August 25, 2014
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Television, the Internet, and re-creations of art and the culture of other countries can give us an idea of what it might be like if we were to actually visit a place we’ve never been.
When my husband and I saw this pagoda in New South Wales, Australia, in December of 2006, I had a sense of what it would be like to see these magnificently built temples in their country of origin.
Since then, the city has expanded and improved the Chinatown information kiosk, which now glows bright red at night and serves hundreds of residents, workers and visitors each day, earning a prestigious architecture award.
What might you and a person you invite into this scene talk about?