The main assumptions and biasness of the author that shaped the argument of the article were revolving around the reasons of the connections between eroticism and music of the Ming. The usage of the element like erotic agendas of the people that encompassed in connecting the music and eroticism was biased. The author reviewed one part of the situation and ignored other elements that were present in the situation. Cultural boundaries and limitations could have been discussed more precisely and clearly by the author so the reader could have gathered a clear picture of the situation. The main points and elements that were missing in the article were about the erotic agendas of the Ming Dynasty and the kings and highest officials of that time. Basically the highest officials of that time were more involved in these activities and showed likeness for these activities. This developed and was spread throughout the society. This linkage could have been explained by the author. This connection was missing that could have been linked with the cultural development of the society and how the society accepted it positively or negatively. Another main issue that was missing in the article was about the usage of these texts in pleasing the people and selling the music. The attractions of erotic lyrics could have been explained in relation with the people of the society.