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The bright side of campus

Admittedly, I haven’t had a very good start here, but rather than ceaselessly going on about what kind of problems I have (even if they diminish both in gravity and number), today I’m going to focus on something genuinely positive: the bright side of campus. The title implies that, as with most other things, there is a darker side too, but I’ll leave that for now. All campuses I’ve been to in Taiwan so far have been beautiful, but I think parts of the this one stands a good chance in the overall competition. Enjoy!


This is the view from the road, at least the last 500 metres or so.


Entering campus and…


…meeting this guy.


Onwards.


This nice pond lies just outside our classrooms.


The advantage of not being in the city is lots of space.


Same pond as above, just another angle.


Another lake. Wrong side of campus for me, but nice for a lunch walk.


Same place, just a little further down.


The courtyard. Classrooms are in all directions, the buliding in the middle being the one I frequent the most.

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  1. Svante’s avatar

    Man, that is just beautiful.

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