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“Shenzhen, Here We Come”
2010-08-30   Author: CHEN Wan; WANG Feng       Browse: 4996
 

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“Shenzhen, Here We Come”
----School of Environment and Energy’s new freshmen travel around Shenzhen

The School of Environment and Energy’s new freshmen traveled around Shenzhen on Aug 29, 2010. The goal of the outing was to familiarize students with Shenzhen, and each other, by visiting Shenzhen attractions together.
The first stop was Lianhua Shan Park. Lianhua Shan was a very good beginning for the freshmen because it has the best view of Shenzhen. Although the sun made the day hot and sweaty, the students were in lively spirits. When they reached the top of the mountain, they saw the bronze statue of Deng Xiaoping, which made them think of the development of Shenzhen. Thanks to his decisive government policies, Shenzhen has developed rapidly over the past few decades. The next stop was Red Forest Park. Red Forest Park is the smallest National Nature Reserve in China. Students enjoyed beautiful natural views here, and continued to get to know each other, talking easily in small groups. The last stop, the one everyone had been looking forward to, was DaMeiSha Beach. Most of the students relaxed under umbrellas in the sand or strolled along the shore while a couple of the more adventurous students jumped in the ocean. All of the freshmen enjoyed the trip immensely.

 

 

Lianhua Mountain Park Red Forest Park

 

 
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