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Rush of Wuhan University’s Cherry Blossom Festival
发布时间:2015-04-17 浏览次数:

University campuses are usually nice to look at, but rarely do they become attractions in their own right, drawing hordes of tourists. However, Wuhan University in Central China’s Hubei Province is perhaps the only exception, where the crowds descend every spring for the annual Cherry Blossom Festival. However, some of the students there have had enough.

 

 


Just as usual, in March, tens of thousands of tourists arrive at Wuhan University’s Cherry Blossom Festival every day despite higher ticket price as well as the crazy crowd. The larger rush is partly fueled by a growing number of Cantonese brought by the Wuhan-Shenzhen high speed railway which just opened.

 

 


Undoubtedly, the cherry scenery in Wuhan University is amazing. Cherry, it just like snow, flourish and delicate. Pink cherry blossoms as if it is a soft layers of clouds, to show people the beauty of spring, and that is how elegant the brilliant pink, how wonderful, this has been covered with the earth brilliant. Saw video of the cherry tree branches scattered on the silver is a little bit to play up the course of events. In the wind, I drilled at the new leaves of a cherry tree and enjoy the cherish moment of the spring. Every day in all kinds of social network, there are plenty of amazing pictures of cherry. No doubt, thousands of people is as amazing as the fantastic cherry, which make the university more attractive and charming.

 

 


Wuhan University, as we all know, is famous for its extraordinary quality of education as well as its beautiful scenery. It is said that the cherry is given by the Japanese, and from then on, the wonderful scenery will definitely attract tens of thousands people to come to a visit.

 

 


Every year, the festival attracts hundreds of thousands looking to enjoy the floral scenery -- which often leads to overcrowding on campus. Including the native and people from other parts of China. Therefore, students of Wuhan University complain that the tourists interfere with their daily life and studies.

 

 


Wuhan University has carried out measures to tame the crowds, such as charging more for admission. But some people have expressed doubts, claiming that the university is profit-oriented. The school argues that attempts to close the campus to tourists have simply failed.

 

 


A director of Wuhan University said, "It’s very hard. Tourists keep coming. One day last year, we closed the campus at noon, but tens of thousands of tourists waited outside the university and it was almost impossible to stop them. Their safety cannot be assured."

 

 


When it comes to the problem that whether the university should set rules for visitors or not, answers vary from person to person. To some degree, visitors will have to learn respect for the school and its facilities before there can be a balance between tourism and campus life. In the meantime, the students may just have to grin and bear it.

 

Source: English Net

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