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What is the Difference between Hanfu and Qipao?
Posted 11/25/09
i like hanfu...
Posted 12/3/09
hanfu and qi pao..both are pretty
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Posted 12/4/09
Also, it's worth noting that Qi Pao is not a "unisex" outfit or word, but Han Fu seems to describe both male and female clothing.
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Posted 12/4/09

Prons wrote:

Also, it's worth noting that Qi Pao is not a "unisex" outfit or word, but Han Fu seems to describe both male and female clothing.


as i know qi pao is for female...but what is it call (for male)?

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Posted 12/4/09
I don't think men wear Qi Pao.
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Posted 12/5/09

Prons wrote:

I don't think men wear Qi Pao.


i mean the outfit for male.. female wear qi pao...male?

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Posted 12/5/09
now mostly ppl wear qi pao.
i only see hanfu in dramas.
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Posted 12/6/09
Some costumes commonly thought of as typically Chinese, such as the qipao, are the result of influence by laws imposed by Manchurian rulers of the Qing Dynasty, and are regarded as not being "traditionally" Han. The Qing dynasty and afterwards would be considered modern China, so the qipao would be modern clothing and not traditional.
Posted 12/6/09
qi pao




hanfu



Posted 12/9/09

pwincee wrote:

Some costumes commonly thought of as typically Chinese, such as the qipao, are the result of influence by laws imposed by Manchurian rulers of the Qing Dynasty, and are regarded as not being "traditionally" Han. The Qing dynasty and afterwards would be considered modern China, so the qipao would be modern clothing and not traditional.



when the manchu take over the dynasty...Under the dynastic laws after 1636, all Han Chinese were forced to wear a queue and dress in Manchurian qipao instead of traditional Han Chinese clothing under penalty of death.

Posted 12/10/09

deadprince wrote:

qi pao




hanfu





beautiful!
she look elegant in qi pao

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Posted 12/11/09

skippyfish wrote:


pwincee wrote:

Some costumes commonly thought of as typically Chinese, such as the qipao, are the result of influence by laws imposed by Manchurian rulers of the Qing Dynasty, and are regarded as not being "traditionally" Han. The Qing dynasty and afterwards would be considered modern China, so the qipao would be modern clothing and not traditional.



when the manchu take over the dynasty...Under the dynastic laws after 1636, all Han Chinese were forced to wear a queue and dress in Manchurian qipao instead of traditional Han Chinese clothing under penalty of death.




yup true
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Posted 12/13/09
i like hanfu more ^^
Posted 12/15/09
too bad hanfu is dying out.
Posted 12/22/09
hanfu is traditional
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