Dormitory Ayis are wonderful in the University. Today we discuss stories about dormitory Ayi.
They, together with the canteen aunts and the security uncles, called “Big 3 on the university campus”.
They often sit in front of the dormitory doors and watch students go in and out.
Occasionally they would walk around and chat with students.
They cut off the power at twelve o’clock on time.
They confiscate high-power electrical appliances.
At the same time, they have gentle and kind hearts.
We affectionately call them the dormitory mother.
Stories About Dormitory Ayi
Dormitory Ayis: usually middle-aged married women
Their job description: Responsible for the safety management of students, water and electricity, public property and public health management in the dormitory area.
Guardian of the nights
Every night, regardless of the windy or rainy.
No matter how much you don’t want to be separated from the lover outside.
Whether you are studying / shopping until late at night (actually going to bars, what you said is studying)
Ayi has been waiting for you to come back and never stopped.
Maybe you really can’t catch the door closing time.
You ring the doorbell of Ayi.
She will still get up and open the door for you with her pajamas.
After short blame, she told you “come back early next time!”
Far from your home, there is such a person worried about whether you can return to the dormitory safely.
There is only our night guardian, dormitory Ayi.
Dormitory Safety Officers
Do you want to pull electrical wires in your dormitory? no way!
Do you want to use high-power electrical appliances in your dormitory? May not!
Do the people outside want to enter the dormitory? No way!
The dorm Ayi is woman.
But when it comes to security issue, they are quite determined.
For maintenance/installation staff who want to enter the dormitory.
Ayi has to double-check their identities.
About the personal property of the students.
Ayi never slack off.
In addition, Ayi has to check security every day.
Checking if there are illegal items blocking access in the hallway.
Checking water and electricity for potential safety hazards.
Checking the garbage disposal area for sanitary problems.
For the students in the dormitory cooking hotpot.
Auntie is so cared about you.
The master key to everybody
“Ayi, I forgot my card/I lost it”
“Ayi, I don’t have my key and there’s no one in the dorm. Can you open the door for me?”
For those of you who always forget to bring your card and key
The Ayi is a light
She is a walking master key
Although Ayi may nag you sometimes
But they still give you a key
Not forgeting to say something before you leave
“Remember to bring your card/key next time!”
Just like a mother
For students who left home to study abroad,
The dormitory Ayi is as warm as mother
She would get up in her pajamas and open the door for a classmate when he came home late
She reminds us to keep warm when it gets cold
Remind us we can get our hot water allowance this month
She also helps students when they are sick
Told to go to the school hospital in time to see the doctor
At the beginning of the holidays and as you prepare to leave school
Ayi has a word for you
“Be careful on the road.”
Many of the seniors who have graduated said
I miss the kind and fierce aunt of the dormitory Ayi.
In common days
Although Ayi can’t remember everyone in the dorm
But we say “Nihao Ayi” as we go in and out.
Ayi will feel very warm
Ayi guarantees our livelihood while
Let’s try our best to bring some warmth to our Ayi.
Hope in the years of college
We all have fond memories of our dorm Ayi.
You can also share stories with your dorm Ayi in the comments.
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