|A religiao popular chinesa = The popular Chinese religion = La religion populaire chinoise / [coord. Raffaella D'Intino ; com a colab. de Mafalda Castro ; textos Jacques Pimpaneau, Sylvie Gonfond ; trad. Raul Cruz, Marie Imelda MacLeod ; fotogr. Henrique Ruas].|
Catalog of exhibition: Palácio Nacional da Ajuda, Galeria de Pintura do Rei D. Luís, Lisboa, 4 de Julho a 23 de Outubro de 2001.
Text in Portuguese, English, and French.
Items in this exhibit are from the collection of Mr. Kwok On, and consist of carvings, silk, masks, door-gods (menshen), paper boats, paper theater puppets, and other items depicting gods, goddeses, Daoist and Buddhist rites, demons, Guanyin, Guan Yu, Earth God (Tudi Gong), Zhong Kui, Jade Emperor, Judge Bao, Thunder God (Leigong), Three Stars (San Xing), Oxherd and Weaving Maiden (Niulang Zhinu), Kitchen God (Zaojun), God of Wealth (Cai Shen) Chen Jinggu (guardian of women, pregnant women, female warrior), Mazu, Nozha, Nuozha (Investiture of th Gods), Sun Wukong, Dizang Wang, Eight Immortals (Baxian, Ba Xian), Liu Hai (Daoist immortal), God of Moats and Walls, Mediums, Guizhou nuoxi, Jiangxi nuoxi, Nantong nuoxi, temples, altars, Yao religious paintings, main feast days in the Chinese calendar, New Year, Qingming, Double Five (wuwu, duanwujie), Double Seven (qiqi), Ullambana (Yulanpen, Festival of Departed Spirits), paper boats, Moon Festival, Mid-Autum (Zhongqiu), Chang E, Chang'e, Double Nine (chongyang)