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Meet in Lijiang

by Jing

Lijiang is an old city that you need to slowly taste. It is a suitable place for wandering, and here time seems to slow down its pace. The small bridges and flowing water are worthy of your stopping to appreciate slowly.

There is a beautiful legend called "one meter sunshine" in Lijiang. At the top of the Jade Dragon snow mountain, every autumnal equinox the heaven will spread bottomless sunshine. On that day, all the people shined on by the sun will get beautiful love and a happy life!

However, that makes the wind god become jealous. So on that day, the sky is always covered with dark clouds and all people's dreams are covered with the thick clouds. But the kindhearted daughter of the wind god sympathizes with the people who desire a better life.

She cuts off a meter of sunshine, then secretly hides the one meter sunshine in a cave on steep cliffs, and lets the people who are brave and persist in love to be shined on by the one meter sunshine and get a happy life. The above is the beautiful legend about the one meter sunshine.

So come to Lijiang! Meet yourself and forget the past. Wander in the old city to appreciate the beautiful landscape. Let the one meter sunshine shine into the softest place of your heart.

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