The founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang, usually has no good temper when dealing with officials. It is stipulated that if an official dares to embezzle 60 or two silver, he will be sentenced to death. Even in daily life, an official suddenly made himself unhappy. There was basically no good fruit to eat, but once he miraculously pardoned an official who had been sentenced to death.
The official's name was Fan Wencong, and at that time he was the supervisor of the Ming Dynasty, and the official position was originally from the Qin Dynasty. Yushi Zhongxi is one of the "Three Gongs" who are tied with his prime minister and Taiwei. The main responsibility is to supervise the hundred officials, advance to the emperor, and help the emperor handle political affairs. Later, the power was gradually weakened, and it was developed during the Ming Dynasty. The rank of the official position is already very low, but the responsibility is still to monitor the Baiguan and persuade the emperor.