The Gardening Club.

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The last time I went for a walk in the campus of National Taiwan University (台灣大學), I turned a corner after seeing the yellow sign pictured below that says Gardening Club and found a little piece of paradise. The rain had just stopped so it was wet, muddy and messy but it was also spacious, sun-lit and full of green life.

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Garden in the University.

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I hadn’t used my Yashica in a long, long while and decided to bring it to the compounds of National Taiwan University (台灣大學) after a friend informed me that the flowers were blooming in their public garden. The flowers did not disappoint, as usual, but I was even more taken to the beautiful old architecture around the campus. My own university covers an extremely small campus and the buildings are relatively new so I was always in awe of a beautiful campus like this one.

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