Scenery of Peking University in Fall

November 20, 2018
Editor: Wang Qian
Scenery of Peking University in Fall
Weiming Lake is one of the most popular and scenic spots on campus. The word "wei ming" in Chinese means "without being named." The lake was once a part of a royal garden in the Qing dynasty and is still regarded by visitors as sacred. [China.org.cn/Feng Jun]

 

Peking University is one of China's most famous and prestigious educational institutions and it's more than just a place for studying. It is a great destination for tourists and locals alike.

 

Scenery of Peking University in Fall
Weiming Lake is one of the most popular and scenic spots on campus. The word "wei ming" in Chinese means "without being named." The lake was once a part of a royal garden in the Qing dynasty and is still regarded by visitors as sacred. [China.org.cn/Feng Jun]
Scenery of Peking University in Fall
Weiming Lake is one of the most popular and scenic spots on campus. The word "wei ming" in Chinese means "without being named." The lake was once a part of a royal garden in the Qing dynasty and is still regarded by visitors as sacred. [China.org.cn/Feng Jun]

 

(Source: China.org.cn)

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