零青子 Hanfu – Han Dynasty Clothing blogger –Vlogger based in historical modern richness of two thousand and four hundred year old ultra megapolis ancient – postmodern Chengdu city Sichuan province of China – People’s Republic of China. She is one of many leading fashion blogger-Vlogger  fashionably trending setting vlogs of how to wear of her collection of sort after Chinese –Han Dynasty Clothing of Hanfu- Han ethnic Traditional clothing in which dressing traditional from various dynasties to its postmodern twentieth first century trending setting ….

First it’ how to wear the Horse-face skirt, also known as “horse-face pleated skirt” is a Swirl Skirt variant, is one of the main skirt styles of ancient Chinese Han women. There are four skirt doors inside and outside, overlapping in two. The outer skirt door is decorated, and the inner skirt door is decorated with little or no decoration. For decoration, the side of the horse-faced skirt is tucked up, and the waist of the skirt is mostly white cloth, which means white head and old age, and it is fixed with rope or button.

The horse-main skirt is the most typical style of Han women’s dress during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Its style has undergone a series of changes from the freshness and elegance of the Ming Dynasty to the magnificence and wealth of the Qing Dynasty to the beauty and simplicity of the Republic of China, but its “horse-faced” structure has always been deeply ingrained….,

 During the Ming Dynasty Most women wore three collars with narrow sleeves during this dynasty. This is what made up their upper clothing most of the time. Pleated skirts were also popularized in this period and made clothing more graceful for women. Light colours became very popular during the start of the Ming Dynasty. Embroidered capes also became part of the ensemble for women’s clothing. It was worn over the shoulders which were called “Rosy Cloud Cape” due to its rosy and cloud-like shape.

How to wear a Ming Dynasty urban wear every day wear clothing on for a every day wear  first apply the undergarment in which is the Short front Button Cami with the undergarment skirt/ long bloomers  with soft silk Swirl Skirt in very simple pastel colours fabrics with fun Printed playfully keeping warm and cool throughout the seasons then apply wearing the Sheer Fabric Shirt  竖领对襟纱in which it has a Standing Collar with opening shirt with Sheerness Standing collar . 披風 Pi Feng The sheerness is general worn at private areas at Home in which the sheerness is informal wear..  However there’s a heavier moderate for formal wear for urban wear.

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing – Han Traditional Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

Images visuals are from Weibo and their respectives of 零青子.

天壇 The Temple of Heaven In winter- Temple of Heaven: an Imperial Sacrificial Altar in Beijing…….the Temple of Heaven Park is full of a peaceful atmosphere. The sun is rising, and the sky is full of purple clouds. Between the clouds and clouds, the morning glow spreads over the earth. The glazed tiles of the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest shone with stars and stars under the rays of the sun, as if the beauty of the Heavenly Palace had fallen into the world. Beijing turns out to be so beautiful

The Temple of Heaven Park is located in the south of Beijing, on the east side of Yongdingmen Inner Street in Dongcheng District. It covers an area of ​​about 2.73 million square meters. The Temple of Heaven was built in the eighteenth year of Yongle in the Ming Dynasty (1420), and was rebuilt during the reign of Emperor Qianlong and Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty. It is now a world cultural heritage , a national key cultural relics protection unit , a national AAAAA-level tourist attraction , and a demonstration site of a national civilized scenic tourist area .

In the Ming and Qing dynasties, the Temple of Heaven Park was the place where emperors offered sacrifices to the emperor and prayed for the harvest of the five grains. The Temple of Heaven is a general term for the two altars of Yuanqiu and Qigu. There are two altar walls, forming an inner and outer altar. The main building is the inner altar, the round mound altar is in the south, the Qigu altar is in the north, and the two altars are on the same north-south axis, separated by a wall. The main buildings in the Circular Mound Altar are the Circular Mound Altar, the Emperor Vault, etc. The main buildings in the Praying Valley Altar are the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest, the Hall of Emperor Qiang, and the Gate of Prayer for Chinese New Year’s .

During the Ming and Qing Dynasties According to historical records, there are formal sacrifices to heaven and earth, which can be traced back to the Xia Dynasty in the second millennium BC, which was still a slave society. Ancient Chinese emperors called themselves “Son of Heaven”, and they revered heaven and earth very much.

