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Day 9: Staying Local, Sunday Stroll

CHINA | Mon, 13 Apr 2015 | By chinaho | Views [231]

What an enormous change a warm day can make. Sunday is a family day, and our little campus doubles as a public park. Families with young children, and couples with older parents, walk about, set up little tents, have picnics, stoop by the edges of the ... Read more >

Tags: caa campus, century market, cultural character, eating, helpfulness, local streets

Photos: Sunday Stroll

CHINA | Mon, 13 Apr 2015 | By chinaho | Photo Gallery

Staying Local on Campus and in the Market
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Tags: caa campus, century market, local hangzhou

 

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At the end of the day, as I made my way back to the ferry, I stopped to get some water. Crawling towards me on a rock was a beautiful, yet delicate beetle, decorated in orange, blue and green colors. This marching insect pushed its way forward without looking back, without any knowledge of the place he calls home. From out of the sea, rose a mountain of hot lava, still warm to this day. Yet, the seeds of nearby trees and mosses took their chance and started to grow. Through time, just like the marching beetle, organisms began to set up their homes on Mt. Ragnitoto. Now full of life, this island is the perfect balance between new and old, and shows how even in the darkest of times, beautiful things can happen.: by tomas-nocera, Views[179]
At the end of the day, as I made my way back to the ferry, I stopped to get some water. Crawling towards me on a rock was a beautiful, yet delicate beetle, decorated in orange, blue and green colors. This marching insect pushed its way forward without looking back, without any knowledge of the place he calls home. From out of the sea, rose a mountain of hot lava, still warm to this day. Yet, the seeds of nearby trees and mosses took their chance and started to grow. Through time, just like the marching beetle, organisms began to set up their homes on Mt. Ragnitoto. Now full of life, this island is the perfect balance between new and old, and shows how even in the darkest of times, beautiful things can happen.

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