This is the Chinese Scholar's garden. This is the oldest one from all the paradise gardens. They go right back to second century if we like; although lots of these design elements were common to lots of different viewers. This garden tells the story of a life cycle. Along with the Japanese garden tradition, the Chinese gardeners collected rocks. And one of the things that the rocks connects to is those Chinese scrolls and the scroll art, and those paintings they would do of those amazing kind of mythical mountain ranges where the immortals were supposed to dwell. So this has been a miniature. Again we've got these big blank walls there with the rocks against them; so the classic opening.