Mapping Chengde: The Qing Landscape Enterprise
University of Hawaii Press, 2000 - 209 頁
The imperial residence of Chengde was built by two Manchu emperors between 1703 and 1780. Using both visual and textual materials, this volume explores the hidden dimensions of landscape, showing how geographical imagination shaped the aesthetics of Qing court culture.
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If you're looking for a (tourist) book on the various buildings/temples of Chengde, this is not that book. Anyway, it's out-of-print and difficult to find, which is a shame as it is an excellent ... 閱讀評論全文
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