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The building, called “yi” in Chinese, refers to the small house next to the pavilion. It is a place for seeing the flowers. The building itself of “Shing-Yu-Yi” is transformed from the path of the corridor itself. The curved corridor sometimes goes along the wall and sometimes turns outside. This forms a small yard of different sizes and characteristics between the walls. The corridor is the place where flower platform or stone is put. Such change creates the feeling of depth and gradation while taking a trip in the park for the visitors.

In front of the “Yi”, there are flowerbeds. Whenever the flower season comes, the flowers are in full blossom. The ground that is covered with flowers and the surrounding buildings make the scenery more attractive and poetic.