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Why do many schools prefer cemeteries

Why do many schools prefer cemeteries

4hw.org: Recently, an ancient tomb was found in a university in Xi'an, which caused widespread discussion. Students joked that they had slept in the cemetery for four years. It is undeniable that almost all schools have a rumor that their campus used to be a cemetery. So why do universities prefer Ancient Tombs?

On June 22, 2017, it was reported that there is an ancient tomb at a construction site on the campus of Huaqing College of Xi'an University of architecture and technology. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)

According to a person close to the site, the tomb was discovered a month or two ago, and then immediately reported to the relevant departments to start the protection mechanism.

At present, ancient tombs have been explored and excavated by the cultural relics protection department, and safety measures have been taken in the construction area of the campus, on the one hand, to prevent students from entering by mistake, and on the other hand, to prevent others from entering without permission.

Why do many schools prefer cemeteries

First of all, in any historical period of China, cemeteries are located on the outskirts of cities and towns, where there are few people, especially the mass graves. We don't have the idea that behind the foreign church is the cemetery and the dead, whether it's the bones of blood relatives or not.

Secondly, the construction of the school needs a larger site. In addition to the canteen of the library in the administrative building of the teaching building, there is an essential playground and perhaps a dormitory. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)

Again, you can see how hard the demolition is now. When you think about the late Qing Dynasty and the Republic of China, you can also think about the situation in the early years of the dynasty. The land acquisition (or purchase) and resettlement of so many people in the city cost money and time.

Fourth, there will be a view that students are distracted by the prosperity of schools in the city. Traditionally, they are willing to put them in the suburbs and places with better scenery. The so-called self-cultivation.

Fifthly, because schools and hospitals are crowded and popular, they can keep those things under control, and there is not so much money to buy land in the places where graves are built, so those who build schools and hospitals like to choose these places, to see if your time transportation can be related to Fengshui. Fengshui is scientific to a certain extent. There are some bad things in general cemeteries and torture grounds, and the Yin Qi is too heavy, When a school is built, there will be a lot of people, and the Yang will be strong, which can suppress the Yin Qi & hellip; and the students in the school are more upright than other groups, which can ward off evil & hellip; finally, it is also related to the land area and price of the school. The school covers a large area. If you do not choose these places, you can remove many & hellip; and the land price of these places Low, suitable for schools to know that selling land in China is an important means to increase revenue. Hospitals, schools and other non-profit organizations will affect the development of commercial real estate. From Fengshui point of view, feudalism pays attention to popularity. There are more school people and more young people and children. It's popular. You can complain about it. So it's a good choice to build a school on the graveyard.

To sum up, if you don't want to spend time and money to collect land, and you want to be beautiful, you have to go outside the city. Private cemeteries outside the city are not so easy to expropriate, so they bury the sentry in disorder. (this article is edited and collated by sihai.com, reprinted and noted with source, original link: http://www.4hw.com.cn/life/)