Chinese and Chinese characters are the language of Chinese dynasties, and Hanfu is the mainstream costumes of Chinese dynasties.
Hanfu got its name because of the Han Dynasty, it started from Emperor Huang’s “Chui Shang Er Zhi”, it was mainstream, confirmed at the earliest in the Shang Dynasty, until the Qing Dynasty.
Although Hanfu has undergone some changes, its main shape, the characteristic of “Jiao Ling You Ren, Tops and Skirts” has never changed. Therefore, Hanfu is always the traditional costume of China, not just the Han Dynasty.
Hanfu is characterized by the right collar and the knot tie. The so-called right collar is that the left side of the collar presses the right side of the collar and is tied under the right armpit, and the collar forms a “y” shape.
At the same time, Hanfu is distinguished from three-dimensionally tailored Western clothing by its flat and tailored production method, which keeps it flowing, agile, and comfortable. As a national costume that has developed for thousands of years, Hanfu has many styles that can be applied to different occasions and different weather.
Western countries call China’s “National Studies” as “Sinology”, not just “Study of Han Dynasty”, nor do Chinese and Chinese characters only refer to the Han language.
Manchu women wearing cheongsam generally like to wear another embroidered shawl, wrap a scarf, and restrict the walking posture of the wearer with “flower pot shoes”, showing women’s charm and grace, forming a very beautiful dress.
Cheongsam was originally a robe worn by Manchus regardless of gender, age, or wealth. The influence of Manchu-style cheongsam still exists today