By Robert L. Fish
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Reprint, Taipei: Xinxing shuju. Hargett, J. M. (1988–1989). Huizong’s Magic Marchmount: The Genyue Pleasure Park of Kaifeng. Monumenta Serica, 38, 1–48. Huang, C. (1986). Zhongguo tingyuan yu wenren sixiang [Chinese gardens and the thought of the literati]. Taibei: Mingwei. Ji, C. (1983). Yuanye zhushi [The craft of gardens, with annotations]. Taibei: Mingwen shuju. Ji, C. (1987). Yuanye [The craft of gardens]. Taibei: Jinfeng Reprint. Ji, C. (1988). The Graft of Gardens translated by Alison Hardie, New Haven: Yale University Press.
As a matter of fact, most classical Chinese gardens are enclosed within a limited area but with the clear intention of creating a sense of inﬁnite space. The creation of spaciousness is the essence of garden art. Condensation that produces the effect of making the small look like the spacious is no doubt a reﬁned technique. And the Nine Continents in the Yuanming Yuan are precisely the grand center of this magniﬁcent imperial garden symbolizing the universal Chinese world. It is surely through symbolism that the feeling of grandness rather than smallness communicated.
Wang and Xinbai Yu Crossing a stream over a flat bridge from the site of the Five-Fortunes Hall, one arrived at the Blue Phoenix-Tree Academy (Bitong Shuyuan). Its main structure, facing south, included a three-column front house, a ﬁve-column main court, and a ﬁve-column rear court. Tidy Wutong trees grew on each side of the courtyards to provide long shade over the houses, which appeared to be hidden. Qianlong is said to have loved coming here to hear the sounds of rain, which inspired him to write poems.