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.