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What is the Difference between Hanfu and Qipao?
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Posted 9/30/09
i am wondering which what is the different between chinese tradisional clothes..hanfu and qi pao.
It seems like both are chinese tradisional clothing.
Posted 9/30/09
major different is the style...hanfu and qi pao doesnt really look alike.
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Posted 10/1/09
yup...that is the vast different
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Posted 10/2/09
qi pao









hanfu







Posted 10/7/09
whoa...i like both..!
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Posted 10/8/09 , edited 11/26/09
both are lovely

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Posted 10/11/09
they're from different tiem periods
Qi Pao is a lot more recent than the Han Fu
there is also a mass difference between the looks and the style, I'm sure you can see that in the pictures above
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Posted 10/12/09

legolas133 wrote:

they're from different tiem periods
Qi Pao is a lot more recent than the Han Fu
there is also a mass difference between the looks and the style, I'm sure you can see that in the pictures above


is hanfu the original clothing of han chinese? becourse i heard that qi pao is manchu's

Posted 10/15/09
Some useful hints

Hanfu - Han Dynasty, Han People, Language: Chinese (Cantonese is a dialect, does not count)
Qi Pao - Qing Dynasty, Manchu or Manchurian People, Language: Chinese/Manchu
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Posted 10/17/09

DrifterZ0 wrote:

Some useful hints

Hanfu - Han Dynasty, Han People, Language: Chinese (Cantonese is a dialect, does not count)
Qi Pao - Qing Dynasty, Manchu or Manchurian People, Language: Chinese/Manchu


ohh i seee....so is manchu chinese also?

Posted 10/17/09

mummypooko wrote:


DrifterZ0 wrote:

Some useful hints

Hanfu - Han Dynasty, Han People, Language: Chinese (Cantonese is a dialect, does not count)
Qi Pao - Qing Dynasty, Manchu or Manchurian People, Language: Chinese, Manchu


ohh i seee....so is manchu chinese also?



I duno much for sure since I don't study chinese. But... Manchu people is part of China that time so they could be considered as Chinese. If you are referring to language. China is a vast land with many diverse cultures, tribes and even dialects or even languages. Manchus too seemed to have their own language aside from the Han Chinese or etc. So I think it "could" be considered as Chinese.

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Posted 10/17/09

DrifterZ0 wrote:


mummypooko wrote:


DrifterZ0 wrote:

Some useful hints

Hanfu - Han Dynasty, Han People, Language: Chinese (Cantonese is a dialect, does not count)
Qi Pao - Qing Dynasty, Manchu or Manchurian People, Language: Chinese, Manchu


ohh i seee....so is manchu chinese also?



I duno much for sure since I don't study chinese. But... Manchu people is part of China that time so they could be considered as Chinese. If you are referring to language. China is a vast land with many diverse cultures, tribes and even dialects or even languages. Manchus too seemed to have their own language aside from the Han Chinese or etc. So I think it "could" be considered as Chinese.



O.o thx for explaining....i was so confused...
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Posted 11/14/09
i guess hanfu change from dynasty to dynasty.
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Posted 11/16/09
oh..Qipao is 1900's dress style..but Hanfu is Han Dynasty dress style. thats about 2 thousand years ago. thats very old dress style
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Posted 11/18/09
East Asia Traditional Clothes - Korean Hanbok, Chinese Hanfu, Japanese Kimono



An album with pictures of authentic hanfu: http://photobucket.com/hanfu
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