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Hanfu 漢服

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Teck Chan

on 7 October 2012

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Transcript of Hanfu 漢服

Teck Chan 陳 德立 Hanfu is the historical Chinese clothing, it was worn for millennia before the establishment of the Qing Dynasty (清朝) in 1644.

It was forgotten for more than 300 years until the recent decades when some scholars embarked in the study of ancient Chinese costumes. Hanfu 漢服 Book
5000 Years of Chinese Costumes - Zhou Xun, Gao Chunming


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzAlJEmE2Tw Resources Ming’s narrow-sleeved over-dress Malaysian Nyonya Kebaya (娘惹服) Cultural Influences Over-dress made from crepe fabric Two traditional forms of Ruqun (襦裙), worn primarily by women. Song Dynasty 宋朝 Vietnamese Áo tứ thân (襖四身) Japanese Kimono (和服) Cultural Influences Korean Hanbok (韓服) Hanfu has heavily influenced the clothing of its neighbouring countries such as Japan, Korea, Vietnam and South East Asia. Cultural Influences Zhiju Shenyi (直裾深衣)
Straight lapels full body garments, worn from the pre-Shang periods to the Ming Dynasty. Wei, Jin & the Southern and Northern Dynasties 魏晉南北朝 Movie, Star Wars Episode I:
The Phantom Menace Movie, Painted Skin
(畫皮) Movie, The Last Airbender The Revival of the Cultural Identity Chinese Opera
(survived) Animation,
Mulan (花木蘭) Video game, Dynasty Warriors
(三國無雙) The Revival of the Cultural Identity Global Han Couture
Design Competition
(全球漢服回歸設計大獎賽) 2008 Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony International Student Activities in China The Revival of the Cultural Identity Buddhist robe (survived) Wearing Xuanduan (玄端) at a Confucian ceremony Hanfu movement
(漢服復興運動) The Revival of the Cultural Identity Qipao was later modernized after the end of Qing Dynasty. The Manchu dress system, Qipao (旗袍) was forcibly introduced to the Han people. After the Manchu dynasty of Qing conquered China, Hanfu was banned and the Han people were forced to shave their heads and dress like the Manchus (剃髮易服). Qing Dynasty 清朝 – The end of Hanfu Broad-sleeved over-dress Ming-style skirt, Ouqun
(明代襖裙) Robe with square front patch for officials (公服) Ming Dynasty 明朝 After the Mongols settled down in China, Mongolian customs and costumes also had their influence on those of the Han people. Liao, Jin & Yuan Dynasties were chiefly national minority regimes, established by the Khitan, Nuzhen (Manchus) and Mongols tribes. Tight-sleeved robe with left opening during Liao & Jin Liao, Jin & the Yuan Dynasties 遼金元 Civil official’s ceremony dress Dancing costume with round collar  Sui, Tang & the Five Dynasties
隋唐五代 Dress style of large-sleeves silk gown with front opening, long skirt and cape Concepts of women's social rights and social status during the Tang era were notably liberal-minded for the period.  Sui, Tang & the Five Dynasties
隋唐五代 Quju Shenyi (曲裾深衣)
Diagonal/spiral-shaped one-piece wrapping with loose sleeves, worn from the pre-Shang periods to the Han Dynasty. Ancient Times, Qin & Han Dynasties
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