Zhang San, a child who died in childhood, was sent to the hometown of Li Ren and his family to help, and was later beheaded by the old man.
It became the closing apprentice of Xie Lao Chi. In a Japanese army's encirclement, Xie Laochi was killed by the Japanese sniper. Zhang San hated the Japanese atrocities and participated in the Eighth Route Army. Qi Zhiwu, an instructor of the Eighth Route Army, took care of Zhang Sanguan and repeatedly rescued Zhang San in spite of safety. The old company commander Zhao Chen not only ventured to find medicine for Zhang Sanzhi, but also sacrificed himself to cover him. The greatly touched Zhang San firmly believed in staying in the Eighth Route Army. With his outstanding shooting methods and flexible and versatile tactics, the Japanese army was frightened for a time. Zhang San destroyed the enemy's offensives once and for all, accomplished various tasks and eventually regained the Zhaoyang City occupied by the Japanese. In the rain of bullets, Zhang San also gradually grew into a real Eighth Route Army soldier. Add Synopsis In Portuguese