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Geniuses and lunatics By Hongzhou Wu

Geniuses and lunatics By Hongzhou Wu  This is a MOSTLY true account of my time at CTY.
CONTENTS  ※Chapter One: The coming  ※Chapter Two: The arriving  ※Chapter Three: The introduction 
CHAPTER ONE 
  The day was a stormy one. Rain clouds quickly scurried over Shenzhen Baoan(宝安) Airport,  fleeing from the wind howling in the skies above. Rain pattered heavily on the oval windows of the airplane, washing the dust of 3,000 feet from them. Rain splashed onto the already sodden ground, forming little  flowers that blossomed in one instant and withered the next. However, none of this was noticeable to the girl in aisle 46, seat A, completely absorbed in her book. She read on, totally captivated by the book.  Above her, a passenger announcement blared to life. “Ladies and gentlemen, this plane is 
about to take off. Please check your seat belts … We are about to take off.”    This last sentence caught her attention. She put a bookmark in the book and closed it.  As she did so, the plane, an Air China Boein…

Where Are My Writers?

It's September. School has started or will start very soon. Where are my writers?

  To have something posted, reply to this blog entry.
Alas, a week has passed an no one has checked in...

Well, first session, start getting nervous because your second session counterparts already have 37 assignments done as of 3:00 Friday!

Welcome

Hello, students of CTY Writing & Imagination at Easton for 2017. This is your space to post your writings (and rewritings) of what we did during your three weeks in class. Or you can show off something totally new! You can post them as responses to this welcome message and I will set them up as individual entries that everyone will be able to comment on.
So, what are you waiting for? Let's see how you reworked that food poem or revised the description of  "Otis Drinkwater Turntable" or what you did with your "picture-worth-1000-words" story.
                                                                                      Mr. R