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What is the Difference between Hanfu and Qipao?
Posted 12/22/09
qi pao is moden? i nt sure
Posted 12/25/09
i think so...
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Posted 12/27/09
qi pao is not traditionally han.
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Posted 1/1/10
the style is diff
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Posted 1/3/10
Han fu wastes a lot of cloth and very conservative, qipao from post ching, premao era around the times of shanghai bund not conservative considered revealing at times
Posted 1/3/10

excite88888 wrote:

Han fu wastes a lot of cloth and very conservative, qipao from post ching, premao era around the times of shanghai bund not conservative considered revealing at times



i dont think hanfu is a waste of cloth.
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Posted 1/5/10
hanfu look very traditional.
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Posted 1/5/10
qi pao very modern.
Posted 1/15/10
i can see the different... but mostly in the ancient chinese drama..those r hanfu right?
Posted 1/29/10
qi pao=manchu
hanfu=han
Posted 2/1/10
i like han fu more
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Posted 2/6/10
hanfu has more ancient feel..
Posted 4/7/10

skippyfish wrote:

i can see the different... but mostly in the ancient chinese drama..those r hanfu right?


yup.
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Posted 4/17/10
The Hanfu, 汉服, or 'Han Clothing' is the tradition clothing worn by the 'Han' People. This was the fashion until the Qing Dynasty, where the Qing Emperors imposed Manchu clothing upon the Chinese people. They also force the Chinese to change their hairstyle to Queue, that is to shave the front of your head while braiding the back into a braid, on pain of death.
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Posted 4/17/10
i. suppose.both r chinese clothing
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