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Travelogue "The Bamboo Anchor" by Julie Chu

Travelogue "The Bamboo Anchor" by Julie Chu

A poem. In response to the sky. Wei Zhuang Style

Who lightly picked the strings of the piano.

It is like a heavenly music tune from Yaochi.

Flute sound floating, xiao rhyme dazzling.

The reason is that the bamboo and bamboo in the garden are haunting.

Lush and smoke curling up.

The wind is fine and auspicious clouds are misty.

The lost path in the purple bamboo nunnery.

Murphy South China Sea to?

After a few days of rain, the sweltering temperature dropped a little, so I wanted to go out for a walk. "Where should we go today?" I asked my daughter, who was preparing a lesson on the computer. My daughter thought for a moment and said, "Mom! Look at the rain in the past few days, let's go to the bamboo garden, which is especially fresh and elegant after the rain. North Nine Waters is also fine, Mom! It's your decision." I'll decide. Let's go to the bamboo garden." We drove to the destination in less than half an hour.

Bamboo An was formerly known as Xuan Yang Guan. It is located at Tianshui Road, LiCang District, Qingdao, halfway up the northern slope of Daijia Village, and is one of the scenic spots in the "Nine Palaces, Eight Views, Twelve Anns" in Laoshan. Its long history, about the first built in the Eastern Jin period, years of disrepair, until the Qianlong years and re-repair. The bamboo nunnery is simple in shape, with flying eaves, red pillars and painted beams; surrounded by green bamboos, it is elegant and quiet. In the distance, there are several lines of Di traces, which appear in the clouds. Especially in the misty weather, the bamboo nun is full of immortal mist and auspicious clouds, giving people the illusion that they have entered the mysterious realm of Penggu, like a dream.

Travelogue "The Bamboo Anchor" by Julie Chu

According to legend, the bamboo nunnery is quite feminine in order to commemorate the female disciple of Wang Chongyang, the ancestor of Quanzhen religion (Sun Buji was the host of this nunnery). The layout is quiet and elegant, the style is elegant and unconventional, and the atmosphere of the Taoist temple is strong, but it is also soft and gentle. The mountains are full of bamboo trees, the water is flowing, the sound of the piano is curling, the flowers are busy with butterflies, and the birds are chirping in the bamboo treetops. Leisurely, slowly degree to go, a small wind, bamboo shadows, rustling rustling, as if xiao flute and sound, the sound of heaven. A light, fresh and pleasant bamboo fragrance, a wisp into the heart, intoxicating, all the way to wash away the mundane, chest immediately pure as it is, quite a sense of transcendence of red things.

Follow the quiet bamboo path, zigzagging up and down, through the dense purple bamboo forest, came to the triple road, the triple road that is three ancient Ming and Qing dynasty pavilions, connected and stacked, a type of Ming and Qing dynasty architecture, flying eaves tile, red columns and carved beams. The square shape, elegant atmosphere, very Taoist style. The three pavilions are; Taiqing Pavilion, Shangqing Pavilion and Yuqing Pavilion. Its meaning, symbolizing the three Taoist geniuses (Taiqing for the Taoist Heavenly Father, Shangqing for the Spiritual Treasure Heavenly Father, Yuqing for the Heavenly Father) from the triple road up, the stone steps are spacious and clean, and the bamboo is densely packed in the middle of the road, celadon haunting blue, swaying with the wind, clear and pleasant to the ear, its charm is elegant and clear, not the realm of the earth. Paragraph to a white jade pagoda in front of the banner "there is a cave" inscription is too good, taste carefully is really relevant. From the white jade door hole far to go, another side of the scene, the clouds set the heaven and earth, aura, fairy mist, dense, faintly if the immortal hidden, is really dazzling.

Pity! I heard from tourists that after entering this gate and then strolling up nearly a thousand meters of stone steps, you will arrive at the main hall of Juzi-an. What a pity, at first I thought I would go back after one turn, so I bought a good movie, and after deliberating, I decided to come back next time, and I will definitely pay a visit to Stirrup Fairy Goddess.

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About the Author:Zhu Lihua, 79, Han, originally from Shanghai, now lives in North District, Qingdao.

Travelogue "The Bamboo Anchor" by Julie Chu