Bazaar in Beijing 北京市集

A busy market scene on the outskirts of Peking in the late 19th century. Though commerce ranked at the bottom of the Confucian scale of values, Peking like other Chinese cities catered for bustling markets which drew goods from across the nations as well as foreign traders - especially when delegates from abroad arrived in the capital to pay honour to the emperors.
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