The Temple of Heaven was built in the shape of Nanjing in the eighteenth year of Yongle in Ming Dynasty (1420). In the ninth year of Jiajing (1530), Emperor Jiajing listened to the minister’s words: “In ancient times, people worshipped the sky on Yuanqiu and the earth on Fangqiu. Those on Yuanqiu were the hills on the ground in the southern suburbs. The hills were round and high, so they resembled the sky. The hill in Zezhong in the northern suburbs, the hill goes down from the side, is like the earth.” So it was decided to divide the sacrifices between heaven and earth, building a round hill in the south of the Great Sacrificial Hall to worship the sky, and building a Fangze altar outside the Anding Gate of the northern city to worship the earth . In the thirteenth year of Jiajing (1534), Yuanqiu was renamed the Temple of Heaven, and Fang Ze was renamed the Temple of Earth. After the Great Sacrificial Hall was abandoned, it was changed to the Altar of Prayers. In the seventeenth year of Jiajing (1538), the altar of prayer for grain was abolished. In the nineteenth year, another Daxiang Hall was built on the altar, and it was completed in twenty-four years.

In the 16th year of Emperor Qianlong’s reign (1751), it was renamed the Hall of Prayer for Harvest. It has been repaired and expanded many times since then.

Imagines credits are of the Forbidden City –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China also from the Series Weibo北京卫视上新了故宫 Treasures in the Forbidden City…

On  a very clear wonderful elegant beautiful 12th January 2022 week  in which following  Least  than a month time 4 February 2022 is the Beijing winter Olympics  in which  The Capital of China – People’s Republic of China –  万多洛云大美京城  In Beijing in winter, the clouds in the sky are like blooming hibiscus flowers, which are very beautiful. The rising sun will turn thousands of miles of clouds into golden yellow, rendering the dreamiest colours. The moat still reflects the sky in the rippling blue waves, like water and sky….

In this year’s 2022 , the second decade from the turn of the century in Beijing the Capital of China also the People’s Republic of China, in which is also the year of the rat, marking its six hundred years anniversary of the Forbidden city that marks the transitional point of in between the middle of the Ming Dynasty (1368- 1644) transitionally from Nanjing to Beijing towards the Qing Dynasty (1636-1644-1911) …. The Imperial Palace seen so many countless seasonally transitional equinoxes but further its six hundred years is iconic, but it’s five hundred ninety nine years it marks it Autumn Equinox…. In which it only took twelve years to build the same of the Daming Palace of The Tang Dynasty Xian Imperial Capital only it was least twenty times larger…

Imagines credits are of the Forbidden City –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China also from the Series Weibo北京卫视上新了故宫 Treasures in the Forbidden City…

零青子 Hanfu – Han Dynasty Clothing blogger –Vlogger based in historical modern richness of two thousand and four hundred year old ultra megapolis ancient – postmodern Chengdu city Sichuan province of China – People’s Republic of China. She is one of many leading fashion blogger-Vlogger  fashionably trending setting vlogs of how to wear of her collection of sort after Chinese –Han Dynasty Clothing of Hanfu- Han ethnic Traditional clothing in which dressing traditional from various dynasties to its postmodern twentieth first century trending setting ….

First it’ how to wear the Horse-face skirt, also known as “horse-face pleated skirt” is a Swirl Skirt variant, is one of the main skirt styles of ancient Chinese Han women. There are four skirt doors inside and outside, overlapping in two. The outer skirt door is decorated, and the inner skirt door is decorated with little or no decoration. For decoration, the side of the horse-faced skirt is tucked up, and the waist of the skirt is mostly white cloth, which means white head and old age, and it is fixed with rope or button.

The horse-main skirt is the most typical style of Han women’s dress during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Its style has undergone a series of changes from the freshness and elegance of the Ming Dynasty to the magnificence and wealth of the Qing Dynasty to the beauty and simplicity of the Republic of China, but its “horse-faced” structure has always been deeply ingrained….,

 During the Ming Dynasty Most women wore three collars with narrow sleeves during this dynasty. This is what made up their upper clothing most of the time. Pleated skirts were also popularized in this period and made clothing more graceful for women. Light colours became very popular during the start of the Ming Dynasty. Embroidered capes also became part of the ensemble for women’s clothing. It was worn over the shoulders which were called “Rosy Cloud Cape” due to its rosy and cloud-like shape.

