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Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

author:Qi talks about the world
Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

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I passed by the cherry blossom avenue again.

Cherry blossoms are planted on sidewalks, green belts, and university entrances. In addition to lawns, shrubs, almost all of them are cherry blossoms.

The buds can be faintly seen on the branches, and it should be a cherry blossom avenue next spring.

But in this season, the whole road is bare branches, and it looks extremely bleak and desolate.

Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

This is a new road, and the national acacia next to the road was planted 3 years ago.

In the green belt on both sides, a variety of common flowers and trees are planted, which are scattered and easy to move.

In the green belt, there are tree-lined paths, which are designed in a rather orderly manner, and have a bit of a winding path and quiet artistic conception.

Last year, the acacia tree next to the road was dug up and replanted with double-petaled cherry blossoms.

Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

This spring, the cherry blossoms bloomed for one season, but they were not satisfactory and sparse.

As soon as the flowers were gone, the cherry blossom trees were dug up and planted with single-petaled varieties.

All the trees in the green belt have been dug up, and cherry blossoms and other greenery have been planted.

The walking trails have also been redesigned and coloured. From the previous Chinese red, it was changed to cherry blossom pink, and many falling cherry blossoms were painted.

I don't know how other people are, but when I see cherry blossoms, my first reaction is Japan.

Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

The first time I knew about cherry blossoms was when I watched anti-Japanese war dramas when I was a child, and Japanese officers and soldiers often missed their parents, cherry blossoms and girls under the trees.

At that time, I thought that cherry blossoms were Japanese flowers.

I forget when, the cherry blossoms at Wuhan University were on fire.

When the flowers are in bloom, the people who enjoy the flowers are very beautiful, and some people even wear kimonos to take pictures.

Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

Later, many schools began to build cherry blossom avenues.

It seems that there is no cherry blossom avenue, so I'm sorry for the grade of the school.

I don't know if today's children still remember the origin of the cherry blossoms of Wuhan University.

Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

Although, the origin of cherry blossoms is China.

Japan's authoritative work "Sakura Daikan" indicates that cherry blossoms are native to China.

During the Qin and Han dynasties, cherry blossoms were already cultivated in the palace, and by the Tang Dynasty it was already very common, and the poet Bai Juyi had such verses:

"The small garden is newly planted with red cherry trees, and you can enjoy a lunch tour around the flower branches. ”

Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

But in any case, the cherry blossom wind blowing in modern times comes from Wuhan University, and the cherry blossoms of Wuhan University come from Japan.

Some people say that cherry blossoms are cherry blossoms, and Japan is Japan, don't mix them up. In my opinion, this sentence is equivalent to:

It was the Japanese of the past who slaughtered the Chinese, not the Japanese of today.

Digging up the national acacia and planting cherry blossoms instead, is it a Japanese cultural invasion?

Today, the city's main thoroughfares have been dug up and planted with cherry blossoms, even if it is for the purpose of improving the city's appearance.

I always think of the Japanese elements in the poison textbooks, and from the perspective of conspiracy theories, I always think that it is a Japanese cultural invasion.

Hope I'm wrong.

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