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65% Chinese like traditional Han clothing: survey

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Around 65.4 per cent of Chinese people are fans of hanfu, the traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group, while about 44 per cent have worn such clothing in the past, according to a recent survey by China Youth Daily. Around 64.5 per cent of the 2,001 respondents believe the growing popularity of hanfu has aroused the interest of more people.

Sixty five per cent of the 2,001 respondents felt there were more people wearing hanfu at parks, scenic spots, and even in the streets, over the past two years.

According to Ren Baoju, an associate professor at an oriental morality institute in Beijing as quoted by the newspaper, hanfu inherits and demonstrates the aesthetic orientation and values of generations of Chinese ancestors.

Over 59 per cent of the respondents echoed the point, believing that the revival of hanfu's popularity helps the promotion of fine traditional culture, while only 3.4 percent consider wearing such clothes in daily life outlandish, an official news agency reported.

Moreover, more than 66 per cent of them see the popularity of hanfu as a sign of the growing openness and inclusiveness of society, and 55 per cent believe it can help form diversified aesthetic values and mindsets to further unleash social vitality.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)


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