Folks this is a fable, it probably didn't happen, but read it anyway for the moral.
A certain Mr. Chan lived near the forest with his wife and little daughter Go Lee Bok. Mr. Chan had a collection of fine teak bowels. One day Mrs. Chan used some of the teak bowels to serve porridge. When Mr. Chan tried to eat the porridge he said "it's too hot". The same thing happened when Go Lee Bok tried the porridge. So Mrs. Chan suggested that they all take a walk while the porridge cooled. While they were gone a small bear entered their home and ate some of the porridge. It was so delicious he took the bowels and ran of into the forest. When the family returned and Mr. Chan discovered that his teak bowels were missing, he called the police. The police investigated and they found the foot prints of the bear. "A small bear stole your bowels" said the policeman, "see the footprints are no larger than those of a boy". The moral is; close the door when you go out. If the door wasn't open in this story, the police would not have to be looking for that boy foot bear with the teaks of Chan.