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The first Chinese National Costume Exhibition and Sichuan-Langzhong Hanfu Festival were successfully held in the ancient city of Langzhong, leaving wonderful memories of Hanfu in this thousand-year-old city! With Hanfu as the theme and intangible cultural heritage as the core, this event contains more than 40 activities such as costume square show of each dynasty, traditional etiquette display, thematic cultural activities, intangible cultural heritage seminar, hanfu design competition launching ceremony, hanfu wedding, hanfu matchmaking conference; Hanfu Culture Week initiator and famous lyricist Fang Wenshan visited the event and gave a speech. The Sichuan-Langzhong Hanfu Festival attracted tens of thousands of hanfu culture enthusiasts and tourists from all over the country, enhancing the cultural tourism awareness of Langzhong and injecting new vitality into the cultural tourism industry of Langzhong. Langzhong Hanfu Festival is an event aimed at promoting traditional Chinese culture and passing on Hanfu culture. As an event held by the creative team of Hanfu Culture Week advocated by Fang Wenshan, it has been successfully held for several sessions and attracted a large number of participants and followers. It has led to the inheritance and development of hanfu culture. As a hanfu-themed event, Langzhong Hanfu Festival inherits and develops hanfu culture by holding exhibitions, tournaments, and performances. It not only provides a platform for the majority of enthusiasts to show their hanfu, but also promotes the inheritance and development of hanfu culture. Hanfu is an important part of Chinese traditional culture, and wearing hanfu not only can feel the charm of Chinese traditional culture, but also can enhance one's cultural self-confidence. Langzhong Hanfu Festival provides a platform to display personal charm and cultural self-confidence, which is conducive to cultivating a sense of cultural identity in the younger generation. The Langzhong Hanfu Festival is held in the ancient city of Langzhong in Nanchong, Sichuan Province, a historical and cultural city that is itself a tourist destination. Holding the Langzhong Hanfu Chronicle will help promote the tourism economy of the ancient city and attract more tourists to visit and experience it. According to the official news of Langzhong Ancient City, in September this year, Langzhong aancient city will hold the "China-Color" Hanfu Costume Launch.
Sichuan-Langzhong Hanfu Festival
- Event Time: March 18th-20th
- Venue: Langzhong Ancient City, Sichuan
Beijing - Ming Culture FestivalThe Thirteen Tombs of the Ming Dynasty and the Juyong Pass are the concentrated showcases of China's Ming Dynasty history and culture and the World Heritage Site. Beijing Changping District will hold the 3rd Ming Culture Festival during the Qingming Festival.
- Event Time: April 1 - April 5
- Venue: Juyongguan Great Wall Scenic Area
Hangzhou - Chinese Costume FestivalIn 2023, "Chinese Costume Festival" will open a new chapter, focusing on festival culture, using costumes and patterns as a basis to show the profundity of traditional Chinese culture.
- Event Time: April 22-23, 2023
- Venue: China National Silk Museum (73-1 Yuhuangshan Rd, Xihu, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China)
On the afternoon of February 17, 2023, local time in Venice, the Venice Carnival Hanfu Parade was held in St. Marks Square. This event was organized by the Foreign Affairs Office of the Suzhou Municipal People Government, the Suzhou Culture and Tourism Bureau, the Festival Department of the City of Venice, the Confucius Institute of the University of Venice, and the Venice Carnival Organizing Committee, and hosted by the Suzhou Silk Museum. In the midst of the continuing atmosphere of the Venice Carnival, the models recruited by the Confucius Institute of the University of Venice, dressed in different styles of hanfu, walked through the streets of the city and arrived at St. Mark's Square, attracting the attention of citizens and tourists alike along the way. In St. Mark's Square, the "Hanfu Parade" became the focus of the day, with tourists and Venetians from all over the world enjoying it, taking pictures, and sharing them. The elegant shape of Han Dynasty costumes, the richness and beauty of Tang Dynasty costumes, the simplicity and grace of Song Dynasty costumes, the dignity and splendor of Ming Dynasty costumes, from the Silk Road to the aesthetics of Su-style life, Suzhou and Venice met once again through the culture of costumes, continuing the story of the long cultural exchange between Italy and China. Massimiliano De Martin, vice mayor of Venice, said: thanks to Suzhou city and friends from Suzhou for bringing such a wonderful costume show. These costumes are brilliantly colored and well-made, bringing not only a visual pleasure to the audience, but also elegance to the people wearing them. Massimo Andreoli, representative of the carnival organizing committee, expressed his thoughts: Venice and Suzhou are inextricably linked, and because of Marco Polo, we Venetians will often talk about Suzhou. It is a great honor for the carnival to host a hanfu show from Suzhou. Venice is the first international friendship city of Suzhou, and the two cities have achieved fruitful results in the fields of economy, trade, humanities, education, sports, health care, and so on. This hanfu parade is another important cultural exchange activity in the framework of the friendship city between Suzhou and Venice, and another innovative plan to bring the culture of Jiangnan to the world.
