In chinesische Mythologie gibt es der Gott der Liebe und heirat mit den Namen Yue Lao und mit den Roten Faden des Schicksals .

Und andere sino/"chinesische" Länder die von alten China und seiner Kultur/tradition großartig beeinflusst wurden haben das auch "adoptiert" mit yue lao.

Hier sind noch paar Informationen :

Der Rote Faden des Schicksals, auch als Roter Faden der Ehe bezeichnet, und andere Varianten, ist ein ostasiatischer Glaube, der aus der chinesischen Mythologie stammt. Es wird allgemein als eine unsichtbare rote Schnur um den Finger derer angesehen, die dazu bestimmt sind, sich in einer bestimmten Situation zu treffen, da sie "ihre wahre Liebe" sind. Der chinesischen Legende nach soll Yuè Xià Lǎorén (月下老人), oft abgekürzt mit Yuè Lǎo (月老), dem alten lunaren Heiratsgott, der für Ehen zuständig ist, die für den „roten Faden“ verantwortliche Gottheit sein . Im ursprünglichen chinesischen Mythos ist es um die Knöchel beider Parteien gebunden, während es in der japanischen Kultur vom Daumen eines Mannes an den kleinen Finger einer Frau gebunden ist, und in der koreanischen Kultur wird angenommen, dass der rote Faden um den kleinen Finger von . gebunden ist beide Parteien. Obwohl es in der Neuzeit in allen drei Kulturen üblich ist, den Faden um die Finger, oft den kleinen Finger, darzustellen. Die Farbe Rot in der chinesischen Kultur symbolisiert Glück und wird auch bei chinesischen Hochzeiten hervorgehoben, beispielsweise wenn Braut und Bräutigam während der gesamten Prozession oder irgendwann während der Hochzeitsrituale Rot tragen.

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Kulturel gesehen ja .moderne gibt's/sind Unterschiede .

Gibt's schon ein Grund warum Japan,Korea,Vietnam sinopshere Länder sind .

Sino=chinese :)

Wegen das da :

Japans and korean culture(example:hanbok,kimono) have theyr origin/roots in the han chinese culture (example:hanfu) they are quasi chinese (sinosphere) but different in their way (changed)

china has influenced japan and korea in the old days (tang = japan, ming = korea) therefore the japanese and korean culture has a lot in common with china (of course there are differences or was only inspired by the chinese) where these three cultures / great countries there is a connection like china = mother japan = son korea = 2 son. of course there are Rare incidents where japan and korea once gave china things like for example new Kanji/hanzi characktere and that Korean dress was in the Mongol-"Han Chinese" yuan dynasty a popular in the palace which was influenced from songhanfu

here is information on the influence of china on korea and japan

(for example here mingfu = hanbok, tang / hanfu = kimono)

:) 

vietnam was a colony of china and also used chinese characters. Before aodai they had traditional clothes which looked like mingfu and won against yuan dynasty and vietnam has influenced a lot from china like moon cake tradition houses clothes .... And have won against china once. even france, america couldn't win against vietnam and vietnam is the oldest of the three countries vietnam korea japan

Influence of japan :https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_influence_on_Japanese_culture

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOn0XSXKVgg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOn0XSXKVgg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mricKEgqNa0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mricKEgqNa0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYEnH7aaE7I

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYEnH7aaE7I

Influence of korea :

coat skirt refers to the underskirt with the top outside the skirt. It was seen in China during the Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties at the latest and spread to Goguryeo and Japan's Asuka era. In the Sui Dynasty in China, during the Nara period in Japan, and after the unification of Silla in Korea, many women seldom appeared in the Song Dynasty. Many women wore short skirts directly outside the tube chest. The weather in the south was relatively hot and humid. The way to wear is actually a dress. The weather in the north is colder, so Han women put their collars and skirts outside their skirts. This way of dressing has been through the Yuan Dynasty and influenced Korean women's clothing. In the Ming Dynasty, it became the basic style of women's clothing. The vassal state Korea also developed its own national characteristics based on the jacket skirts of the Ming Dynasty, and evolved into the Korean-style jacket skirt (tot 11721) common in modern Hanbok. Jacket skirts also spread to the Ryukyu Kingdom, another vassal country, and are a kind of clothing for local women.

https://www.quora.com/Which-comes-first-Hanbok-of-Joseon-or-Aoqun-of-Ming

https://kknews.cc/culture/kmebvr.html?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=3568d31171f5229e85f3d7da7f42ca33036d09ee-1574886643-0-ARB8haT7l3vZu1LpTzEWdk8s9hd8jhYo6ZZByDIh7GpOaAxE_YW-u15Jj4psFQ6uJjJH7skGq3705-Dge9DOsllpI11Wg5ooTE_mEFYVhLrLf45dKZ1pWQOKe14EMkiK-1NY3fwGevWTZkX8El3kmd6FkBeMgnNE6Rj9vDHkWtmNte0UmXkba-3u327GLl5nexJUnh6WTyPVqEZxG-eN5kH6H580AK7XJHuqwJ4aao4tdbIQz8bR-3Dpzixst_B7ATSjtosyQvSpXmhSINxNbuU

https://historum.com/threads/the-origin-of-the-korean-traditional-dress.62262/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r3zWOybXac

