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Bamboo Circle E-Celebration – Seattle Chinese Garden

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The Chinese garden began as a powerful scholar-official’s estate comprising beautiful gardens and landscaping in a lovely setting surrounding buildings that contain the best of Chinese culture–architecture, paintings, classical writings, furniture, and other arts. It’s a place for all to gather for the annual cycle of festivals, and for tea, music, dance performances, and other celebrations and you have a Chinese garden.

The garden is a magical place, both tranquil and full of life, timeless and everchanging with the seasons. And, it is a place for all generations, from the elders quietly doing their tai chi exercise in the courtyard to the kids climbing on our bronze carp or flying their elaborate kites during the annual Kite Festival. Indeed, the Garden is a great place for families to teach kids about Chinese culture.

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Incredible Rotating Circle Kitchen Is a Perfect Space-Saver For Tiny Homes

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What’s the one room that most likely takes up the most room out of any area of your home? Probably your kitchen. You need a dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, stove, and plenty of storage space. But what if you could fit it all into one small rotating circle? Well, that’s just what this company has done, and it’s called the Circle Kitchen. It contains essentially everything you need in a kitchen, while taking up just a fraction of the space. It’s the perfect way to save tons of space in tiny homes and apartments!

The Circle Kitchen is designed and created by the German company Compact Concepts, and it takes up just 19.375 square feet of space, whereas an average kitchen size will measure around 150 square feet. Retail prices for the circular kitchen will range severely depending on what kind of options you’d like inside from as cheap as $6,500

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