How to wear a Ming Dynasty urban wear every day wear clothing on for a every day wear  first apply the undergarment in which is the Short front Button Cami with the undergarment skirt/ long bloomers  with soft silk Swirl Skirt in very simple pastel colours fabrics with fun Printed playfully keeping warm and cool throughout the seasons then apply wearing the Sheer Fabric Shirt  竖领对襟纱in which it has a Standing Collar with opening shirt with Sheerness Standing collar . 披風 Pi Feng The sheerness is general worn at private areas at Home in which the sheerness is informal wear..  however There’s a more heavier moderate for formal wear for urban wear.

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing – Han Traditional Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

Images visuals are from Weibo and their respectives of 零青子.

On  a very clear wonderful elegant beautiful 13th January 2022 week  in which following  Least  than a month time 4 February 2022 is the Beijing winter Olympics  in which  The Capital of China – People’s Republic of China –  Beijing night can be so beautiful …… As night falls, neon lights adorn the streets and alleys of Beijing, and the bustling streets flow like rivers, like a dragon, as if bringing people into a wonderful world!

In this year’s 2020, the second decade from the turn of the century in Beijing the Capital of China also the People’s Republic of China, in which is also the year of the rat, marking its six hundred years and two anniversary of the Forbidden city that marks the transitional point of in between the middle of the Ming Dynasty (1368- 1644) transitionally from Nanjing to Beijing towards the Qing Dynasty (1636-1644-1911) …. The Imperial Palace seen so many countless seasonally transitional equinoxes but further its six hundred years is iconic, but it’s five hundred ninety nine years it marks it Autumn Equinox…. In which it only took twelve years to build the same of the Daming Palace of The Tang Dynasty Xian Imperial Capital only it was least twenty times larger…

Imagines credits are of the Forbidden City –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China also from the Series Weibo北京卫视上新了故宫 Treasures in the Forbidden City…

Located in a two thousand and Six hundred year old Ancient Post Modern Ultra Megatroplis mega city Suzhou Flashback Clothing Co., Ltd- Gusu District Pailide Clothing Firm Suzhou City, Jiangsu, China – People’s Republic of China …. 倒叙中式礼服 Flashback Chinese dress  Specializing in the research and development, design, production and sales, and advanced customization of Chinese dresses such as Xiuhe and Longfeng gowns. 

Dressed in Imperial pastel blue jade Red, teal whites, on Chinese hand crafted embroidery youthfully cheongsam Qipao with beautifully dressed in Beautiful Chinese Painting embroidery theme ] auspicious peony red with luxurious gold, dignified and rich, supplemented by oil painting textured dark green, adding retro and high-end charm with creative double sleeves , neckline petal-shaped hollow and slightly transparent design , fashionable and sexy the
skirt is stitched with contrasting color satin, the bed making effect is excellent, the small trailing tail is full of elegant and light luxury the beaded lace dragon and phoenix have auspicious patterns, wishing the newlyweds love, harmony, auspiciousness and wealth

: Feng Xi Fu Yuan with warm fashionable Chinese red meets elegant embroidery  crystal hemp satin with glitter satin, French lace, elegant waves fishtail skirt full of iron Middle Eastern diamonds with contrasting color shoulders and petal sleeves, highlight the bride’s graceful figure Indian silk embroidery combined with bead embroidery, drawing phoenix, magpie and other patterns, implying wealth and good luck…..

With Suzhou, Jiangsu  elegant dress height with density, colour density, color gradually beautiful in the improved version of the Malay gown the modern beauty of Chinese style perfectly interprets the beauty of Chinese wedding gowns, presenting the picturesque spirit and elegant charm custom-made special fabrics to design a distinctive pink color , which sets off the bride- the young lady more fresh and refined, super gorgeous, hand-made beading and imported follow Indian silk embroidery Blooming on the wedding gown with that extra embroidery techquie in its tapestry this Chinese wedding gown full of gorgeous and elegant noble atmosphere……

….…… In which timeless gorgeous hand crafted embroidery youthfully cheongsam Qipao Chinese  Qipao –Cheongsam makes a most treasured embroidery art center piece on you  and after on a mannequin as your fashion art piece memorable…….

