"What did you say? CFA?" Jane curiously asked. She didn’t raise cats and had no idea what CFA was. Seeing that the Kung Fu Master from China was driving away immediately, she had no time to look it up herself— she could only come over and ask him directly. Richard explained a little. Jane ‘s pupils dilated. With her keen intuition as a journalist, she thought this may be a good subject—the multiple identities of the Chinese Kung Fu master? It seemed that it was a topic worthy for a follow-up and for her to delve further into. "Sir, do you mind if we go with you?" she asked. "I am also very interested in this race, and I promise I will not disturb you." Of course, she was not interested in the cat game, she just said that to win the favor of Zhang Zian, so that he would agree to let her interview him about the whole process. The magical performance of Zhang Zian just now was really eye-opening to her, so she also had a strong curiosity about the truth, wanting to know more about this mysterious Chinese man. She had made up her mind that she would drive to follow him regardless of whether Zhang Zian agreed or not. She must not miss this rare opportunity, or she would be blamed severely by the boss when she returned to the television station. Zhang Zian thought for a moment. He was fine with her following him. He was not sure whether CFA would agree to let her shoot, but it was not his business. He nodded in agreement and pointed to the map that Tim had given him. Richard said knowingly, "Of course I don’t mind. I'm not familiar with the neighborhood, so if you can, please drive in front of me and I'll follow you. Just go to the place marked on the map. " Jane took over the map and glanced at it, recognizing that the "x" was a stadium in the neighboring county.