In Japan, the school year usually begins and ends in the spring, more specifically at the end of March and the beginning of April. Therefore, for seniors, the current period can be considered as the split season. class, officially closing the 1 year old student innocent, beautiful and preparing to enter the first important turning point in life. There will be people who choose to continue their education at university or college levels, while others decide to do it right away to gain experience as soon as possible. And the day of leaving high school will surely leave a lot of emotions, mixed with a little regret, in the hearts of every senior.
Understanding this, a teacher named on Twitter @wistariavillage decided to give a meaningful gift to his students: Draw a Pokemon-themed picture with pastels on the classroom’s board – where everyone will look first when entering the classroom.
This picture was drawn by the teacher according to one of the media publications of the game Pokemon Legends: Arceus, the latest game version of the Pokemon franchise, released on the Nintendo Switch at the end of January. At the edge of the two sides of the picture is actually a green board that the teacher does not use, but accidentally creates a very beautiful effect, in harmony with his overall picture.
Painting a whole picture like this entirely with chalk is already a feat, but the heart behind the teacher for his students is what makes the Twitter community truly admire. It is known that @wistariavillage stayed in class after school and painted all night to complete this work. If subtracting the time for eating and resting, our teacher spent 7 hours on the gift for his students, with the last chalk stroke painted on the board just 4 minutes before the first student walked in. class.
3 years ago, when taking the class, @wistariavillage also gave a similar gift to the students, which is a drawing of the main characters in the game Dragon Quest XI. The teacher hopes that the whole class will be able to quickly get to know and get along with each other, forming a strong collective throughout their high school life.
Sharing on Twitter, @wistariavillage said: “Due to the impact of the epidemic, we cannot organize as many extra-curricular activities for students as in previous years. So, I want to create a space where you can take pictures together and keep memories of today.“.
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