The Asian Garden

On the left there is a wall of chinese prints with a reproduction of Confucius, and, a lot rarer in China, a female representation.

The temple in the back, also chinese, as we can guess thanks to the eight trigrams representing the cardinal points on the central beam. It’s the occasion to revise their link with the Feng Shui…

The garden is there to take some time to stroll on the bridge, to admire the frogs on the back of the ducks. Open your eyes, the clues are there, all around you…

On the right, the japanese wall with Geishas prints, because the japanese, contrary to the chinese, love showing the elegance of their women and their outfits.

4 pictures, a word… Do you know ?

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