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The Confucius Temple

This is a temple honoring Confucius, a park, and a night market all combined together. When I visited they were busy decorating for the Spring Festival so many lanterns, fairy lights, and banners were being erected around the temple, stalls, and lake. It was a very lavish set up.
There are also a lot of fun foods to try including honeyed fruits, hand spun cotton candy, grilled squid on a stick, deep fried corn, and giant dumplings filled with soup that you could drink from with a straw. I had a great night walking around the temple and park, browsing the stalls, and trying new foods while looking at the lights and decorations.

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Posted by VerityCCheslo 23:15

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That looks yummy. It is always cool when you show of the food! Keep having fun!

Love,

Dad

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