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r3zWOybXac

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_influence_on_Korean_culture

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30zM--IQ608

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30zM--IQ608

Here is a link from a Channel which Explained you the history of Ming hanfu and hanbok really good 👌👌

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAD5Wm5zJ6GbyXPdcnxt_AA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wd6Z2ZOzbOY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wd6Z2ZOzbOY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnxlWmKurtU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnxlWmKurtU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2sDfkpHMiA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2sDfkpHMiA

This link shows you the Ming hanfu in the qing dynasty Where they forced to adopt Manchu influence (the QING era was a Manchu "foreigner" dynasty in china and the last dynasty of china and end of imperial china and beginn of modern time china )

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FMmr8fRVcA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FMmr8fRVcA

(This link shows that the old korean flag has chinese characters which means that korea is a colune of china was)

https://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/20130722/21/yamatogusa/30/72/j/o0200018112619130681.jpg?caw=800

Information about japan

(i only had one link about japan thats why)

Japanese Emperor wearing Chinese clothes in the cottage----kimono (Wu suit)

Japanese text---Chinese characters.

It was said by Japan that the three major national skills are sumo----in the Qin and Han dynasties in China, there was a call for the Tang Dynasty and the Tang Dynasty was introduced to Japan.

The Japanese Book of the Japanese, edited at the beginning of the eighth century in Japan, has been recorded.

Japanese tea ceremony - Japan did not have tea at all. Shanzhai Tang Dynasty decoction method.

According to the "Nichiji Shintokiji" recorded in 805 AD, the most from Japan, returning to Japan, returned to the tea seed, planted next to the Riji Shrine.

The administration of Japan--"the Governor" is the name of the Han people of the Song Dynasty. The xx road is the geographical division of the Tang Dynasty, and the xx county is the division of the Qin and Han regions.

Japan called the man "Jun" and the woman called "Ji"---the name of the cottage in the Spring and Autumn Period of the Warring States Period.

Japanese National Bird---Zhu Xi (China)

Japanese National Flower---Sakura (China)

Japan's "and paper" --- paper. Needless to say

Japanese kimono---Chinese Wu suit.

Japanese architecture and wooden houses - the mountains of Chinese architecture

Someone introduced the relationship between Chinese Hanfu and Japanese kimono, so I just want to make some additions.

Here are some cultural relics of ancient Chinese Hanfus , and some modern Japanese kimonos, You could compare their similarities.

Before the Qing/Ching Dynasty, Han Chinese culture was continuously exported to Japan.

Japan has too many things to imitate or be influenced by Ancient Han Chinese.

For example,

Clothes & Accessories, Textile, Embroidery,traditional patterns, hairstyle, written words, literature, calligraphy, painting, Architecture, garden art, tea culture , Flower Arrangement, cense art, Bonsai, porcelain, lacquer Ware, traditional festival, traditional custom, Myth, The game of go , music, musical Instruments, Zen, Religion, Philosophy, the helmet and armor, Samurai sword, Round Umbrellas, chopsticks, soy sauce, many food such as Ramen, Tofu, Wagashi, Matcha …and so on.

1.

According to historical records, Han Chinese culture had an impact on Japanese culture, including clothing, at the latest in the Yayoi Period.

However, because there were few Japanese cultural relics in this period and there were few exact clothing relics, the clothing styles at this time were only speculated based on historical records.

But these historical records are either from Chinese historical books or the earliest Japanese historical book "Ancient Stories" written in the 8th century. So it can only serve as a reference.

2.

In the (538–710AD), Japan began to appear formal history books, clothing style began to be textual research, but because there are no pictures, there are still places can not be textual research.

3.

In (710-784AD), Japan introduced Chinese culture vigorously. The Japanese clothes of this period almost completely imitated the Chinese Hanfus of that time.

Here is the restoration of Japanese Nara Period clothes, it was imitation of the Tang Dynasty clothing.

And here is the restoration of Chinese Hanfu in the Tang Dynasty .

You could compare them. They basically make no difference.

About the Jūnihitoe (十二単)

The jūnihitoe (十二単) is a set of formal and highly complex kimono garments worn only by court-ladies in Japan. It was also derived from the Chinese hanfu of the Tang Dynasty.

The term jūnihitoe is the common name rather than the formal name for the set of clothing and accouterments that are worn together.

The formal name for the jūnihitoe is itsutsuginu-karaginu-mo (五衣唐衣裳). The karaginu-mo is “唐衣裳”. “唐” it means the Tang (唐) Dynasty, “衣裳” is the name of a type of the Han Chinese clothing.

Here is the painting in the late Tang Dynasty (836~907A.D.), from the British Museum.

