[Book Introduction] On a night of rain, The female soldier was taken by hackers, dizzy, and secretly connected with the military division... Kurume was hugged by her warm body, waiting for the arrival of the vision, and at the same time began to narrate the ancient stories and doomsday legends of H City. Critic and novelist Tan Yinuo has written for ten years, and his second novel will continue to be published in the crisscross, absurd and crazy Hong Kong. In Tan Yinuo's writings, H City may be a metaphor for Hong Kong, and weird and strange events are vaguely familiar: the residents living on turtles later moved to land; some people floated from coffins; the Hua family started by growing mushrooms , Looking for land where you can grow shiitake mushrooms in various mysterious areas of H City, so that people in H City can "live and work in peace and contentment"... One after another legends that have flourished are quietly probed in the metaphorical H city. According to Dong Qizhang, the story of H City is like this: "I don’t know why, after reading Tan Enuo’s new novel, I immediately feel a very strong virtual world on the Internet. The first thing I thought of was SimCity. It may be because the novel is full of The cities and regions represented by the letters, as well as mountains, water, bridges, walls, railways, streets, and the imagination of "planting houses". Behind the various directions, although there seems to be a basis for reality, it reads so full of fiction. " 【About the Author】 Tan Yinuo writer. Graduated from the Computer Engineering Department of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and later studied the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Department of Humanities Master of Arts course, studying Hong Kong literature and ecology. He is currently a lecturer at the School of Film, Hong Kong Baptist University, and the course director of the Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in New Media and Film Creative Writing. Won the first place in the 2010 Chinese Literature Creation Award Literary Critic Group. He is the author of "So I Sit Down and Listen to the Legend of H City by Bartender M" and "The Happy Age of Black Eyes". The works are scattered in "Fiction Style", "Word Flower", and Pupu Culture Station. He wrote stories about the black eyes and kept them at home. Over the years, I have been interspersed in different spaces of H City, listening to the stories of the city, imagining the degree of fiction, practicing the connection with reality, and then forming this book. Now every day on the wine crossing day, continue to listen to the legends from the bartender.