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The school I teach at has quite a pretty little garden. It’s generally very dusty and grimy like just about everything else in Changzhou.
There are varieties of flowering trees, ginkgos, and others, most of which I’ve only seen leafless or scantly clad because I arrived in Changzhou in autumn. There was a small cluster of trees whose leaves turned a marvelous shade of iridescent orange.
This morning I arrived at school after a very chilly walk in -2 C degrees. The resilient tufted grass was white with frost. Amazingly the hardy camilias seem to thrive in this weather and are becoming more and more laden with flowers every day.
I’m hoping to…
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