We walked to Vancouver's ChinaTown on our first day.
Apparently Priya knew all about Dr. Sun Yat-Sen parks. They are a "thing" in China. I have never heard of them and was about to go to school.
Most everything you see in there, looks like a Japanese serenity garden, but the historical tour-guide will let you know, the Chinese came up with pretty much everything, first, including miniature trees.
They also do trees with rocks in pots, and rocks, alone.
These are actually several special limestones from a certain place in China, that have been assembled to look like a natural occurrence. They also look like a particular symbol in their language.
A girl bangs a gong and lowers it into the water to attract the Koi for feeding. She does this for about 5 minutes.
Feeding time. Some are 50 years old. The oldest one is called "Madonna".
A view outside the serenity.
Round means female, square shapes means, male. Yin and Yang, kinda-thing. For every predominantly female form, there's some male in it, and vice-versa. The architecture throughout the entire place reflects this.