On the evening of November 27, the Hollywood Christmas Parade was held on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles as scheduled. A total of 5,000 performers participated in the Parade. The Chinese community in Southern California was also invited by the organizers, led by the Southern California Federation of Chinese Associations organization, to send a mega lineup of 160 participants, including dragon and lion dancers, waist drums, martial arts, and cheongsam. Among them, the notable one was the hanfu square formed by 25 Southern California hanfu enthusiasts. The Sino Us Performing Arts Organization selected 25 performers from numerous applicants, covering the age range of 9 to over 50 years old, hoping to introduce Chinese hanfu costumes and traditional Chinese culture to audiences through the parade. The members of the hanfu parade were dressed in typical hanfu costumes of the Tang, Song and Ming dynasties, and they wore fine hair ornaments and head crowns, elegant and gorgeous makeup, full of classical beauty and charm. The martial artist's majesty, the lady's elegance and charm, and the child's innocence and cuteness are displayed in their fullest extent. History and reality seem to melt into one in a flash. Original link
The 10th Chinese National Costume Exhibition and Xitang Hanfu Culture Week will be held in Xitang on November 12, 2022. Lets take a look at the events that you absolutely can't miss this year.
Dynasty CarnivalZhou, Han, Jin, Tang, Song, Ming and other dynasties arrays come in order, like a scroll, depicting the appearance of history in detail. After the first ceremony, all the arrays in turn, with the rhythm, slowly march forward, armor arrays, parent-child arrays, etc. Each theme arrays have their own style.
Rites and Music Exhibition & Hanfu wedding ceremonyThe Rites and Music Exhibition will hold traditional ceremonies such as the Rites of Worship, Rites of Archery, etc., showcasing the important components of China's excellent traditional culture and allowing participants to experience the charm of traditional rites culture in all aspects. During the cultural week, the traditional Chinese Hanfu wedding ceremony will be recreated on the riverbank of the ancient town, providing couples with a traditional wedding full of love in Xitang.
Xitang Hanfu EventsThis year's Xitang culture week will launch a number of events: Hanfu Voice, Dubbing Night, Script Entertainment Competition, Hanfu Rite Ambassador Selection, Oriental Aesthetics Makeup Art Friendship Tournament, Traditional Bow Archery Invitational Tournament, 2022 Children's Star Hanfu Annual Festival, etc.
Xitang Traditional Craft BazaarDuring the culture week, many "traditional Chinese craft stalls" will gather in the Xitang scenic area to form a bazaar, offering a wide range of goods to visitors. Here, you can see the elegant and gorgeous hanfu, as well as intangible cultural heritage works such as velvet flowers and filigree inlay art, and various traditional culture-related creations and peripherals.
Armor Culture ExchangeAs a protective gear on the battlefield, the aesthetics of armor is always in harmony with strength. Xitang Culture Week invites masters of crafts arts and famous armor makers to participate in the exhibition of ancient armors for the public, sharing and exchanging the knowledge of traditional Chinese Jiazhou culture. More exciting activities are waiting for you at the 10th Xitang Hanfu Culture Week.
Ancient China is called “Huaxia”, with “Hua” referring to the elegance of costume and “Xia” the greatness of etiquette. Following the development through the Zhou, Han, Tang and Song dynasties, the costume in the Ming dynasty had distinct Chinese cultural characteristics and was the epitome of Chinese apparel, which had a wide and profound impact on the costume and aesthetics of later dynasties and neighboring countries. The Ming Dynasty had fully restored the costume tradition, which had been inherited for thousands of years. Being magnificent and elegant, the Ming costume is the epitome of Chinese costume culture. Ceremonial court dress was usually worn by civil and military officials at formal and grand occasions such as court meetings. It consisted of court hat, red silk robe, white silk gauze shirt, knee-covering，silk belt, leather belt, etc. Normal court dress, well-known to all, was a symbol of the Ming Dynasty costume, for example, the red silk gauze round-collar robe with subtle pattern and square patches embroidered with cloud and crane design, black silk gauze hat and so on. Festive dress was worn by officials on various festive occasions and in some ceremonial activities. The yellowish-brown linen pleated robe with Feiyu design, woman’s red silk gauze brocade robe woven with a design of Kylin and four other animals were festive dress. Casual dress was clothing worn in daily life, with diverse styles and made by various materials. In the Ming Dynasty, women often wore skirts sewn with several pieces. In order to adapt to the waist circumference, the left and right sides of the skirt were pleated, and the front and back sides were treated flat and smooth. This kind of skirt was commonly known as "Mamian Qun" in Chinese. The style of “Mamian” skirt was simple with loose pleats on the left and right sides, and decorative patterns along the knee and the edge of the skirt. The green silk gauze skirt with brocade python design, the white silk gauze skirt with subtle patterns and embroidered with flower and bird designs, and the blue satin skirt woven with golden brocade designs of intertwined flowers were examples of the “Mamian” skirt. According to incomplete statistics, there are only over 100 pieces of handed-down Ming Dynasty clothing left in the world today. In terms of complete system, bright colors, rich styles, good condition and exquisite patterns, the Ming Dynasty clothes collected by Shandong Museum and Confucius Museum are second to none in museum circle at home and abroad. From the collection, we can find the charm of traditional Chinese costume, including etiquette culture, weaving and embroidery skills, dyeing and clothing diversification. The Ming Dynasty costume collection, embodying thousands of years continuous Chinese civilization, convey the cultural connotation of dress etiquette, respecting Confucius and Confucianism and highlighting rites. Its diverse styles, exquisite patterns and elaborate workmanship represent the infinite wisdom of the Chinese people, the profound Chinese traditional culture, and the grace and style of the Chinese nation.Original link
The "The Longest Day in Chang'an" theme block in Xi'an is now open! Xi'an's first immersive Tang-style city life district has been unveiled! Six immersive experiences and cultural consumption scenes will awaken your memories of Chang'an.
