The Kite Rider

Chapter 14: Why does the Great Miao seem to be struggling with his conscience? He says that Haoyou has set him a good example; what does he mean by that? Answer both questions.

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It bothers Great Miao to be entertaining Khan, the emperor who enslaved his people. He also does not want to risk Haoyou to entertain the Khan. Haoyou talks about loyalty to his father, which reminds Great Miao that he too must be loyal to what he had sworn to his father.