The Legitimate Daughter Doesn’t Care! - Chapter 413
Mu Qingyi also looked up at Tong Yan and said, “My mother had a difficult labour at the time. She persisted for a day and gave birth to me in the early hours of the morning. My birth time was 00:15 that day.”
Tong Yan stopped talking— he was born that afternoon.
Looking at Xu Xinduo again, he felt even more uncomfortable knowing that Xu Xinduo was technically his older sister.
Tong Yan couldn’t help muttering, “You’re twins and yet you were delivered naturally?”
“My father wasn’t all that up for surgery,” With that being said, Tong Yan understood his words. Of course it was his doing, especially since Mother Mu was a pushover back then.
At this time, Shao Qinghe walked over and said, “In fact, we don’t need to worry too much about the grades of all the members of our Advanced Class. If Tong Yan performs well in the end, he should be able to get into a good university as well.”
Xu Xinduo stopped putting pressure on Tong Yan as she threw another composition book at him and returned to her seat.
Tong Yan was very moved by the composition book as it showed that he had upgraded his level to match the sample essays that were meant to tackle the college entrance examinations.
In their senior year, the International Class and the ordinary classes of Jia Hua International School immediately formed two styles of learning.
There was a big difference in their Spring Festival holidays.
Students in the International class would have regular holidays along with the first and second year students. For ordinary classes, the holidays were shortened. The days were actually so short that it seemed to almost resemble a normal week for the students.
There were also more oddities in school.
According to some requirements of environmental protection, during this special school-opening period, the school could not be uniformly heated even if they lost their natural geothermal weather. If one felt cold, they could only turn on the heater in the classroom.
As a result, only the classrooms were warm in the entire school as the corridors felt like ice cellars. After class, the students needed to jog to the bathroom even if it was freezing. And after they were done using the utilities, they would have to dash back to feel the warmth of their classrooms.
For those who were like Xu Xinduo, who were easily prone to the cold, they would have to wear a jacket whenever they exited the class.
The school originally had two cafeterias, but only one was opened during this period, leaving merely two windows opened. However, the queues during lunch hour would usually be very long.
But, it was possible to order meals during this period, despite facing a risk. As the teachers loved to drag on the lessons to feel the extra warmth, the food delivery men could only leave the takeouts behind as the students weren’t there to get it from them.
(T/N: Schools in China typically go from 8am in the morning till 8 to 10pm at night. The students usually get an hour of lunch and dinner time in between, so they are allowed to get deliveries/ takeout to school or go to nearby restaurants. It’s actually a common occurrence)
By the time the students wanted to eat, the food might have already gotten cold. But the worst part was getting their orders mistakenly taken by someone else and having to waste time to either resolve it or order something else.
This also forced the third-year students to go to the cafeteria to eat. A group of people wearing padded coats gathered by the window of the cafeteria tremblingly, hoping that the sunlight would make them warmer.
If one suddenly heard a slight knock on a bowl in the cafeteria, please don’t worry, it was not someone being in a rush to finish their food. Instead, it was because it was too cold to grip their chopsticks properly.
When Xu Xinduo came, she brought a small cushion with her so that it wouldn’t be too cold to sit on the plastic chair. Also, she wore many layers of clothing.
She wore a school uniform shirt and a jacket sweater vest. Then, she put a sweater over it and a sportswear jacket over it. Besides, she draped two layers of padded coats over her body. One of it was her own, but the other was Tong Yan’s, which was something that she almost couldn’t wear due to the size difference.
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