QIPAO 旗袍 Cheongsam …. In which from historically Shenyang is the birth place of the Qing Dynasty 1636-1912plus ….  In which Qipao is termed for Qing Dynasty Clothing that the Manchu ethnic adoptively wore…… in which the Shenyang Palace Museum was an imperial palace towards two Qing Dynasty emperors. Previously two years ago During the event it which was an eight day forums, with exhibitions also related workshops illustrating the birth place of the Old Capital of Cheongsam where the Qing Dynasty- Qipao was inspired from..  

Before that Shanghai 1930’s Qipao-Cheongsam revolution, the Manchurian Cheongsam was the fashion of choice of the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912)   throughout as it standardised that style during the dynasty… Replacing the previous clothing standard Han Fu – Han Dynasty clothing style, in which also is form fitting towards the women’s silhouette but with a higher degree of freedom of flare of personal, individual style… 

Qipao-Cheongsam is uniquely hand crafted tailored Chinese dress to the customer’s various measurements… in which you can still have them brought of the rack in which is accustomed to the standard measurements… in which you can tell which is western influenced with the back zipped in which the Eastern traditional Chinese Tailors would have the side zipped of the Qipao dress due it interrupts the flow of the pattern work at the back of the dress..  Also it creates a continuous seamless back look…  after as the measurements are translated drafted onto the silk or the customer desired accustomed fabric of choice, from the measurements book with the associated look of the design elements with additional accessories the sexiness of Qipao lies subtlety.. Measuring, patterning, cutting, and button making are crucial, in where passion and art comes together in tailoring

 In which traditionally Qipao- Cheongsam dresses are worn for from straight forwardly every day towards after work evening wear in without having to change to another set of wardrobe dressing only to accessories for the required occasion… … in which the Qipao dress pattern silhouette is design for the lady’s figure in which accentuating the silhouette without giving away too much of what’s underneath in retaining…. its timeless classic silhouettes in which are designed to be worn every day, from work, evening,  casually  towards to the weekend… with sleek simple, elegant, sexy intelligent sophistication in which are easy to be accessorised with any pieces of clothing in your current or upcoming wardrobe…

Images and visuals are from Weibo also from倒叙中式礼服 Suzhou Flashback Clothing Co., Ltd- Gusu District Pailide Clothing Firm Suzhou City, Jiangsu, China – People’s Republic of China  For more information, please contact: 18151094293



Located in a two thousand and Six hundred year old Ancient Post Modern Ultra Megatroplis mega city Suzhou Flashback Clothing Co., Ltd- Gusu District Pailide Clothing Firm Suzhou City, Jiangsu, China – People’s Republic of China …. 倒叙中式礼服 Flashback Chinese dress  Specializing in the research and development, design, production and sales, and advanced customization of Chinese dresses such as Xiuhe and Longfeng gowns. 

Dressed in Imperial pastel blue jade, on Chinese hand crafted embroidery youthfully cheongsam Qipao with beautifully dressed in Beautiful Chinese Painting embroidery theme: Feng Xi Fu Yuan with warm fashionable Chinese red meets elegant embroidery  crystal hemp satin with glitter satin, French lace, elegant waves fishtail skirt full of iron Middle Eastern diamonds with contrasting color shoulders and petal sleeves, highlight the bride’s graceful figure Indian silk embroidery combined with bead embroidery, drawing phoenix, magpie and other patterns, implying wealth and good luck…..