Reproduction of scenes from the drama "The Longest Day in Chang'an"The art team of "The Longest Day in Chang'an" has once again brought their talent by injecting scenes from the drama and Tang Dynasty marketplace culture into the 24,000 square meter commercial space. This is not only a full scene restoration of the drama, but also an industry model for transforming the drama into a cultural tourism project. The "The Longest Day in Chang'an" block combines the plot, characters, props, and story features of the original drama to create a space for experiencing the original Tang market life and a Tang-style themed recreational space for both the elegant and the vulgar to trace the Tang market style and let you experience the daily life of the Tang dynasty. In the theme block, the classic scenes and props from the drama are presented one by one; Zhang Xiaojing, Li Bi, Tan Qi, Xu Hezi, you can also choose a character and leave your own memories of Chang'an with your camera here.
Wonderful audio-visual experienceIn the most eye-catching "Flower Dance of Tang" stage, the scene of Xu Hezi's float parade in the drama is restored. With live interactive performance as the core, various Tang Dynasty arts are gathered here to recreate the charm of dance and music in prosperous Chang'an. Walking in the block, you are not just a tourist, but also ready to integrate into the scene performance, the "The Longest Day in Chang'an" drama in the wonderful scenes reproduced one by one, you and the actors together to create a wonderful Tang Chang'an audio-visual feast. The traditional twelve hours of the day, the festival culture of watching lanterns at the Shang Yuan Festival, the costume culture and etiquette culture of the Tang Dynasty are all fully displayed in the theme block. When you walk in the "The Longest Day in Chang'an" theme block, just like walking in the streets of Chang'an a thousand years ago, what you see, what you feel, what you eat and what you entertain are all Tang style and culture.
The new "Chinese Li Yue Conference" will be held soon! Location: Min Yue Water Town, Fuzhou, Fujian Date: November 12-14, 2021 This year, we will enjoy the charm of the ancient city of Fuzhou. Here are the "Three Lanes and Seven Alleys", which are called "half of China's modern history" and have been formed since the Jin and Tang dynasties, the lush and green scenery of Qishan and Gushan. There are also such delicacies as the Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, Fish ball, Yanpi, Lychee pork, Fuzhou Taro Paste.
The 9th annual Xitang hanfu culture week is coming up in a couple of months. Every year, it is held from the first of November for four days straight. The xitang hanfu festival is one of the biggest events of the year for hanfu enthusiasts. This festival is held in Xitang water town, Jiaxing, Zhejiang where there are ancient sights and sceneries. The town itself is like an ancient town. A remarkable feature is the long river in the middle where people ride ancient looking boats wearing hanfu. The Xitang hanfu festival is a place where all attendees can show off their beautiful hanfu. At the festival, there are many fun things to do and see. There are parades, carnival, hanfu shopping, archery exhibitions, fashion runaway, and more. There is also an event where exquisite ancient looking floats float down the river while the people inside wave. Those people also wear hanfu and have different themes. There is also a ton of shopping there. Stores sell hanfu and accessories for the event. This is also the place to make some friends with the same interests. Through this festival, you can be transported back to ancient times.
China National Silk Museum is currently the world's largest textile and costume museum with Chinese silk as its core, and has been committed to taking advantage of its professional strengths and tapping into its collection to provide a platform for the public, especially enthusiasts of traditional costume culture, to appreciate, learn and communicate. China National Silk Museum has held the Chinese Costume Festival (also known as 国丝汉服节) for three consecutive years, and in 2021, it will hold the fourth "Chinese Costume Festival: The Grace of Tang", inviting Hanfu researchers and enthusiasts are invited to participate. Hope to once again bring you a feast of traditional costume culture! ❖ Event time: April 24-25, 2021 ❖ Location: China National Silk Museum (Hangzhou, China) ❖Activities: Guided tour of costumes; Lectures on special topics; Appreciation of cultural relics; Night of Hanfu, etc. Photos from previous events: