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      Mount Wugong's hidden mysteries
      By Ya??z Avano?lu  ·  2023-12-19  ·   Source: NO.51 DECEMBER 21, 2023
      Sunrise over the clouds at Mount Wugong in Jiangxi Province in May (YA?IZ AVANO?LU)

      My friend and I embarked on an adventurous journey from Shanghai to Mount Wugong, a destination renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, deep-rooted cultural heritage and profound spiritual significance. Our mission was twofold: to conquer the Golden Peak and immerse ourselves in the mystique of the Taoist temple atop this revered mountain. Little did we know that our trek to the peak would be a challenging yet profoundly rewarding experience, one that provided us with unique insights into Chinese culture and history.

      At 2,000 meters above sea level, Mount Wugong in Jiangxi Province, east China, is a place of awe-inspiring natural beauty. Its picturesque landscapes feature lush forests, serene rivers and cascading waterfalls. Mount Wugong is a national-level natural heritage site, a testament to its unique biodiversity and geological wonders.

      As we arrived at Mount Wugong after our long train journey, the anticipation in our hearts was palpable. The allure of reaching the Golden Peak and camping to witness both sunset and sunrise was our driving force. We knew that our journey to the campsite wouldn't be easy, as it is located at the very summit of this majestic mountain.

      We began our trek at around 11 a.m., and it didn't take long for us to realize the enormity of the challenge before us. The ascent was more challenging than we had ever imagined. Nevertheless, along the way, we discovered small vendors offering snacks and drinks approximately every hour, providing much-needed sustenance and a sense of community among fellow trekkers.

      With unwavering determination, we persevered, ascending until we finally reached the Golden Peak at 6 p.m. As the sun dipped below the horizon, our exhaustion faded, replaced by sheer wonder. The clouds seemed to flow like a cascade of golden silk from the mountain slopes, and the color in the sky offered an explanation for the name Golden Peak. At this moment, we couldn't help but contemplate the thoughts and emotions of the ancient Chinese who once roamed these hills.

      As night fell and darkness enveloped us, a powerful wind whispered in our ears, urging us to retreat to our campsite for safety. Our tents provided shelter, and as we lay beneath the star-studded sky, the sound of the wind reminded us that we were perched where ancient Chinese people once thrived. This realization stirred deep spiritual feelings within us.

      Several restless hours later, my friend gently nudged me awake. Although I felt drowsy, my eyes widened in amazement as she pointed toward the door of our tent. There, we witnessed the most exquisite sunrise I have ever seen. At that moment, I fully grasped the essence of the Turkish saying, "Those who haven't seen a sunrise say the sunset is beautiful." I couldn't agree more: Seeing the sunrise atop Mount Wugong was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that transcended culture and language.

      In the morning, we explored the Taoist temple perched on the mountain's summit. This mystical sanctuary is a testament to the profound connection between nature and spirituality in Chinese culture. The temple, with its intricate architecture and serene courtyards, had a history dating back over 1,000 years.

      As we wandered through the temple buildings, we realized that it was a place where ancient Chinese people sought spiritual enlightenment and solace. This experience allowed us to understand why ancient people possessed heightened spiritual feelings, unwavering beliefs and profound thoughts.

      Mount Wugong had not only offered us an unforgettable adventure but had also granted me a glimpse into the depths of Chinese culture, history and the enduring bond between humanity and the natural world. Our journey had, in essence, been a pilgrimage of the soul, revealing the rich tapestry of Chinese spirituality that weaves seamlessly through the mountain's landscapes and the ancient temple's sacred halls.

      The author is a Turkish student at East China Normal University in Shanghai 

      Copyedited by G.P. Wilson 

      Comments to yanwei@cicgamericas.com 

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