With Suzhou, Jiangsu  elegant dress height with density, colour density, color gradually beautiful in the improved version of the Malay gown the modern beauty of Chinese style perfectly interprets the beauty of Chinese wedding gowns, presenting the picturesque spirit and elegant charm custom-made special fabrics to design a distinctive pink color , which sets off the bride- the young lady more fresh and refined, super gorgeous, hand-made beading and imported follow Indian silk embroidery Blooming on the wedding gown with that extra embroidery techquie in its tapestry this Chinese wedding gown full of gorgeous and elegant noble atmosphere……

….…… In which timeless gorgeous hand crafted embroidery youthfully cheongsam Qipao Chinese  Qipao –Cheongsam makes a most treasured embroidery art center piece on you  and after on a mannequin as your fashion art piece memorable…….

QIPAO 旗袍 Cheongsam …. In which from historically Shenyang is the birth place of the Qing Dynasty 1636-1912plus ….  In which Qipao is termed for Qing Dynasty Clothing that the Manchu ethnic adoptively wore…… in which the Shenyang Palace Museum was an imperial palace towards two Qing Dynasty emperors. Previously two years ago During the event it which was an eight day forums, with exhibitions also related workshops illustrating the birth place of the Old Capital of Cheongsam where the Qing Dynasty- Qipao was inspired from..  

Before that Shanghai 1930’s Qipao-Cheongsam revolution, the Manchurian Cheongsam was the fashion of choice of the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912)   throughout as it standardised that style during the dynasty… Replacing the previous clothing standard Han Fu – Han Dynasty clothing style, in which also is form fitting towards the women’s silhouette but with a higher degree of freedom of flare of personal, individual style… 

Qipao-Cheongsam is uniquely hand crafted tailored Chinese dress to the customer’s various measurements… in which you can still have them brought of the rack in which is accustomed to the standard measurements… in which you can tell which is western influenced with the back zipped in which the Eastern traditional Chinese Tailors would have the side zipped of the Qipao dress due it interrupts the flow of the pattern work at the back of the dress..  Also it creates a continuous seamless back look…  after as the measurements are translated drafted onto the silk or the customer desired accustomed fabric of choice, from the measurements book with the associated look of the design elements with additional accessories the sexiness of Qipao lies subtlety.. Measuring, patterning, cutting, and button making are crucial, in where passion and art comes together in tailoring

 In which traditionally Qipao- Cheongsam dresses are worn for from straight forwardly every day towards after work evening wear in without having to change to another set of wardrobe dressing only to accessories for the required occasion… … in which the Qipao dress pattern silhouette is design for the lady’s figure in which accentuating the silhouette without giving away too much of what’s underneath in retaining…. its timeless classic silhouettes in which are designed to be worn every day, from work, evening,  casually  towards to the weekend… with sleek simple, elegant, sexy intelligent sophistication in which are easy to be accessorised with any pieces of clothing in your current or upcoming wardrobe…

Images and visuals are from Weibo also from倒叙中式礼服 Suzhou Flashback Clothing Co., Ltd- Gusu District Pailide Clothing Firm Suzhou City, Jiangsu, China – People’s Republic of China  For more information, please contact: 18151094293

零青子 Hanfu – Han Dynasty Clothing blogger –Vlogger based in historical modern richness of two thousand and four hundred year old ultra megapolis ancient – postmodern Chengdu city Sichuan province of China – People’s Republic of China. She is one of many leading fashion blogger-Vlogger  fashionably trending setting vlogs of how to wear of her collection of sort after Chinese –Han Dynasty Clothing of Hanfu- Han ethnic Traditional clothing in which dressing traditional from various dynasties to its postmodern twentieth first century trending setting ….

First it’ how to wear the Horse-face skirt, also known as “horse-face pleated skirt” is a Swirl Skirt variant, is one of the main skirt styles of ancient Chinese Han women. There are four skirt doors inside and outside, overlapping in two. The outer skirt door is decorated, and the inner skirt door is decorated with little or no decoration. For decoration, the side of the horse-faced skirt is tucked up, and the waist of the skirt is mostly white cloth, which means white head and old age, and it is fixed with rope or button.

The horse-main skirt is the most typical style of Han women’s dress during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Its style has undergone a series of changes from the freshness and elegance of the Ming Dynasty to the magnificence and wealth of the Qing Dynasty to the beauty and simplicity of the Republic of China, but its “horse-faced” structure has always been deeply ingrained….,

 During the Ming Dynasty Most women wore three collars with narrow sleeves during this dynasty. This is what made up their upper clothing most of the time. Pleated skirts were also popularized in this period and made clothing more graceful for women. Light colours became very popular during the start of the Ming Dynasty. Embroidered capes also became part of the ensemble for women’s clothing. It was worn over the shoulders which were called “Rosy Cloud Cape” due to its rosy and cloud-like shape.

