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20 things to do after returning to WHU
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The day before leaving Wuhan University

None of us expected it would be more than a temporary separation.

Now that four months have ticked away while we stay at home

When flipping through pictures of the campus

All at once our eyes brim with tears.

It turns out that in Wuhan University

There are still so many things we long to do:


Photo by Yang Ziqing

Why not visit the archway gate again

After so many days away from campus?

Take a photo to record the first day of your return

At the exact point where you stood

The day when you first arrived.


Photo by Tian Chunyu

Why not sit on the trestle bridge

To enjoy the scenery of the East Lake?

Still remember the one who listened by your side

When you talked about your ambitions

Above the placid water reflecting the sky?


Photo by Xu Chendi

Why not get up early to watch the national flag raising

In front of the Administrative Building?

A walk in the dawn with birds twittering

In the early morning of Luojia Mountain

Will definitely make a sweet memory.


Photo by Peng Min

Why not go to the Wanlin Art Museum for an exhibition?

Appreciate every piece of art there

Taking a photo with the Old Library

From the museum rooftop.


Photo by Tang Hao

Why not go to all the cafeterias

That you haven’t yet dined in?

Watch the steam rising in front of the window

Savor “the taste of alma mater

And enjoy your meal in the wonderful atmosphere.


Photo by Tian Chunyu

Why not have a ball game with friends

On a sunny afternoon in the stadium?

In a delightful way you’ll sweat

And feel the breeze from the East Lake.


Photo by Wei Jingran

Why not watch a movie

On the Plum Playground on Friday evening?

From dusk to late in the night with stars shining

What is memorable will be not only the movie

But the people who keep you company.


Photo by Xu Chendi

Why not go to the library again

Borrow the book you favor

Or study by yourself in a quiet corner?

As the library reaches its closing time with music

You’ll recall the encouragement you gave yourself

When you prepared so hard for the final exams last semester.


Photo by Duan Yuxuan

Why not carefully sort out all your books in the dormitory

And read once more the masterpieces you enjoyed most?

Do you still remember the sage who played the role of a mentor

And the story that made you wonder?


Photo by Yang Ziqing

Why not take the school bus again

This time without anxiety and rush?

Look out of the window

Glance at the scenery along the way

And slowly recall things you did in those places

With people who meant a lot to you.


Photo by Bai Qian

Why not visit the History Museum of Wuhan University

On the day when it opens?

Learn the history of the school again

Listen to the Luojia Forum carefully

And meet a Nobel Prize winner.

Don’t forget to climb to the highest point of the Old Library

Where you catch the best view of the campus.


Photo by Wang Xinying

Why not manage to go up the “desperately steep path”

While looking at the scenery along the way?

Maybe you will miss the complaints while climbing;

Maybe you will recall the morning when you have an early class.


Photo by Yang Ziqing

Why not count the steps of the Old Dormitory

And watch the sculptured beasts on the eaves?

Looking up, you will see the towering Luojia Mountain in the distance;

Looking down, you will smell the cherry blossoms.


Photo by Peng Min

Why not lie down on the lawn before the No. 5 Teaching Building

To enjoy the sunshine and breeze

On an afternoon when you feel like doing nothing?

Feel the warm sunlight and the soft grassland

And the tranquility of Luojia is all yours.


Photo by Peng Min

Why not go for a walk around Luojia Mountain?

Watch the sunshine coming through the leaves

As it sprinkles light spots on the street.

Breathe fresh air as much as you would like

In the “Natural Oxygen Bar”.

Admire “the complex of eighteen buildings”

And see if they are all different by taking a close look.

Maybe you are lucky enough to come across

an adorable fox named Luoluo.


Photo by Zhong Zhuo

Why not stroll through Guangba Road

With delicious snacks that give off all that inviting smell?

Cherish the street bustling with noise and excitement

As there must be so many WHUers who loved it.


Photo by Tian Chunyu

Why not play board games with good friends on the playground

With snacks at hand and stars at night?

If you are lucky enough

You can even hear the melodious harmonica playing.


Photo by Xu Chendi

Why not stop before the “White House” on the way to class?

Take a photo of the beautiful decorations

Listen to the wind blowing past the pillars

And ponder the commitment of medicos.


Photo by Shen Xiaoqing

Why not watch the beautiful clouds in the dusk

From the rooftop of the dormitory?

Chit-chat with your roommates

Or play the guitar

To accompany the melody of the evening breeze.


Photo by F.G.L

Why not bring your beloved one

To the top of the Cherry Castle?

Watch the sunset from Luojia

Until the moon sheds its light.

There are three things I adore

The sun, the moon and Thee.

There are still places yet to explore;

There are still stories yet to happen.

We miss you so, Wuhan University.

When you get back to the beautiful Luojia,

Take your time to finish the to-do list.

Rewritten by Zhou Siyan

Edited by Li Yushan, ZhengYayun, Sylvia and Hu Sijia


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