From August 15 to August 17, a wonderful Chinese Hanfu festival was held in Xiuwu (修武), a thousand-year-old ancient county. Thousands of years of history of the cultural rhyme in the ancient county, carrying a thousand years of Chinese heritage of Chinese Hanfu clothing, thousand years of the ancient county met the thousand years of Hanfu, the crowd to appreciate a cultural feast on the beauty.
The activity began, the ancient town is bustling with excitement, such pomp and circumstance make people excited.
Entering the town from the north gate, the empty square is already crowded with people, excited and curious voices can be heard from time to time, many of them were dressed in elaborate Hanfu, the blend of modern and ancient charm, condensed into a unique scenery.
At the opening ceremony, the audience was enthusiastic, under gorgeous lights, dancers dancing, so that the audience in the dance to feel the millennium of the ancient charm of Xiuwu, all let us feel a feast for the eyes and ears, but also feel the elegant beauty of the Chinese costume, the beauty of tolerance, all show the charm of China.
Afterward, the Ancient Style Parade began, with models strolling through the ancient town, allowing visitors to show the beauty of Chinese costumes.
The bazaar in the ancient town is rich in types of shopping, food, and entertainment, and these interesting interactive games such as ancient accessories DIY, spice making, and Touhu game (投壶) also make visitors linger.
More than twenty non-heritage projects also came to the ancient town, bringing a unique atmosphere of artisanship to the town, with shadow puppetry, paper cutting, and other non-heritage projects all giving us a sense of craftsmanship.
The Hanfu Festival attracted dozens of Hanfu clubs. Members of the societies also gave great support to the event, with a parade of Hanfu, flash dancing, martial arts, folk music, and other surprises for the audience.
In the center of the town was an art installation surrounded by reeds, avant-garde in design, and containing traditional cultural ideas. At night, dancers from the Beijing Dance Academy, the Beijing Film Academy and the Central Academy of Operatic Arts would dance here, and under the beautiful lighting, the dancers, dressed in their Hanfu, were dancing like fairies. When there was no program, many tourists would take pictures at the site.