MC just used to be an incompetent, down-on-luck young master before he got really lucky. What's he got to be so arrogant about? To make things even worse, he is trying to inculcate the same attitude into his young daughter.
I remember a scene where the MC admonishes his daughter for calling her (well-intentioned) caretaker names. He impresses upon her the need to respect her well-wishers- a very heartwarming scene, indeed, of a father instilling values into his child. But then, he just had to add, "Even if they are just ants" (or something to that effect). It makes me wonder: What exactly did the daughter learn from this?
As for the name-changing thing that other reviewers have mentioned, while I can somewhat understand wanting to give one's child a native name as a tribute to one's cultural heritage/ancestry, what I don't understand is his selfishness of wanting his daughter to have both his surname as well as a given name of his choosing. Doesn't the mother (who carried her for nine months and raised her, putting her career on hold) get the right to a part of the daughter's full name? He even manipulates the daughter into rejecting the first name her mother gave her, just bcuz it's an English one.