Still deeply touched by the unexpected plot even if I had read the Chinese version many years ago. Agatha had this magic, you can't figure out the murderer until the last minute and you can't even blame the murderer since the motive was so plausibly depicted. Every figure had his own distinct character. The ending was thought-provoking, was it right for Poirot to keep silent after finding the truth? Ain't it another injustice although the deceased was guilty himself? How should we bring justice when law enforcement doesn't work?