Chinese New Year is one of the biggest festivals in Chinese culture, and Dihua Street (one of the oldest streets in the city of Taipei) is always bustling with activity during this time of year!
The story follows a little boy Rui (阿瑞) shopping for Chinese New Year goods with his grandpa at Dihau Street. The detailed illustrations allows our young readers to immerse themselves in the lively New Years atmosphere, with descriptions of the Chinese temples, the traditional fabric stores, and the Chinese medicine shops.
Plus, huge fold out pages lets readers see Dihua Street illustrated in full detail! Young children can learn about the history, culture, and everyday life of Dihua street through scenes of the various craftspeople that line the historic street.
Hardcover | 38 pages | 21 x 28cm
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