Day 2 [Feb 10, 2016] Mr. Li Junsheng is famously known in the artistic field for his work using eco-friendly materials such as sandstone, plants and other materials that can be easily obtained from Mother Nature. From far, his work looks like a normal traditional painting but as you get closer to it, I assure you that you will be stunned by the finest details of his work. Tips: Do visit the gallery if you are interested in new concepts of art :)
Day 1 [Feb 9, 2016] The tour continued to Changde after a quick lunch in Shaoshan. It was around 2 - 3hrs drive via the freeway but traffic was pretty congested so I don't really remember how long it took for our coach to reach Changde. After a heavy dinner, it was a really good idea to do a night tour to the Changde Poetry Wall. Due to severe flood issue in the past, a 3km flood wall was built along the Yuan River downtown. This wall was covered in a variety of poems mostly from the ancient China. The wall holds the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest wall with engraved arts. Before leaving the park, I saw the local releasing Hung Ming Lantern to the sky, symbolising good luck in the new year.