• In 1925, U Po Kyin is a Subdivisional Magistrate of Kyauktada in Burma, at the time an English colony.
• U Po Kyin has risen to his position due to his dishonesty and treachery.
• He reflects that he can make up for his misdeeds by building religious sites later in life.
• During the morning, U Po Kyin takes visitors, most of whom arrive to offer him bribes.
• U Po Kyin and Ba Sein, a subordinate, discuss their most recent intrigue, which involves dishonoring a well-respected Burmese doctor
• .Ba Taik displays a copy of the Burmese Patriot, which humorously slanders the name of Mr. Macgregor, the English Deputy Commissioner of the area.
• After approving of the editorial, U Po Kyin announces that they will henceforth make a concerted attack upon the character of Dr. Veraswami, a local Indian resident.
• U Po Kyin deals with his other visitors swiftly and without...
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