Chinese Paintings on Ailments

November 19, 2018

The last thing I expected to find in a medical centre is art that might arrest my attention.

But here I am between tasks finding myself searching for the wall on which these are hung and studying the details:

So full of character and so appropriate for this location!

Takes the mind off the pokes that are the reason for this visit!

Never thought I’d be thinking of a visit to the doc as an enjoyable experience!

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