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Humble Administrator's Garden (Zhuozheng Garden in Suzhou, China. It is the largest private garden located in northeast Suzhou. It was built as a retirement residence by an imperial inspector called Wang Xianchen in Ming Dynasty, and accordingly carried its name as Zhuo Zheng Yuan meaning "The humble life of a retired man." The garden consists of three parts: the central part which is properly called Zhuozheng Yuan, the eastern part once called Guitianyuanju, and a western part formally called the Supplementary Garden..09 Aug 2005..
Humble Administrator's Garden (Zhuozheng Garden in Suzhou, China. It is the largest private garden located in northeast Suzhou. It was built as a retirement residence by an imperial inspector called Wang Xianchen in Ming Dynasty, and accordingly carried its name as Zhuo Zheng Yuan meaning "The humble life of a retired man." The garden consists of three parts: the central part which is properly called Zhuozheng Yuan, the eastern part once called Guitianyuanju, and a western part...
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