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Commissioned by the Qianlong emperor in 1751, the Qing Imperial Illustrations of Tributary Peoples (Huang Qing zhigong tu 皇清職貢圖), is a captivating work of art and an ideological statement of universal rule best understood as a cultural cartography of empire. This translation of the ethnographic texts accompanied by a full-color reproduction of Xie Sui’s (謝遂) hand-painted scroll helps us to understand the conceptualization of imperial tributary relationships the work embodies as rooted in both dynastic history and the specifics of Qing rule.
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In: Qing Imperial Illustrations of Tributary Peoples (Huang Qing zhigong tu)
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In: Qing Imperial Illustrations of Tributary Peoples (Huang Qing zhigong tu)
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In: Qing Imperial Illustrations of Tributary Peoples (Huang Qing zhigong tu)
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In: Qing Imperial Illustrations of Tributary Peoples (Huang Qing zhigong tu)
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In: Qing Imperial Illustrations of Tributary Peoples (Huang Qing zhigong tu)
In: Qing Imperial Illustrations of Tributary Peoples (Huang Qing zhigong tu)