HOTEL BUILDS MONUMENT OF BROKEN CHINA (Dec, 1933)
HOTEL BUILDS MONUMENT OF BROKEN CHINA
By constructing a monument of all its broken crockery, a hotel at Hildenborough, England, has provided its grounds with an unusual landmark. The pile of china fragments serves as a gentle admonition to careless guests and attendants, inviting them to refrain from adding to its height. In spite of this warning, however, the monument to carelessness continues to rise and is now nearly as high as a woman’s head, as is seen in the illustration at left.