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Remark: Here is something you're looking for! This glorious dress is made of pure soft silk and covered with peony and other auspicious floral patterns. Featuring Mandarin collar with floral frogs, it is delicately patched with white silk fabric at front that makes the dress more decent and eye-catching.
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Details: Charm of Oriental Clothing. Tea was used as offerings in the West Zhou, vegetables in the Spring and Autumn period, and medicine in the Warring period. Later in the West Han dynasty, it became a major commodity. During the 300 years between the Three Kingdoms period and the Northern and Southern Dynasties, especially in the latter era, Buddhism was extremely popular. The Buddhists applied tea to relieve sleep in Za-zen, so tea trees spread along valleys and around Buddhist temples. That is why people say tea and Buddhism accompanied each other during their development in China. The name "cheongsam," meaning simply "long dress," entered the English vocabulary from the dialect of China's Guangdong Province (Cantonese). In other parts of the country including Beijing, however, it is known as "qipao", which has a history behind it.
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