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IJSSH 2020 Vol.10(4): 101-107 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2020.V10.1023

On the Dynamic Change and Gene Accumulation of Male Professional Attire of the Chinese Nation

Huang Zhigao
Abstract—The development of male professional attire of the Chinese nation traces back to the “governance of Huangdi, Yao and Shun by drooping their Yi Chang (The clothes with the top and the bottom)”. The foundation formed in the Zhou Dynasty (1046-256 BCE), enriched in the Han (202-208 BCE, 25-220 CE) and Tang (618-907 CE) Dynasties, matured in the Song Dynasty (960-1279 CE) by realizing “hundreds of kinds of clothes for hundreds of types of workers”, and declined in the subsequent “spreading of western culture to the east”. Through integration with the multi-ethnic culture, the color, texture, shape, and other genes of male professional attire of the Chinese nation have become more clarified, fixed and accumulated as the classic visual symbol and cultural element.

Index Terms—Male professional attire of the Chinese nation, five-millennium history, ecological change, gene structure, clothes with the top and the bottom, hundreds of kinds of clothes for hundreds of types of workers.

Huang Zhigao is with the School of Fashion, Henan University of Engineering, China (e-mail: huang9497@126.com).

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Cite: Huang Zhigao, "On the Dynamic Change and Gene Accumulation of Male Professional Attire of the Chinese Nation," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 101-107, 2020.

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