Auntie Qiao cautiously approached and inquired, "Madam, what happened?"
Yin Yuerong silently entered her study and stayed inside.
Sometime later, Tangtang walked over. "Auntie Qiao, Auntie Qiao, where's Grandma?"
Auntie Qiao was fretting with worry when she saw Tangtang, her eyes lighting up. "Little Young Master, your grandma seems to be in a bad mood and has been locked up in her room."
Tangtang frowned. "Did someone bully Grandma?"
"Um... I don't know..." Auntie Qiao replied.
Even if it was the Arbitration Council, there wasn't anyone who would dare to antagonize their madam.
"Auntie Qiao, I'm worried about Grandma. Can I go in and see Grandma?" the little fella asked.
Auntie Qiao was hesitant. "Um..."
Ah-Zhong walked over with a cup of tea in hand and angrily glared at them. "The study is an important place; no one but Madam can enter!"
Auntie Qiao helplessly said, "Sorry, Little Young Master. Unless Madam gives permission, no one is allowed to enter the study."
Ah-Zhong harrumphed and walked to the study door. He quietly said, "Madam, I've boiled calming tea for you..."