Jingdong in Chinese language lessons or "scenic opening" is the general term for fancy gates and windows´╝îa feature of the national art of the Chinese architecture´╝ÄUsually found in parks and private gardens´╝îscenic openings make part of the landscape or provide picture frames´╝îwhich you can learn in Chinese language lesson, as it were´╝îto natural scenes while serving their proper practical purposes´╝Ä

Fancy gates may be of any form´╝îround´╝îsquare´╝îoval´╝îa vase´╝îa crescent´╝îa bay leaf´╝îa lotus petal´╝îor a garland´╝ÄOn either side of such a gate are usually planted bamboos´╝îflowering plants and grass and occasionally also rockeries´╝ÄLeading to and through the gate is sometimes a pebbled pathway with flowery patterns´╝ÄThus beautiful scenes are created with the fancy gate as the focus´╝Ä

Fancy windows´╝îlikewise´╝îmay be built in various shapes´╝îround´╝î oval´╝îa drum´╝îa crescent´╝îa polygon´╝îan open book´╝îa bay leaf´╝îor a flower´╝ÄAnd as a rule they are fixed on fancy or corridor walls in pleasure gardens and´╝îthrough them as picture frames´╝îsightseers may view scenes on the other side´╝îwhich change as they walk on´╝Ä Noteworthy is the type of scenic windows called lou chuang in Chinese language learning of lessons or "hollowed window"´╝Ä

They may be constructed of tiles or bricks´╝îwood or stone carvings´╝îleaving openings of geometric patterns and decorated with carved through human or animal figures´╝ÄStrollers´╝îthrough the openings of such windows´╝îwill get fragmentary and changing glimpses of the view across the wall´╝ÄThe idea of the lou chuang in the Chinese language course´╝Äprobably an artistic conception unique to the Chinese architecture´╝îhas recently been extensively adopted for modern buildings such as art galleries´╝îcultural centers´╝îclass residences´╝ÄThey pleasing sights as well´╝Äexhibition halls´╝îan shops´╝îand certain high help ventilation and interior lighting´╝îand create.