Beaudelaire International Academy, England. Friday, 1:36 AM. It was past midnight at the academy, though even so, it didn't need to be bedtime for the entire place to be quiet. The only thing that broke the silence was the sound of a phone ringing outside in the courtyard, which was relatively dark save for the few outdoor lamps littered along the walkways, and the lights built into the fountain at the center. A boy stopped in his tracks near to this fountain upon hearing the cellphone ringing in the area, trying to figure out where it was coming from. Shifting his head to his left, he noticed a dark figure laying in the grass; the source of the strange melody. Out of curiosity, he walked over to the dark lump in the grass, a bit wary due to his own superstitions. But upon arrival, he halted a few feet away when he realized that the other student was asleep. And who could blame her? It was pretty late. "Err.. China? Is that you?" the boy leaned towards the slumbering girl just as her phone stopped ringing, and all was quiet again. There was no answer. He got a bit closer and looked down at the brown-haired girl who had an arm draped over her eyes, so it was a bit hard to tell if this was who he assumed it was. That didn't matter, though. He had to get her out of the courtyard. Gently, he nudged the girl awake with his foot, and an annoyed groaning was emitted from her throat. Suddenly, she slowly took her arm off her face and drowsily looked up at the boy in frustration. He chuckled a bit awkwardly, but was no doubt happy to see she was alive. "Ah, it's you, China. Did you lock yourself out of your room again?" Kina sat up and stretched her arms out above her head, flashing a rather snobby look up at the boy. "No, I was just taking a nap." "A nap? At 1:30 in the morning?" Her eyes widened at the news. It was THAT late? With fluid motion, she grabbed her phone to check the time for reassurance. Surely enough, he was right. Kina quickly got up and grabbed her bags, dusting off her clothing and wiping her eyes to wake up more. Without another word, she hurriedly stalked off into the direction of one of the buildings nearby, not giving the boy an explanation to why she had been out here, and not really caring what he was doing out here so late either. In fact, he probably had a better reason to be going back to his dorm so late. She had come out here at 11:30 to look at the stars, and ended up falling asleep along the way. Then again, this wasn't the first time she had done something like that.