In keeping with yesterday’s Far Eastern theme, here’s a great diorama by lisqr, once again inspired by an actual real-life place.
The Humble Administrator's Garden... No really, that's how it's called!
I personally find this one a most absorbing MOC because it manages to recreate that feeling of spaciousness and tranquility while at the same time presenting lots of little scenes happening all around the place. Besides, I can totally relate to this guy – been there, done that… Well, not in Suzhou precisely, but you get my point.
Located in the heart of Chinatown, this dim sum Chinese restaurant known as the China Cup is famous for many dim sum dishes such as the steamed pork buns, siew mai dumplings, prawn dumplings, etc. You should take a moment to see some of the nice details on the flowery front and the dazzling red interior done by Eurobricks member, benny.
If you are wondering what is the meaning of yum cha, it refers to a dining experience which involves drinking tea and eating dim sum dishes with your family and friends.
Badsneaker must have been hungry while working on his latest modular building. That’s exactly the worst thing about Chinese – it only fills you up for like half an hour, and then it’s back to starvation.
Sweet-sour-bitter-salty-spicy sauce, anyone?
And it’s also probably one of the reasons why he’s gone through three versions of his Chinese restaurant before settling on this final revision. In any case, it sure looks crispy and crunchy – and very tasty… architecture-wise, of course!