|Our campus lake at daytime|
|At early evening (photo credit)|
|at late night.. simply beautiful..|
Our university lake (Jhongshing lake), found at the heart of our campus has always been an attraction to the students and the local community alike. It's a man-made one, the shapes of China (big lake) and of Taiwan (small lake).
|Top view: the shape of China.|
|Top view: the shape of Taiwan. So cool right?|
Being surrounded by green trees, flocked by different kinds of birds (yes, it's a bird sanctuary), a home to geese and ganders, ducks, swans, turtles and fishes, it's definitely one of the best places to relax. People can just come around and relax, feed some fish and birds, do some taichi and yoga or simply enjoy the cool breeze. The first time my daughters came to Taiwan, I never failed to tour them around and took few photos of them by the lake.
The first time Aron came here last February 2011:
|My pink baby by the NCHU lake!|
|Feeding and playing with the geese.|
|Feeding the fish and turtles.|
|Enjoying the panorama.|
|Me and my baby! So glad to be reunited with her again!|
The first time Joey came here two years ago:
|Can't believe how small she was by then. Indeed time ran so fast!|
And the first time I came here four years ago:
|Me with a good friend.|
|and with another good friend, August 2007.|
My, I just realized the coincidences of me and my little girls wearing pinks the first time we had photos with the lake lol. More of our campus lake...
|At our graduation day.|
|With our good friends.|
Indeed, a lot of good memories happened in this lake. The face-bashing-with-cakes birthday surprises and the late night hang-outs with good crazy friends that were such good stress relievers will surely be missed.