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Difference between YiGuan(衣冠) and Fushi(服饰)

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The Fushi (clothes) in the history of the Centralland varies through the time---and is somehow influenced by nomadic tribes. But before Manchu Qing, although the FuShi varies, the Style and Trend of the Centralish clothes is all the same! the common view of Centralish clothes, or the spirit of Centralish which presented is called YiGuan.

Fushi will change all the time , but the YiGuan must revive !!!!

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cuthbert

I think "yi guan"was used in ancient times,now we only use the word “fu shi”. :lol:

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holyman

faint... yiguan stands for the whole chinese culture(or an important part of the chinese culture, the spirit of the whole chinese culture) while fushi means clothings or fashion trends only.

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cuthbert

"YI":clothing, "guan":the thing "compress" ur hair,but the "guan" doesn't exist in modern china.U can realize the "yi guan" is not used now.

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skylee

"Yiguan" is still used as in "衣冠楚楚" or "衣冠禽獸". 8)

What is "Centralish"?

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holyman
"YI":clothing, "guan":the thing "compress" ur hair,but the "guan" doesn't exist in modern china.U can realize the "yi guan" is not used now.

when u dont commonly use it doesnt mean the context changed. please understand what is the '本义' and the '延伸义' of words and terms. anyway u cant always derive the full meaning from splitting up the words. 'ren' is human and 'zhong' is middle, but 'renzhong' is not 'the human in the middle'. :D:D

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cuthbert
"Yiguan" is still used as in "衣冠楚楚" or "衣冠禽獸". 8)

What is "Centralish"?

:oops:

only in idiom.

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when u dont commonly use it doesnt mean the context changed. please understand what is the '本义' and the '延伸义' of words and terms. anyway u cant always derive the full meaning from splitting up the words. 'ren' is human and 'zhong' is middle' date= but 'renzhong' is not 'the human in the middle'. :D:D[/quote]

i am sorry,it's my mistake.

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