Life in an ancient academy

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Life in an ancient academy

2013-12-16 09:41:31

(People's Daily Online )


Daiye said: "My day starts from 5:25 a.m. When I was at home I slept late, but now I can keep good hours. " (Photo/

Yuzhang academy in east China's Nanchang city is one of China's ancient education institutions and has history of more than one hundred years. The academy makes great contribution to the succession and popularity of Chinese culture. Students from Yuzhang academy cultivate their minds by studying classic textbooks and learning guqin, chess, calligraphy and painting every day just like ancient saints did.

Yuanzhang ancient academy has more than 60 students, and the youngest student is 9 and the oldest is over 20. Every student has a code name. And 15-year-old Daiye, whose real name is Huang Xin, will reveal her life in the ancient academy.

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