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Tøj og udsmykning

Tøj og udsmykning

I løbet af sin lange historie har Kina produceret et spektakulært mangfoldigt og udsøgt udvalg af tøj og tilbehør, der indtager en særlig plads i den verdensomspændende modekulturs pantheon. Hvis du lærer om traditionelt kinesisk tøj, kan du fordybe dig i kinesisk kultur.

Tøj

Kinesisk hovedbeklædning består hovedsageligt af hatte eller kasketter samt øreringe og hårnåle, der normalt bæres af kvinder.

Hatte, der bæres af Han-folket, har tendens til at være enkle og praktiske, og de bæres for at beskytte bæreren mod kulde, solskin eller regn. For en række etniske minoritetsgrupper er hatten dog mere dekorativ end funktionel. For nogle etniske minoritetsgrupper er hatte endda blevet synonymt med deres kultur. I nogle dele af Kina er folk vant til at gå med tørklæder i stedet for hatte. Øreringe er også et almindeligt tilbehør for kvinder, men bæres sjældent af mænd. Øreringe, der bæres af Han-kvinder, har som regel et enkelt design, mens traditionelle øreringe, der bæres af kvinder fra etniske minoritetsgrupper, findes i alle former og farver. Yunnan har 36 etniske folk, og du kan opleve forskellige etniske traditioner, når du lærer kinesisk i Yunnan.

Hårnåle bruges hovedsageligt til at holde håret oppe. De er normalt lavet af metal, jade og så videre.

Sko

 

I Kina findes der forskellige typer sko, og de materialer, der bruges til at fremstille dem, varierer også meget, herunder læder, stof, plast, halm og hamp. De anvendte materialer har meget at gøre med etniske skikke og det lokale klima. For eksempel er læderstøvler og filtstøvler meget almindelige i de koldeste områder i det nordvestlige og nordøstlige Kina. Traditionelle håndlavede stofsko er behagelige, og nogle er smukt udformede med indviklede mønstre syet på ydersiden, og de kan betragtes som udsøgte artefakter.

Vidste du det?

Han-folkets traditionelle dragter i Kina (hovedsageligt båret af Han-folket fra oldtiden til starten af Qing-dynastiet) kaldes nu kollektivt hanfu (hvilket betyder “Han-folkets tøj”). Dets vigtigste kendetegn er den Y-formede krave, det højre revers (den venstre del af kraven krydser den højre), skærfet og så videre. Der findes forskellige traditionelle dragter i den kinesiske kultur, og du kan lære mere, hvis du deltager i dette fordybende mandarin-kursus.

Øreringe

Øreringe er et almindeligt tilbehør, og folk går med forskellige slags fra tid til anden. Men blandt nogle etniske minoritetsgrupper i Kina er der forskellige skikke med hensyn til at bære øreringe. Yao-folket vil for eksempel ikke fjerne deres øreringe, når de først har taget dem på.

Træsko

I det gamle Kina var folk vant til at gå med træsko, dvs. træsko. Det siges, at Konfucius’ træsko var så lange som en chi og fire cun (omkring en fod og fem tommer). Det er selvfølgelig målt i forhold til længdeenheden i det gamle Kina (det gamle chi er lidt kortere end det nutidige chi).

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