How to wear a Ming Dynasty urban wear every day wear clothing on for a every day wear  first apply the undergarment in which is the Short front Button Cami with the undergarment skirt/ long bloomers  with soft silk Swirl Skirt in very simple pastel colours fabrics with fun Printed playfully keeping warm and cool throughout the seasons then apply wearing the Sheer Fabric Shirt  竖领对襟纱in which it has a Standing Collar with opening shirt with Sheerness Standing collar . 披風 Pi Feng The sheerness is general worn at private areas at Home in which the sheerness is informal wear..  however There’s a more heavier moderate for formal wear for urban wear.

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing – Han Traditional Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

Images visuals are from Weibo and their respectives of 零青子.

零青子 Hanfu – Han Dynasty Clothing blogger –Vlogger based in historical modern richness of two thousand and four hundred year old ultra megapolis ancient – postmodern Chengdu city Sichuan province of China – People’s Republic of China. She is one of many leading fashion blogger-Vlogger  fashionably trending setting vlogs of how to wear of her collection of sort after Chinese –Han Dynasty Clothing of Hanfu- Han ethnic Traditional clothing in which dressing traditional from various dynasties to its postmodern twentieth first century trending setting ….

Horse-face skirt, also known as “horse-face pleated skirt” is a Swirl Skirt variant, is one of the main skirt styles of ancient Chinese Han women. There are four skirt doors inside and outside, overlapping in two. The outer skirt door is decorated, and the inner skirt door is decorated with little or no decoration. For decoration, the side of the horse-faced skirt is tucked up, and the waist of the skirt is mostly white cloth, which means white head and old age, and it is fixed with rope or button.

The horse-main skirt is the most typical style of Han women’s dress during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Its style has undergone a series of changes from the freshness and elegance of the Ming Dynasty to the magnificence and wealth of the Qing Dynasty to the beauty and simplicity of the Republic of China, but its “horse-faced” structure has always been deeply ingrained….,

How to wear a Song Dynasty- Ming Dynasty urban wear every day wear clothing on for a every day wear for a summery autumn wear with bold pastel orange- teal white cool colours with soft silk Swirl Skirt in very simple pastel colours fabrics with fun Printed playfully keeping warm and cool throughout the seasons in which helps to match a contempary style within your wardrobe with a Ming Dynasty Ming Dynasty blouse on with a Panda Bear purse. ..   

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

Images visuals are from Weibo and their respectives of 零青子.

Today this morning at six in the early hours of wintery morning Hong Kong SAR-Beijing time it’s is the first morning of 2022 January 1st sunrise sunlight warmth radiantly  glittering the Imperial Palaces of the primary Beijing Central Axis complex of which is the now Ming – Qing Dynasty  602 Forbidden City years old Beijing – China – People’s Republic of China ..

During the sunrise it was the First China’s – China- People’s Republic of China Flag Raising ceremony of 2022 in Tian’anmen Square.. The Chinese national flag will be raised at Beijing’s Tian’anmen Square on the first day of 2022. The ceremony takes about two minutes but people often arrive the night before to get a good spot.

……the second decade from the turn of the century in Beijing the Capital of China also the People’s Republic of China, marking its six hundred and two years anniversary of the Forbidden city that marks the transitional point of in between the middle of the Ming Dynasty (1368- 1644) transitionally from Nanjing to Beijing towards the Qing Dynasty (1636-1644-1911) …. The Imperial Palace seen so many countless seasonally transitional equinoxes but further its six hundred years is iconic, but it’s five hundred ninety nine years it marks it Autumn Equinox…. In which it only took twelve years to build the same of the Daming Palace of The Tang Dynasty Xian Imperial Capital only it was least twenty times larger……  

Imagines credits are of the Forbidden City –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China also from the Series Weibo北京卫视上新了故宫 Treasures in the Forbidden City…

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