On December 8, the Museum of Chinese Gardens and Landscape Architecture (MCGALA) held the event "James Cahill and Zhi Garden — An International Symposium on China-US Garden Cultural Exchanges."
Wu Huan, the descendant of Wu Liang, the original owner of Zhi Garden, Sarah Dunlap Cahill, the daughter of Cahill, attended, as well as experts and scholars from at home and abroad. They discussed and exchanged research on Zhi Garden.
Taking the garden as a medium to explore the artistic achievements of Chinese classical gardens, the organizers, the MCGALA and Beijing Forestry University aimed to further improve the influence of Chinese gardens globally, and jointly promote exchanges and cooperation between China and the United States on gardens, and culture in general.
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