Liu Bing from plotting though and he decides to pit Xiao Xi directly against Sha Xing (the spoiled princess) by anonymously entering her name into a contest to become the school's next spokesperson. Stunned to find herself the center of the attention again, Xiao Xi has no interest in the contest but things seems to be spinning out of her control.
Just when Xiao Xi is about tell the orphanage kids that she can't deliver on her promise, a shipment of new computers and desks all the sudden show up in the name of Liu Bing's grandfather. Jumping with excitement when he spies Xiao Xi crying tears of happiness from reading his note, Liu Bing's grandfather wonders why his grandson wouldn't just tell Xiao Xi that he was the one who ran to all those computer companies to convince them to sponsor the orphanage.
Things are noticeably getting friendlier between our two leads despite Liu Bing's continual tendency to provoke Xiao Xi whenever he opens his mouth. Grateful to Liu Bing again when he pulled some strings to get the hospital to treat an orphanage child for free, Xiao Xi takes Liu Bing out for dinner.
Sha Xing's furry is fueled even more when her minions report to her that Jian Che (second lead) has taken to the streets to play his violin to help Xiao Xi raise money for the orphanage.
After convincing Xiao Xi to stay in the spokesperson contest AND share a bed with him in exchange of him finding a business sponsorship for the orphanage, a rather dejected Liu Bing comes home to inform a disappointed Xiao Xi that he was unsuccessful in fulfilling his end of the deal. Watching Jian Che who showed up bright and early to take Xiao Xi out to find a business sponsor, Liu Bing couldn't help but be bothered. Unfortunately, even with Jian Che's help Xiao Xi was still unable to solve the orphanage's crisis and has no choice but to admit defeat. Fully expecting a crestfallen orphanage director, Xiao Xi was instead greeted by a giddy director who informs her that someone has donated fifty thousand dollars to the orphanage.
Showing up at the orphanage with her club that has since gotten bigger thanks to her charity speech, Xiao Xi gets a pleasant surprise when a business all the sudden shows up to sponsor the orphanage.
Prompted by a tv program that asserted a candle light dinner is the best way to a girl's heart, Liu Bing decides to toss his pride aside and borrow money from Xiao Xi's roommate to personally make dinner for her. Wincing as he walks around the grocery store to buy a bunch of things that's way below his standard, Liu Bing mutters "Ming Xiao Xi, you better like this."