Chinese Burial Sites

A picture of a corpse covered entirely in a Jade SuiteThe best method to understand and  appreciate the Shapes and Form School is to look at burial sites of  Chinese Emperors. This was because unlike settlements which had mostly disappeared, most of these tombs are still visible for us to  see, today.

The best examples of feng shui are the Ming tombs which were built at the foot of hills.

Excellent clues left behind by the ancient Chinese are the burial tombs of their late Emperors. This sites, partially because of their excellent locations are now popular  tourist spots with excellent scenic views.

 

 

 

 

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