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I am a graduate student in Computer Science at Stanford University. This is my second year here at Stanford. I was born in Beijing, China, which is a nice city. I spent most of my childhood there. After college entrance exam, I went to Shanghai Jiaotong University. Our campus is in suburban of Shanghai, called Minhang. It was a newly developed campus, everything was new and beautiful except: it was surrounded by rice field, no entertainment, no nothing, the only thing you could do was study. We all thought the life was boring there at that time. But now, when my classmates get together once a while, and recall the time we had back then, we enjoyed a lot. We treasured every moment of it: happiness, hardness, sadness... all together. Maybe Qian Zhongshu was right in his "Fortress Under siege", I cannot remember the exact wording, it was something like this: The people inside want to get out, and the people outside want to get in. Everything in the world is bounded by this rule, marriage, life... etc.