classics, is of extraordinary literary value and cultural significance. A rerun of the TV series on the Thailand national TV statio

n, aside from being a tribute to the classic, can promote cultural exchanges between our two countries as well上海会所

as enhance the ties between our people, said Chang Yumeng, cultural counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Bangkok.

上海会所品茶微信Dressed in a long-sleeved chiffon top and an orange pleated skirt, bilibili vlogger Shi Shanyi flourished

her round fan as she faced the camera and told viewers about the beautiful hanfu, the traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group.上海会所

Unlike other people who wear traditional ethnic clothing on special occasions, however, Shi encourages viewers to don hanfu on a daily basis.

In some videos on her bilibili account-called maobuxiaojiejie (or Miss Catwalk in Englis上海会所

h)-Shi asks viewers to boldly wear hanfu if they really like the traditional outfit.

To demonstrate that hanfu can be worn on most occasions with modern sensibility, Shi and

上海会所品茶微信her friends were filmed walking through a garden, a subway station and a shopping mall in their hanfu.

Shi, along with many other young Chinese people at home and abroad, is part of the hanfumovement, in which followe

rs seek to revitalize traditional Chinese clothing, particularly that worn by the Han ethnic group.上海会所

The movement is believed to have started about 16 years ago w

hen Wang Letian, a native of Zhengzhou, Henan province, wore hanfu in public.

上海会所品茶微信Since then, the number of people adopting the ancient style of dress in modern times has grown significantly.

Though there are no official numbers showing the recent surge, one can see people wear

ing hanfu on the street in everyday life. Clubs dedicated to hanfu appreciation are being set up at man上海会所品茶微信

y universities across China, providing plenty of evidence of its popularity among young people.

So serious is this style of dress to some that they have started run

ning businesses centered on promoting hanfu and Chinese culture appreciation.

Among them is 25-year-old Sichuan province native Zhuo Tongzhou.

After graduating with a master’s degree in management from Austr

alia’s University of Sydney, Zhou, along with her boyfriend, set up a business in Sydn

ey dedicated to promoting Chinese culture-turning down a job offer from Price Waterhouse Coopers.

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