Improving a Garden is More Difficult Than Correcting A Poem

“To change garden fences, and repair stone banisters–improving a garden is more difficult than correcting a poem. We should be able to chant every word properly and with feeling, even a small pavilion and small terrace can provide much food for thought.”

Wang Chuntian, quoted in On Chinese Gardens by Chen Congzhou

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