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Culture Diversity: Traditional Clothes
Transcript of Culture Diversity: Traditional Clothes
Truong Quoc Cuong CHINA INDONESIA PADANG
Giovani Septio BALI
Mirah Diwayami Indonesian CHINA
Brillian Cox Chinese China
Shang Woman's Traditional Clothes PAKAIAN LIMPAPEH
RUMAH NAN GADANG Baju Batabue
Galang MEN's TRADITIONAL CLOTHES Giovani Septio PAKAIAN PENGHULU Destar
Keris Mirah Diwayami VIETNAM Truong Quoc Cuong Traditional Wedding Clothes Modern Wedding Dress Vietnamese Wedding Dress “Áo dài” is the traditional dress of Vietnam.
It is the pride of national costumes. It is both discreet and evoked the charming beauties, slender of Vietnamese women. Traditional wedding clothes since the Nguyen Dynasty.
This gown is preferably in red or pink, and the bride usually wears a Khn ng headdress. The groom wears a simpler male equivalent of the dress, often in the color white or blue. The bride then follows her parents out in a Vietnamese traditional wedding dress (Ao Dai), which is usually in red. Most current-day Vietnamese weddings—both in Vietnam and overseas—incorporate both Western and Vietnamese traditions. One such infusion is the bride wearing both a Western wedding dress and an Áo dài during the wedding. A L CHINA Woman's Traditional Clothes Man's Traditional Clothes TRADITIONAL CLOTHES IN CHINA This is "hun sha" in chinese.
People often wearing red one,it meaning really love.
This is nation clothes,usually use in Man nation.
It is beautiful clothes in nation clothes.
This is "zhong shan clothes"
chinese people mark a chines leader. SHANG Generally Divided Inti Three Parts which are: Top (Dewa), Middle (Manusa), and Bottom (Butha) The parts in between shoulder and waist represents the human itself. It shows their status and function according to place, time and situation (desa, kala, patra). Balinesse believes that demons were living down below in the underworld, and bottom as the simbol that human is not away from bads. Kamen or long fabrics is commonly used to cover these parts. Together with senteng or selendang that tied firmly, shows that the evil side will remain below and won't slip up to the head. Balinesse culture believes that head (or Prabu in Balinesse language) is where the God reside. Everything comes from the mind, that way it has to be centralized to God.
The male will use udeng on top of their head. The tip of the Udeng will be tied upward meaning that the user will think straight to worship God.
For the ladies, they have to tie the hair, and if they're married, they have to bun their hair. It is the simbol of bordering your mind to worship God. TOP (Dewa) MIDDLE (MANUSA) BOTTOM (Bhuta) Busana Agung: Mostly used in humanity event or manusa yadnya that are felt to be very important for the executor. Busana Jangkep: mostly used in honoring event or humanity ceremonial. Busana Madya: mostly used by the people to do ceremonial event on worshiping god. Mostly in white. Busana Alit: mostly used by the people to help the work or preparation for upcoming events. MIDDLE (Manusa) History of Traditional Chinese Clothing Two type of chinese traditional cloth, first one is “Cheongsam” and second one is “Changsam” Cheongsam or qipao (chipao) name itself means a long dress is the traditional dress for women. Cheongsam name is taken from the English translation of the dialect Guangdang province
Modern Usage Early History At the beginning of the Manchu Qing Dynasty found on in China, the Manchu women wear qipao (cheongsam) In the modern era, traditional clothing china are well known and favored nations in the world. Changsam is part of formal cloths with sleeves that cut off at the wrist and typically made of silk cloth for men at formal accation. Changshan, along with qipao, were introduced to China during the Qing Dynasty (17th–20th centuries). The Manchus in 1636 ordered that all Han Chinese should adopt the Changshan style. Brillian THANK YOU if you have things to discuss, please raise your hand.