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Superstitions of Chinese Gardens

���Tree worship is common in the East. The photo- graph at left shows the sacred Bow Tree of Ceylon. It is found in the gar- dens of the temples all through China. The little flags hung on strings around t±ie enclosure were placed there by pil- grims and doubtless represent prayers

��Below: Manikins dressed in growing shrubbery as deco- rations in a garden of one of the gam- bling kings of Macao, China. The evergreens are planted in the flow- er-pot bases and are trimmed into form every few days. The mani- kins are life-size

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���Photos © Newnma Trav.ltulka and Brown

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