East Asian Civilization What do Gardens signify What do Gardens signify outline

East Asian Civilization What do Gardens signify What do Gardens signify outline

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What do Gardens signify? Chinese gardens traditionally symbolize various philosophical ideas. Chinese gardens are intended to encourage people to roam freely in their inner thoughts, and are designed around three principles. A Garden signifies by… (3 principles) Reflect the local environment by incorporating natural rather artificially elements— spontaneous and offering surprises rather than simple symmetry Represent a world of its own, complete in thought—with all phases of nature represented in the service of human thoughts—the yin and yang Fiting the limits of its area while providing the element of surprise, the sense that there are other things to be seen Chinese Garden Chinese Garden Chinese gardens used plants as symbols. Bamboo was used in every traditional Chinese garden. This is because bamboo represents a strong but resilient character. Often pine is used to represent longevity, persistence, tenacity and dignity. Plants that signify Chinese Gardens are bamboos
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