Hanfu

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Hanfu
Hanfu yueyao.jpg
Duwang Tsinong lalaki na nakasulot nin shenyi, saro sa mga pinakaaram na istilo kan hanfu.
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"Hanfu" sa Simplikado (itaas) asin Tradisyonal (irarom) na Tsinong mga karakter
Pinasimpling Intsik汉服
Tradisyonal na Intsik漢服
Literal na boot sabihon"Kasulotan nin Tsinong Han"

An hanfu (simplified Chinese: 汉服; traditional Chinese: 漢服; pinyin: Hànfú) iyo an tradisyonal na istilo nin pagbado na pigsusulot kan mga tawong Han sa Tsina. Igwa nin nagkapirang mga istilo nin hanfu, arug kan ruqun (sarong pang-itaas na bagay kaiba an halangkaw na pangluwas na bado), an aoqun (sarong pang-itaas na bagay kaiba an halabang pang-ibabang bado), an beizi (harus piot na hasta tuhod na jacket) asin an shenyi (sarong halabang, may pahan asin mahiwas na manggas),[1] asin an shanku (jacket asin pantalon).[2]

Tradisyonal na an hanfu iyo pigbibilog nin bado, o sarong jacket na pigsusulot bilang sarong pang-itaas na bagay kaiba an palda na harus pigsusulot bilang pang-ibabang bado. Dugang sa pagbado, an hanfu iyo pigbabali man an nagkapirang porma nin mga palamuti, arug kan mga pigsusulot sa payo, pigsusulot sa bitis, paha, mga alahas arug kan yupei (jade pendants) asin pamaypay.[1] Sa ngunyan, an hanfu iyo nakakaguno nin rekognisyon bilang an tradisyonal na pagbado kan etnikong grupo nin Han, asin naka-eksperyensya nin paggamit liwat bilang moda sa mga joven na Tsinong Han sa Tsina asin sa mga Tsino sa luwas kan Tsina.[1][3][4][5]

Pakatapos kan dinastiyang Han, an hanfu nag-uswag pasiring sa baryenteng istilo gamit an fabrika na minasakop sa bilang nin mga kompleksong teknik kan paggibo nin tela, partikular an mga nagamit sa paggibo nin seda.[6] An hanfu naimpluwensyahan an tradisyonal na pagbado nin mga kataraid kultura, kabali na an Koreanong hanbok,[7][8][9][10] an Hapones na kimono,[11][12] an Okinawanong ryūsō (ja; zh),[13][14] asin an áo giao lĩnh sa Bietnam.[15][16]

Uusipon[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Nagkapirang mga rason an nag-ambag sa moda sa suanoy na Tsina: pagtubod, relihiyon, giyera, asin an personal na kagustohan kan emperor.[17] An pagbado kan Han iyo pigbibilog nin gabos na tradisyonal na pagbadong klasipikasyon kan mga Tsinong Han na igwa nin nakarekord na uusipon sa lagpas tolong milenyo.[18][19] An lambang suminunod na dinastiya nakagibo kan saindang sadiring lain na pagbadaong kodigo, na nagpapahiling sa sosyo-kultural na kapalibotan sa gabos na panahon.[20][21] Pakatapos kan dinastiyang Qin (221-206 BC), an mga kulay na nagamit sa sumptuwaryong ley kan mga Tsinong Han nagkaigwa nin simbolikong kahulogan, base sa Taoistang Limang Elemento na Teorya sagkod an Yin asin Yang na prinsipyo; an lambang dinastiya igwa nin pigpaborang mga kulay.[22]

Kataytayan nin mga ladawan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Panluwas na takod[baguhon | baguhon an source]

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Toltolan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

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