adventures (in art conservation) in the wide world
Sunday, August 8, 2010
On the grounds of the National Palace Museum is the Zhisan Garden. The interwebs inform me that the garden is in the traditional Song and Ming styles. It was lovely and shady and cool.
And you could feed that massive koi. There were coin-operated fish-food dispensers. Liang and Lena scolded little boys who were feeding the koi bread. The little boys weren't phased: they just ran to a different part of the pond and continued tossing bread to the fish. Kids these days!