Confucian Temple

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A quiet, elegant place any time of the week.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Nostalgic

Imperial Robe
Imperial Robe

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Mencius’ Temple

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Mencius was a Chinese philosopher, second only to Confucius. He lived in Zuocheng, Shandong Province and we hopped the slow train to his hometown. It’s a dusty, unpretentious (to be generous) town that few travelers visit. I’m not quite sure it’s worth the train trip. It’s not bad, but there isn’t that much there.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Peaceful

Total Zen. No hands, yet still serene.

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