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Housed in a three-story building with a pagoda-style red tile roof, the club occupies a prominent spot in Chinatown’s central plaza.
In the Chinese Art Deco carpets, central expanses in heady amethyst purple, emerald green, citrine yellow, fuchsia, teal and midnight blue are scattered with peonies and pagodas rendered in a simplified, stylized manner.
If your neighbors have worked hard to have a community of pleasant, rather standard landscapes with shade trees, green shrubs, groundcovers and lawngrasses, think twice about jangling it up with giant cacti and yuccas, huge boulders and pagodas.
Well, sure, but why not cater to wealthy guests who want to healthify their holidays by meditating in a pagoda and gorging on omega-3s in the lap of luxury?
The women hammered kettledrums and struck a gong suspended from a pagoda.
The paths pass beaches and waterfalls, rice paddies, garlic farms, persimmon orchards and pagodas.
In Myanmar, people performed exercises near the Shwedagon pagoda, the landmark Buddhist stupa in Yangon.
Just below a hilltop pagoda in Ba Vi, Vietnam, steel frames the size of two-car garages were popping up on a bluff that overlooked a valley of electric-green rice paddies.
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