|Annual customs and festivals in Peking as recorded in the Yen-ching Sui-shih-chi by Tun Li-ch'en. [Yanjing suishiji 燕京歲時記. English]|
|Annual customs and festivals in Peking as recorded in the Yen-ching Sui-shih-chi by Tun Li-ch'en / translated and annotated by Derk Bodde.|
Bibliography: p. -130.
Chinese title on facing t.p.: Yanjing suishiji 燕京歲時記.
Topics include: Door gods, months, New Year's Day, eight treasures, God of Wealth (Cai Shen), temples, sun cakes, Spring Equinox, mountains, elm-seed cakes, orioles, pastries, roses and peonies, dragon boat festival, God of Horses, God of War, laterns, Mid-Autumn Festival, holiday food, birds, cakes, melons, toys, games, kites, shuttlecocks, fruits, jackets turned inside out, cabbage, gate gods, New Years Eve, money tree, calendar of festivals, list of firecrackers, etc. in text, Chinese weights, measures, currency.