Along Charles River

During most of time, there is no need for a map, for the beautiful scenery leads my way. I like the classic red brick buildings, and kind of feel jealous of the people who are running or riding bicycle along the Charles River. They live much easier lives than Chinese people.

Besides, I have never known that the first time I go to Harvard is not to visit this one of the most distinguished universities with respect, but to pick up my second-hand rice cooker and lamp. That’s funny.

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Also, I have never known that the second time I visit Harvard I’m lucky to come across the First-Year Convocation Address to the Class of 2022. Unfortunately, although they spoke clearly, I couldn’t follow them. My English is still not good enough.

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