This is a very large statue. I call it the Park Bull
Many people are in the park creating music or singing.
This Man is demonstating a glass cutting tool that he is then selling.
Acupuncture needles are all up and down her arm as she gets a treatment.
Very old bumper cars still provide fun for the kids.
There is a large pond covered in lily pads and there flowers.
On Sunday morning after our typical Honlu western breakfast (well sort of) Bev and I decided to go to the Sihai park and just walk around. The park could be very nice but this time of year it was in need of some sprucing up. We enjoyed seeing the people singing and playing there instruments. We spent about and hour or so in the park. This park is just a few bus stops away from our home.
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