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  • Chinese Dragon Robe
    Dragon Robe, the exclusive clothing of Chinese emperors Although different cultures have varying stories about dragon, some of them are said to be poisonous or evil, but in China the dragon is the highest-ranking animal in the animal hierarchy. It is held in high esteem for its dignity and power. Chinese people have a long held belief that they are desc... Read more>>
  • Dazzling Chinese Clothing in Ming Dynasty
    Dazzling Chinese Clothing in Ming Dynasty Each dynasty in China brought with it essential characteristics to Chinese culture. Clothing in the Ming Dynasty brought a new perspective to traditional clothing. A lot of clothing influences developed throughout the Ming Dynasty is usually described by historians as magnificent and graceful at th... Read more>>
  • Characteristic Chinese Clothing in Qin and Han Dynasty
    Characteristic Chinese Clothing in Qin and Han Dynasty “Hanfu” which appears frequently these years as a symbol of China is always referred as traditional Chinese clothing all around the world. Actually throughout the Chinese history of more than 5000 years, clothing style experienced a notable changing from the ancient time to modern era. Each histo... Read more>>
  • China’s ancient clothes
    History of China’s Ancient Clothes Decorations Thousands of years of Chinese history have laid a rich foundation for the lives of its inhabitants. While some of the ancient Chinese myths and cultural traditions have been forgotten or are no longer observed, many of them are still remembered and incorporated into everyday life. The cultural trad... Read more>>
  • Chinese raincoats
    The History of Raincoats of Ancient China Chinese raincoats have gone through several changes. The earliest forms of Chinese raincoats were made of straw with the name of "straw rain capes" or "coir rain capes". Originally, rain capes were made of Chinese silvergrass. Along with the progress of times, a couple of materials were found suita... Read more>>
  • Chinese Tunic Suit
    Chinese Tunic Suit, the Suit of Historic Patriotism The modern Chinese Tunic Suit is a style of male attire known in China as the Zhongshan Suit (named after Sun Yat-Sen), and known in the West as the Chinese Tunic Suit (named after Mao Zedong). Sun Yat-sen introduced the style shortly after the founding of the Republic of China as a form of nationa... Read more>>
  • Perfume Pouch
    Chinese Perfume Pouch, a Traditional Personal Adornment Chinese perfume pouch, also commonly called Xiangnang, Xiangbao or Hebao, is a traditional hand-made personal adornment with a pleasing fragrance. It takes a wide variety of shapes, and it is always small and exquisite. It not> Origin The history of the Chinese perfume pouch can be traced back ... Read more>>
  • Khatag
    Khatag, an Auspicious Symbol in Tibetan Culture Khatag is a traditional ceremonial scarf used in Tibet and Mongolia. Offering of khatag is a well known Tibetan culture in greetings. Khatags are often offered in Tibetan Buddhism to Buddhist images or statues, holy sites, lamas and in certain rituals. It represents the highest respect to the recip... Read more>>
  • Tang Suit
    Tang Suit, Chinese Traditional National Costume Tang Dynasty was the most thriving, prosperous, splendid, and glorious period in ancient China. As a result, the traditional clothing worn by the Chinese is called “Tang suit”. Actually, “Tang suit” has no relationships with Tang Dynasty. The origin of Tang suit can be traced back to Qing Dyn... Read more>>
  • Chinese Silk
    Silk Kingdom Several thousand years ago, when the silk trade first reached Europe via the Silk Road, it brought with it not target="_blank" title="China">China throughout the millennia, as China is the birthplace of sericulture. Raising silkworms and reeling the silk from their cocoons was ancient China's great... Read more>>
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