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The Dapu rituals in Pre-modern East Asian countries
Not many rulers in history received people’s warm welcome, at least not for long even if they did. The author argues long rulership that brought forth a thriving time and without fundamental flaws usually performed three rituals: 1. xiang yinjiu 鄉飲酒 (district wine drinking); 2. yang lao 養老 (veneration for the elderly); 3. da pu 大酺 (feasting). Da pu refers to the ritual that the royal court approved of people’s feasting and drinking for a few days. One of the most welcomed rituals in history, da fu started in the State of Zhao in the late Warring States period, enjoyed its heyday during the rules of Emperor Gaozong and Empress Wu in the Tang dynasty, and gradually saw its end in the Song dynasty. Da pu not only was held in China, but also was seen in many East Asian countries including Korea, Japan, Vietnam, etc. However, this ritual has not attracted sufficient scholarly treatment. The authors fills this gap by researching on the praises of da pu, this enjoyable ritual.
鄉飲酒, 養老, 大酺, 古代東亞, 中、韓、日、越史料, ceremonies of xiangyinjiu, pension, da pu, ancient East Asia, historical materials about China, Korea and Vietname, xiang yinjiu, yang lao
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葉國良 (2020)。古代東亞各國所見的大酺活動。《嶺南學報》，第十三輯，頁231-240。檢自 https://commons.ln.edu.hk/ljcs_new/vol13/iss1/11