First impression of Toronto: The train was surprised by the train station, and people who didn't know thought it was the High Court. As soon as I left the train station, I was shocked by the city. It takes forty-five degrees to look up at the sky to see the roof of the lowest building. Human beings are pitifully small in front of their creations. Turning around a block, I saw all the belongings of a homeless man and himself scattered on the crowded street. Under the most expensive buildings lie the humblest people. The lying and walking are accustomed to neglecting each other. This is undoubtedly a complex city, worth exploring street by street, so I rushed to the hotel, took a shower, lost my luggage, packed up and went-sleep!