Huntington Library's Chinese garden

“This garden is all about composing a painting,” says curator June Li. In landscape painting, she says, mountains represent the eternal, and water represents change; together they make up the harmonious balance of the universe, in which humans are present but don’t dominate.

( Annie Wells / Los Angeles Times )

“This garden is all about composing a painting,” says curator June Li. In landscape painting, she says, mountains represent the eternal, and water represents change; together they make up the harmonious balance of the universe, in which humans are present but don’t dominate.

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