Famous saw Sheng Ke at the same time. It stood up from its lying position and slowly approached him. "Tut, what a nice German Shepherd. Mr. Zhang, is this your dog?" Sheng Ke squatted, carefully observing Famous. He felt that this German Shepherd was very good. It was very quiet while standing still, its eyes were bright and shiny, and it seemed to be even more well-trained than the police dogs in the police force. "Yes, Captain Sheng. Do you like German Shepherds?" Zhang Zian asked. "German Shepherds are good friends of the police. They have played indispensable roles in searching for suspicious objects and arresting suspects." Sheng Ke continued emotionally, "Unfortunately, most of the German Shepherds in our police force have been taken away recently, affecting even our normal work." Zhang Zian was even more confused. Why would the police dogs of a police force be taken away? What had happened? Only rare and high-level occasions such as the Olympic Games or the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit required mobilizing police dogs from surrounding cities to increase security clearance at target locations. The problem was that Zhang Zian hadn’t heard that any big events like the Olympic Games were going to be hosted in China anytime soon… Though he was curious, he did not dare ask Captain Sheng, for fear that something confidential was involved. He was an ordinary person, and he intended to remain one. Sheng Ke had been in the police force for many years, and was experienced in interpreting people’s expressions. He laughed, "Mr. Zhang, relax, it’s not what you think. Do you know the Tie Dun Film and Television Center?"