成語：眦睚必報或睚眥必報（ZI YA BI BAO OR YA ZI BI BAO）: don’t let anyone get away even with a hostile look; to indicate a guy who is very narrow-minded.
故事英譯：In the Warring States Era, there was a Mid-ranking Official in Kingdom Wei, named Fan Ju, who was flogged and expelled out of his country by his superior, because he offended his leader by committing so-called groundless guilt. Fan Ju was good of eloquence and when he fled to Kingdom Qin, he changed his name as Zhang Lu for fearing that King Zhao of Qin might know that he was an escapee. When he was in Qin, he took advantage of his gift of eloquence to access King Zhao and offered his political policy: “to associate with distant countries and attack the near ones”. King Zhao of Qin thought that Fan Ju’s policy was good and useful, so let Fan Ju reside in Qin; then appointed him a guest advisor of the king. Afterward, Fan Ju had opportunities to meet King Zhao frequently, and always made the value propositions, and gradually was trusted by King Zhao of Qin. Finally Fan Ju was appointed as the premier of Qin. In the meantime, Fan Ju had become a rich and powerful VIP in Kingdom Qin and in all kingdoms of China. Now, he thought that he should settle the old scores with his foes and benefactors; especial to those powerful officials and their accessories who had insulted him in his native country Kingdom Wei. To those who had done a tiny favor of even a bowl of rice to him, he had to reward the benefactors. And he would revenge at his foes according their evil degree pressing at him, even somebody had glared at him, he had to settle the scores with him and revenged.