Sources and more reading for Dumplings topic
Anderson, E. N. (2014). Food and Environment in Early and Medieval China. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Brown University. (2012, May 04). Lantern Festival and Reception. Retrieved from Brown University: https://www.brown.edu/about/administration/international-affairs/year-of-china/lantern-festival
Dunlop, F. (2012). Every Grain of Rice. London: Bloomsbury.
Dunlop, F. (2013). Barbarian Heads and Turkish Dumplings:The Chinese Word Mantou. In M. (. McWilliams, Wrapped & Stuffed Foods. Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2012 (pp. 128-143). Totnes: Prospect Books.
Dunlop, F. (2013, February 04). Traditional Chinese dumplings for Chinese New Year recipe. Retrieved from The Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/recipes/9842908/Traditional-Chinese-dumplings-for-Chinese-New-Year-recipe.html
Fletcher , N. (2004). Charlemagne's Tablecloth: A Piquant History of Feasting. New York: St. Martin's Press.
Harford, T. (2017, September 11). How Chinese mulberry bark paved the way for paper money. Retrieved from BBC: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-40879028
History.com Staff. (2010). Chinese New Year. Retrieved from History.com: http://www.history.com/topics/holidays/chinese-new-year
Hsu, V., & Hsu, F. (1977). Modern China: North. In K. Chang, Food in Chinese Culture (pp. 295-316). New Haven: Yale University Press.
Ma, A. (2016, January 19). People In China Enjoy Laba Festival With (Free!) Rice Porridge. Retrieved from The Huffington Post: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/china-laba-festival-congee_us_569d5dbce4b0cd99679b19a0
Montgomery, L. (2011). Chinese New Year. On The China History Podcast [Podcast].
Nguyen, A. (n.d.). Basic Dumpling Dough. Retrieved from The Splendid Table: https://www.splendidtable.org/recipes/basic-dumpling-dough
Otsuka, H. (2017, January 28). Research on Gyoza Culture in Japan and China: How the Chinese dish fused into Japanese cuisine, and its historical background. Retrieved from The 54th Food Culture Seminar: http://www.kikkoman.co.jp/c/kiifc/foodculture/pdf_27/e_012_013.pdf
Perkins , D. (2013). Encyclopedia of China: History and Culture. New York: Routledge.
Rex, E. (2013, April 13). Pork & Celery Dumplings (Gyoza). Retrieved from Food52: https://food52.com/recipes/21703-pork-celery-dumplings-gyoza
Simonds, N. (1989, January 25). In China, A Scholar Of Culinary History. Retrieved from The New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/1989/01/25/garden/in-china-a-scholar-of-culinary-history.html
Splitter, H. (1950, Oct-Dec). The Chinese Feast of Lanterns. The Journal of American Folklore, 63(250), 438-443.
Stepanchuk, C., & Wong , C. (1991). Mooncakes and Hungry Ghosts: Festivals of China. San Francisco: China Books & Periodicals Inc.
Taylor, A.-L. (2012, January 23). Food symbolism: Why do we give food meaning? Retrieved from BBC: http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-16631679
Tietjens, E. (1916, December). Chinese New Year. Retrieved from Poetry Foundation: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/browse?contentId=13542
Wei , L. (2010). Chinese Festivals (Introductions to Chinese Culture). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Wu, D. Y., & Cheung, S. C. (2002). The Globalization of Chinese Food. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
Wu, X. (2005, July). The New Year's Eve Dinner and Wormwood Meal: Festival Foodways as Ethnic Markers in Enshi Prefecture. Modern China, 31(3), 353-380.
Young, K. (2015, June 5). Dumplings. The Kitchen God's Wife. Retrieved from The Little Library Café: http://thelittlelibrarycafe.com/blog/2015/5/27/dumplings
Zhejiang Radio. (2017, 5 January). China’s Laba Festival marks Buddha’s enlightenment. Retrieved from Global Times: https://gbtimes.com/chinas-laba-festival-marks-buddhas-enlightenment