Exploring China: The People's Park

Exploring China: The People's Park

When a small group of folks (with their adopted Chinese children) explore China for the first time, they find architectural beauty, mahjong and The Granny Police - a delightful post full of incredible photographs:

"Of course there was a lot of dancing going on. Oh my, these women are so serious about the dancing! And I can not tell you how much I love to see these women practicing their art. It is gorgeous to watch and each women, whether she's just learning or showing the others, holds such strength and grace. They were one of my favorite parts of visiting China's parks."

 

Chinese Dancers

 

Image credit: Nancy via Ordinary Miracles and The Crazy 9.

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