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A tiring and disappointing trip to International Garden Expo   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-7-9 09:41:46 |Display all floors
I went to China(BeiJing) International Garden Expo this weekend. I have to say this is the least interesting park I have ever visited. As amazing as the flowers are, most of them are actually made of paper. Alas, why took the trouble to build such a garden if all the flowers are fake. Sometime I really feel I don't understand the county.



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Post time 2013-7-9 09:45:24 |Display all floors
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All of them are fake!!!

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Post time 2013-7-9 09:54:16 |Display all floors
"all the flowers are fake"    would be great if in China flowers only would be fake.
some day Jiangsu will rule China

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Post time 2013-7-9 10:35:01 |Display all floors
Fake flowers at an international flower garden, now thats something to laugh about. Sorry your trip was bust!!

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Post time 2013-7-9 10:47:00 |Display all floors
Do you think plant life can survive Beijing Air?

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Post time 2013-7-9 10:54:35 |Display all floors
maybe not all the flowers are fake!

the blossom is seasonal, maybe the organizor wants to show you a magnificent feast for flowers, so some species which are not to blossom in this season are made fake.

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Post time 2013-7-9 11:18:40 |Display all floors
The life of paper flower is longer than that of the real flower.
In a city short of water, it saves a few days watering the flower during the expo.
If they import flower from long distance like Yunnan or Holland, the carbon emissions problem is not eco-friendly.
The organization should give warning say how many % flowers are not real, if they want to be honest selling tickets.

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