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See also: Appendix:Variations of "sui"
- the Sui Dynasty of China
- the government of the Sui Dynasty of China
- the ruling house of the Sui Dynasty of China
- a surname of Chinese origin
- A county of Suizhou, Hubei, China.
- 1968, Eberhard, Wolfram, Alide Eberhard, transl., The Local Cultures of South and East China, Leiden: E. J. Brill, OCLC 909840590, OL 4056041M, page 220:
- Shen-nung’s geographical origin has been controversial. According to a peasant tradition he was born in a village at the northern border of the county of Sui in Hupei and has been worshipped there (Ching-chou-chi in T’P’YL 189, 6b).
- 1978, “The Chun-shan Wolf”, in Conrad Lung, transl.; Y. W. Ma, Joseph S. M. Lau, editor, Traditional Chinese Stories, New York: Columbia University Press, →ISBN, LCCN 77-21133, OCLC 906246177, page 117:
- In the past, Mao Pao was ferried across the river [in time of danger] because earlier he had set free a tortoise,⁵ and the marquis of Sui received a pearl because he had saved a snake.⁶
[...]⁶ Sui was a principality (in Sui County in modern Hupeh Province) in the Warring States period. The marquis of Sui once saved a wounded snake. In return, the snake searched for a large pearl in the river and gave it to the marquis.
- 1989, Kuttner, Fritz A., “Bronze Bells”, in The Archaeology of Music in Ancient China, First edition, New York: Paragon House, published 1990, →ISBN, LCCN 88-32965, OCLC 246781325, page 31:
- By 1985, a volume of the famous scholar Jao Tsung-I/Rao Zongyi (together with Tseng Hsien-tung/Zeng Xiantong) appeared under the title “Studies on the Inscriptions of the Bells and Chimes From the Tomb of Marquis Yi of the Tseng State at Sui-Hsien” (Province of Ho-pei/Hebei, county of Sui).
- 2020 February 7, Don Weinland, Sun Yu, Xinning Liu, “Chinese villages build barricades to keep coronavirus at bay”, in Financial Times, archived from the original on February 8, 2020:
- Mr Zeng returned to Sui county, about 200km north of Wuhan, on January 21 to celebrate the Chinese new year with his parents.[...]“If the disease drags on for two months, the start-up I work for will go under and I’ll lose my job,” he said. “There is nothing I can do about this except hope the epidemic will end soon. I am ready to spend a few months in Sui County.”