Zig zag bridges are common in China, not because they are beautiful (although I think they are), but rather to keep away evil spirits who can only travel in a straight line. They often lead to serene islands, symbolically taking followers from the chaos and bustle of a city to a peaceful spot.
Possibly the most famous of the Zig Zag bridges in China is the one in Yuyaun Garden in Shanghi.
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