My trip to Australia during the Spring Festival of 2016 did not amaze me most about the ancient mystery of Ayers in the Central Plains. It was not the work of twelve disciples on Ocean Road, but the Victorian State Library in Melbourne. I think I'm a learning child, so I'd like to spend a whole day in this library and tease my colleagues that if there was a library like this in the city where I live, I would have been admitted to Harvard! (Although there are no libraries like this, I also got into Columbia University. Haha is so smelly.) Sandalwood desks and chairs on the second floor of the library lending area look classical. I have been to many universities in different countries and cities, where the libraries also have their own characteristics. The Library of Lund University in Sweden, Copenhagen, the library of London politics and economics, has never been. The Library of such a city is so attractive. Every detail of the library, which was built in 1856, is arranged with vivid and soft lights. People unconsciously breathe and forget the noise. The library is situated in the busiest central area of Melbourne. The government invests a lot of manpower, material and financial resources every year to maintain the ancient library knowledge and technology. It is a change. The country or the most powerful weapon of an era Australia, as a country of immigrants, can rapidly develop into one of the most developed countries in the world in a short period of time. This country's devotion to science, technology and culture is inseparable. I envy the people here because I can't find such a place in Beijing to calm everyone down in this impetuous society. Reading a green desk lamp is like a beacon of culture. How happy it is to be able to read in such an environment.