the third ear 15-16 challenging the myth
In the first week at new university, I often lost my way to the particular classroom, and I should use map to navigate me to the right classroom. In addition, I was confused and curious about the dazzing environment, such as too many clubs, too many delicious food in restaurants and too many commidities in stores. Particularly, it was hard for me to choose. What’s more, due to too many people, the ladders in teaching buildings and dining halls were always cramped here and there.
I remembered when I first came to the university, the first friend I made was one of my roommates, called “Qiu Shiwen”. She has tall and thin figure with staight black ponytail. Due to her warm welcome, I felt she is a friendly girl. With our conversation, I knew that our mother had been friends when we had interviewed on campus.
As for the public transport, when I was a child, the buses and rickshaws were in common on the streets. However, nowadays, buses are still prevailing in my city, while rickshawas are replaced by other transports such as shared bicycles.
When I was 13 years old, I attended a summer camp and we took a train from Lishui to Beijing. It was totally a long journey for me, which was about 24 hours. We travelled across many cities and even have a glance of Mountain Huang. In the train, we had a small talk with each other and played some games, even slept in the bed.