Chinese Garden

 

“Parts of seventeenth-century Chinese pleasure gardens were not necessarily intended to look cheerful; they were designed expressly to evoke the agreeable melancholy resulting from a sense of the transitoriness of natural beauty and human glory.”

In the eastern culture, nature is the center of the world. Chinese garden is the preventative of ancient philosophy, poem, calligraphy and value.

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