Spokane is located in the northwest of Washington State, USA. It used to host the World Exposition in 1974. With a population of only about 200,000, it is the second largest city in Washington State. When I came here, it was dusk, a quiet and comfortable city shrouded in a faint golden sunset. It was different from the hustle and bustle of the American metropolis in my impression, and the beauty here was graceful. The small town in the early morning is very quiet, with few people. But it also makes it more distinctive. Spokane City was built right next to the Spokane River, so waterscapes can be seen everywhere here, which adds a soothing and moisturizing atmosphere. Spokane Falls is in Riverside Park, where the waterfall and the city are integrated. A power station was built nearby. It is amazing that the creativity and ability of the American people to make rational use of nature is beyond imagination.