Chinese Garden


The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the first of its kind outside of China, is an authentic representation of an age – old garden tradition which reached its peak in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). The Garden is characteristic of the private spaces within a Ming scholar’s residence. With its asymmetrical arrangement of rocks and plants, its winding paths and corridors, and the vistas that overlook its courtyards, the Garden emulates the rhythms of nature.

Ming dynasty scholars, the elite of their time, lived and worked in their garden, sharing these enchanting spaces with friends and family of all ages. Like any home, a scholar's garden was filled with energy, but also offered quiet moments for contemplation.

What does this mean to the shifter community?

It's said that Hengeyokai frequent this place if they happen to pass through, and it is rumored that there are special treasures hidden within the building, where typical visitors aren't permitted. Those of the Hengeyokai, know this place to be a safe haven for their kind, and it's even considered a Sept, though the recent death of Yohiro Gai, known as Ojisan to most of the employees, the Garden has closed to the public for mourning, and for the winter season.

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