A new wave of Hanfu revival

A new wave of hanfu revival

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#Hanfu, a type of traditional Chinese clothes, has made a comeback in #China. Many are looking back to traditional Chinese #culture with a renewed sense of identity. Meanwhile, new millennials are bringing new vibes to this centuries-old style of clothing, making it fashionable and adapting it to contemporary daily life. What’s driving this trend?

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