Fighting Fish

I'm not.
A-Ken used to be one of my people,
but that's a long time ago.

He was acting on
his own initiative.

He wants to find out who
killed his brother Chau.

How should I know?
The important thing is that
there is a truce right now.

No more fighting between us.
Fights are bad for business
and bad for health insurance.

But who did kill Chau?
- Do you dare accuse me?

No, I'm just asking.
Who eliminated Chau?
- How should I know?

I want to hear from you what
your plans are for A-Ken.

And who's paying my people's
health insurance?

Why? A-Ken is not one of us.
Can't your people handle it?
Only speak when you're asked to.
Grown-ups are talking now.

Young people don't respect tradition.
Don't your men have any manners?
Can I help it that they can't even
cope with just one single man?

Would you like to hire us at
a bargain price? OK, old man?

Koh, there is no reason
to insult A-Ching.

We'll settle with A-Ken ourselves.
There's no need for you to interfere.

OK, I leave the rest of it
to you. Let's go.

Go ahead back with our people.
We'll talk about this later.