Fancy Qipao Tangzhuang with Sichuan embroidery

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Tangzhuang (Chinese: 唐装; pinyin: tángzhuāng; literally “Chinese suit”) refers to the Chinese jacket that originated at the end of the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911). Tangzhuang evolved from Magua (马褂), a Manchu clothing, which was in turn adopted by the Han Chinese during Qing Dynasty. At that time, only noblemen, aristocracy and government officials were wearing it, however, in modern times it was eventually adopted by common people. This kind of clot[……]

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Traditional China Costume – Tangzhuang and Qipao

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Maybe almost everyone know China, but not everyone know Tangzhuang and Qipao, they represent very important part in 5000 years of China culture and history. Do a search on Wiki, you could learn more:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tangzhuang
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qipao
Of course, the modern Tangzhuang and Qipao are no long just with old and classic styles, Chinese designers improved the designs, mixing lots of western elements together, a[……]

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