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|“||No! I shall not be bought by some cheap travel blogger! I have standards. And you, Chef Bernard, are an offence to them all! I shall return to my table and await for your next assault upon my senses!||„|
|~ Wen Ts'ai threatening Chef Bernard.|
|“||If he walked into my restaurant, I'd f--king s--t myself||„|
|~ Gabriel Santos, a previous target, commenting on T'sai|
Wen T'sai is an Elusive Target in HITMAN (2016) and the main antagonist of The Food Critic Elusive Target mission.
Wen Ts'ai is a well-known Southeast Asian food critic who is prone to aggressiveness and elitism through his distaste over tasting food. He prides himself on being above such crass specifics as "texture" and "flavour". Instead, he applies himself to the experience as a whole and does not dirty his pallete with plebian things.
Most notably, during a restaurant visit in Shanghai, Wen Ts'ai livestreamed an extended diatribe triggered by his ur-glacial water being two degrees overchilled (as measured by his trademark IR thermometer), a public humilation which caused the restaurant's Singaporean chef to committ suicide.
The contract on Wen Ts'ai's assassination had been issued by the partner of the aforementioned Singaporean chef who committed suicide due to Ts'ai's critisism.
Wen Ts'ai is a caustic, petty, condescending and arrogant man, who shows distaste and scorn towards ordinary food critics and bloggers, having his own elitist style of standards and despised the ordinary.
Instead of tasing the food by himself, which was a key part for the food critics, Wen T'sai would callously criticized on other more trivial things, anything but food, such as decorations, tempreture, menu or even the chef and waiters themselves, in order to show his difference to those he believed to be mediocre.
However, sometimes he will break the rule if he saw certain food, like a cake prepared by Chef Bernard, similar to that prepared for Jordan Cross's birthday (which will give 47 a chance to eliminate him by poisoning the cake).