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The origin of Tuerye was around the end of Ming Dynasty. Ming Dynasty Ji Kun (surviving around 1636)'s "Remaining Manuscript of the Flower King Pavilion": "The Mid-Autumn Festival in Beijing is mostly in the shape of a mud rabbit, with a crown sitting like a human, and the children worship it." , The function of Tuerye has been transformed from a sacrifice to the moon to a mid-autumn festival toy for children. The production is also becoming more and more refined, some dressed as military generals wearing armor and robes, and some with paper flags or paper umbrellas on their backs, or sitting or standing. Sitting there are unicorns, tigers and leopards. There are also vendors who dress as rabbit heads, or shave their heads, or sew shoes, sell wontons, tea soup, and more.

"Every Mid-Autumn Festival, people in the city use loess to tuft the statue of toad and rabbit for sale, which is called the rabbit." In the old days, around the Dongsi archway in Beijing, there were often rabbit stalls selling rabbits for the Mid-Autumn Festival. In addition, joss sticks are also sold at the South Paper Store. This Lord Rabbit has been personified through the bold creation of folk artists. It is the head of a rabbit, holding a jade pestle. Later, some people imitated the characters in the opera and carved the rabbit into a warrior with golden helmet and golden armor. Some rode lions, elephants and other beasts, and some rode peacocks, cranes and other birds. Especially the rabbit riding a tiger, although it is strange, it is the bold creation of folk artists. There is also a kind of Rabbit, whose elbow joints and jaw can move, commonly known as "peter mouth", which is more likable. Although it is a lunar offering, it is really a wonderful toy for children.

文章分类: 五年级作文