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A traditional Japanese garden contains the same first three elements, but the Chinese add two more necessary elements for a complete garden: architecture and poetry. Description from prairierosesgarden.blogspot.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Notes from a beginning gardener with sprinkles of poetry and philosophic musings

Suzhou gardens, also known as the classical gardens of Suzhou, is a private garden mainly traditional Han Chinese architecture, described as "recycling the universe are within easy reach," is the Chinese garden and a leader in the Southern Gardens and pride.

Suzhou gardens, also known as the classical gardens of Suzhou, is a private garden mainly traditional Han Chinese architecture, described as "recycling the universe are within easy reach," is the Chinese garden and a leader in the Southern Gardens and pri

Very appealing with the enclosured feeling and yet the vastness of nature is represented. The old Suzhou Museum, a former palace

Very appealing with the enclosured feeling and yet the vastness of nature is represented. The old Suzhou Museum, a former palace

The Huntington gave us an opportunity to see not only a spectacular Japanese garden, but also a Chinese garden - and right around Chinese New Year! Description from tmousecmouse.blogspot.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Japanese and Chinese Garden at the Huntington

Key Elements of Traditional Chinese Scholar's Garden

Key Elements of Traditional Chinese Scholar's Garden

柱子横梁搭接方式运用在酒店室内大堂当中

柱子横梁搭接方式运用在酒店室内大堂当中

photo-china-cobbled path

Beautiful, patterned stone walkway in a traditional Chinese garden in Suzhou, UNESCO site, Jiangsu Province, China

*4 PLANES ENCLOSURE*  This enclosure was formed by combining the courtyards of each residences together. this is called HUTONG, a traditional chinese neighborhood or alley.

PLANES ENCLOSURE* This enclosure was formed by combining the courtyards of each residences together. this is called HUTONG, a traditional chinese neighborhood or alley.

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