I know that I have posted about this park at least twice previously. It is too expensive at 30RMB/adult and 60RMB for a thru ticket that includes the indoor sculpture museum. The city would be smart to authorize me to open a good restaurant inside the park and lower admission. My impression has always been that more people are working at the park than visiting, but "if you build it, they will come" is not a bad operating principle for something like this. Someday soon the people of Changchun will discover that they have a jewel in their midst.
Among the most exciting things we saw today was the installation of a new sculpture and a reminder that the Lord's Almighty hand creates the most beautiful things.
I would now just like to share some of my favorites from today--ones that I am fairly certain that I have not shared previously.
|Apple-picking was happening in the middle of the park. Hard to believe it's the season already.|
|"Security Point" by a Cuban sculptor|
|A British artist sculpted this "Seesaw"|
|A Canadian artist contributed this one.|
|A Dutch artist built this Chinese chess table|
|"Made in China" by a UK artist|
|This is the sort of thing I don't usually like, but I adore this sculpture.|