Qushui Garden : Situated by the side of the Dayingpu River in the northeast of Qingpu County, Shanghai, the Qushui (Zigzagging Channel) Garden was first built in 1745, or the 1 Oth year of the Qianlong Reign of the Qing Dynasty.
The garden derived its name from the line, "Cups float along a zigzagging channel", in Wang Xizhi's prose "Preface to the Orchid Pavilion Collection of Poetry". The garden is a world of ancient and precious tees, artificial hills and a lotus pond. Among the buildings are a beam-less hall and a zigzag bridge.
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