大陸來去好幾回 難得悠閒出遊去  辛曉琪南京遇「桃花」 

 
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邱素惠/報導

 

   

辛曉琪難得上中山陵,遇見桃花舞春風。
圖片來源:台灣星

 


走遍大陸各大都市城鎮,辛曉琪難得真正卸下心防走出戶外,日前受邀到南京表演,趕在臨上飛機前走一趟中山陵,果真百聞不如一見,最令她開心的是,見到嬌豔桃花枝頭亂綻,笑說:「願國父保佑,桃花朵朵開。」

辛曉琪在大陸很受歡迎,演出機會不斷,不過,她每次到大陸幾乎都是工作、飯店、趕車、搭飛機,來去匆匆,即便是到了瀋陽探望父母親,她也是足不出戶,過著茶來伸手、飯來張口的悠閒生活,最近她受了張信哲的影響頗深,試著趁工作之便走出戶外,傳說中龍蟠虎踞的石頭城南京即是她的起點。

到過南京幾趟,要問辛曉琪南京的都市風貌、觀光景點,她都很難描述,這次她特地將返台時間往後挪半天,周日一早就驅車前往中山陵,「一進到墓道,心中就有一股奇妙的感覺,沿途松柏成蔭,還遇上幾株盛開的桃紅色花,不知道是梅花、櫻花、還是桃花,管它的,希望國父有保佑,讓我桃花朵朵開囉!」和煦的陽光、徐徐微風迎面而來,走過情傷的辛曉琪感受到睽違已久的好心情,真是讓人心曠神怡!

「我和助理進了陵門後,從碑亭邊走邊數,共數了293階才到祭堂,那天是周日人很多,排著隊終於看到了國父的靈寢,在他的棺木上有他的臥像,當時我想,國父其實不寂寞,每天有這麼多人來陪他,看完再往裡面走,牆上有國父的生平以及中山陵的建造簡介,石階其實是292階!」前幾天剛好是國父逝世紀念日,辛曉琪目睹觀光客絡繹不絕,心中感觸良深。
 

【2004-03-16 星報】 

 

Whilst performing in a concert in Nanjing of China, Winnie took the opportunity to visit places of interest in this ancient city.  In the past, whenever Winnie travelled to China to perform/ sing in concerts, due to her tight schedule, she always had to rush and rarely had the chance to visit the places of interest.  Even on occasions when she flew to Shenyang to spend some time with her parents who are staying there, she hardly step outdoors.  Recently, with influence from Jeff Chang, who belongs to the same company as her, she decided to take time off to travel around in the midst of her busy schedule as and when possible.

 

Even though Winnie has been to Nanjing several times, she only has a vague idea of the place and could not really describe the city and its surrounding well.  This time round, after her concert in Nanjing, she specially delayed her journey back home and spent some time sightseeing.  On a bright Sunday morning in Spring, Winnie travelled to the Sun Yat-Sen Mausoleum before hitting to the airport.  In this all-blooming season, sights of beautiful blooming pink-colored flowers, perhaps cherry blossoms (known to bring luck to romance), really brightened up the day and brought much cheer to her heart.

   

Winnie and her colleague climbed the long flight of 295 steps they led to the main hall in the Mausoleum.  Watching the great number that visit the Mausoleum, she deeply felt that Dr Sun Yat-Sen, known to millions as "Father of the Chinese Republic", indeed need not feel lonely.