|Chuanbo yu huitong : Qiqi tushuo yanjiu yu jiaozhu 傳播與會通 : 奇器圖說研究與校注. Zhuqi tushuo 諸器圖說|
|Chuanbo yu huitong : Qiqi tushuo yanjiu yu jiaozhu 傳播與會通 : 《奇器圖說》研究與校注 / Zhang Bochun. Tian Miao dengzhu 張柏春, 田淼等著 ; 馬深孟 (Matthias Schemmel), 雷恩 (Jürgen Renn), 戴培德 (Peter Damerow).|
Title also in English on p.  of vol. 1 cover: Transmission and integration: Qiqi tushuo (Illustrations and descriptions of extraordinary devices: new research and annotated editions.
附: Zhuqi tushuo 諸器圖說 / Wang Zheng zhu 王徵著.
v.1 上篇 《奇器图说》研究 -- v.2 下篇 《奇器图说》校注.
Bibliography: v. 1, p. 300-317.
"...Qiqi tushuo 奇器圖說 (Illustrations and Explanations of Wonderful Machines, 1627) by Johann Schreck in collaboration with Wang Zheng was a work much more ambitious in scope: its three juan and fifty-four illustrations presented 'for the first time in Chinese dress the principles of the Renaissance mechanics and an account of their applications by the engineers of Europe'. Zhuqi tushuo 諸器圖說 (Illustrations and Explanations of Various Machines), a short work of one juan by Wang Zheng, included chiefly agricultural machines invented or adapted by Wang himself, partly inspired by what he had learned of European mechanical devices" --Cf. Standaert, Handbook of Christianity in China, p. 779.
Background on this and other texts on Chinese mechanics & machinery, plus full text of the 1830 reprint (preface dated 1627) see
Max Planck Institute/Project ECHO.