Chinese Children"s Stories Vol. 47: The Crane-Riding Immortal, Lyu Dungbin and Guanyin

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ContributionsTheresa Austin (Editor), Ko-Shee Ching (Editor)
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ISBN 101561620475
ISBN 139781561620470

Focusing specifically on the stories of the Han Chinese (the largest ethnic group in China, numbering over a billion people), this collection presents more than 50 tales, both well known and obscure?€”from Monkeys Fishing the Moon and The Butterfly Lovers to Painted Skin and Dragon Princess.

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