Author Archives: Min Zhong

The Burning House – Min Zhong

Min Zhong Assignment 3 After a two days snow, children and students were having fun by sliding down at the President Lawn. At the President Lawn, Children’s laughter, Spread through the whole Tufts Community     In Hojoki Visions of … Continue reading

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By Min Zhong On a starless winter night, I was on my way to Sophia Golden Hall. On a quiet winter night, A half moon, Lit up a starless sky In this week’s class, I have a new understanding of … Continue reading

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Japanese Waka

Name: Min Zhong On my way home, snow fell on my palm and vanished. Blue clear night, White crystal snow, Vanished without a trace In the first week of class, professor Inouye showed us a haiku example written by a … Continue reading

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