The Most Idyllic and Pristine College Campus in China (Hint: def not PKU or THU)

September 5, 2013Jing GaoOne Comment,

The site of Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts used to be part of a rural village. After moving in, the school authorities manage to preserve everything ranging from fields and soil to ponds and bamboo forests and farmhouses. Exterior walls of student halls and buildings are not painted in any unnatural color. Farm tools commonly used by villagers are still being curated on campus. In many of the farmhouses, chickens and ducks can be easily seen, and crops are still being planted in the fields.

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1 comment to “The Most Idyllic and Pristine College Campus in China (Hint: def not PKU or THU)”

  1. Mad Dog | September 9, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Wonderful sense of the importance of the past. Brilliant melding of the modern and ancient. China needs much more of this good sense.

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