This type of Hanfu is called “裙襦大袖”. “裙襦” is also called “襦裙”, it is a form of “衣裳” (衣裳制).

From the naming of clothes, we can see intuitively the connection between the Japanese Jūnihitoe and this type of Chinese Hanfu.

And we could compare it with the Japanese Empress wearing a jūnihitoe (left).

The Japanese Jūnihitoe (十二単) looks like very similar to this type of Chinese Hanfu in the Tang Dynasty .

4.

In the early years of the Heian period, Japanese officials were still keen on Han Chinese culture. In the late Heian period, Japanese officials interrupted their exchanges with Chinese officials.

However, due to the development of maritime transportation, Japanese folk introduced Chinese culture in large quantities.

Many Japanese cultures imitate or are influenced by the Chinese culture of the Song and Ming Dynasties. For example, bonsai was introduced from China to Japan in the 14th century.

Many of Japan's traditional fabrics, patterns and designs imitate China in this period.

Finally,

Here are the comparison between Chinese Hanfus and Japanese Kimonos.

And the last link about hanfu the father of hanbok and kimono

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r3zWOybXac

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r3zWOybXac

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bn1RSqYyPQM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bn1RSqYyPQM

Wang Geon(2/32)(877-943), the first King of the Goryeo Dynasty and the founder of Goryeo Yang(22 1 8) said in the "Ten Instructions" (A1/ +*). -FERSIWA, 文物禮樂,悉尊其制契丹是禽獸之國,風俗不同,言語亦異, 衣冠制度,慎勿效焉。

Translation: -All the systems of antiques/articles, rituals, instruments of our country are following the Tang dynasty (of course the costume system is included in)..Khitan is a country of animals, we are different from them in custom and language, and we should not learn the costume system from Khitan. 훈요십조/要十條

上日:"《事林廣記》有朝鮮婚姻男往女家之事,為戲笑之門。我國 衣冠文物,一遵華制,獨婚禮尚循舊習,甚為未便,宜參酌古今定制。 * From [ E (Z1 NE)(Veritable Records of the Joseon Dynasty, a book of Korean history book written in Chinese language by Korean government)

Translation: The King of Korea says, "The book ( C ) ( 2271) regards Korean wedding as jokes. Now the clothes of our country all abide by Chinese standard but only wedding clothes still preserve Korean old custom. So now we have to set standard of wedding according to the standard of past and present."

東國自三韓儀章服飾循習土風,至新羅太宗王請襲唐儀,是後冠服之 #Ja . From "12/101"/ (RED ) by Jeong Yin Ji(Q1A/BBEST ELE) (1396-1478), the official writer for recording history of the Goryeo Dynasty.

Translation: We eastern country(Goryeo)'s costume system followed indigenous original style from the Three Han period, till the King Tae jong of Silla decided to follow the costume system of Tang dynasty, our costume system resembles Chinese.

事元以來,開剃辦髮、襲胡服,殆將百年。及大明太祖高皇帝賜高麗恭愍王冕服 ,王妃、群臣亦皆有賜,自是衣冠文物煥然復新,彬杉彬乎古矣。From "ユ叫人。 01211"/ (BRE DETE) by Jeong Yin Ji(917/2BÉRLE) (1396-1478), the o fficial writer for recording history of the Goryeo Dynasty.

Translation: When Goryeo was under the ruling of Mongolia/ Yuan, we changed our hairstyle and wore savage's clothes and lasted for about one hundred years. Till the emperor of Ming granted the clothes to our Goryeo King, the concubine and officials as well, so our clothes and antiques renewed and we are doing what our ancestors do again (following the Chinese style again)

禮服樂器,示華制於方來, By Li Saek (01/30)(1320 1396) a well-known civil servant of ancient Korea. Translation: Our ritual, costume and instrument systems are as the same standard as China...

蓋我朝鮮地雖海外,衣冠文物悉同中國。By Choe Bu

( 9)(1454-1504), a Korean official during the Joseon Dynasty.

Translation: Although our Korea is outside of China, but our costumes and etiquette are same as China.

明皇若問三韓事,衣冠文物上國同。 By Seo geo jeong

(44743/ABTE)(1420-1492), a poet. Translation: If emperor of Ming asked about Three Han (et), answer to him that our costume and etiquette are the same as our suzerain(상국,종주국).

中國之番邦,故歷代親信於中國,受封爵,朝貢不絕,禮儀之道 不缺,衣冠制度,悉同於中國各代之制,故日:"詩書禮儀之邦, 10# t". By Seo geo jeong(17748/1AELE)(1420-1492). a poet.

Translation: (Korea/Joseon) is a vassal of China, so we are in good relationship with China from generation to generation, our kings are appointed by Chinese emperors, and we pay the continuous tribute to China. Korea is a country of ceremonies and our costume systems has been as the same as each dynasty of China, so it says: Korea is a country of poetry,

literature, benevolence and justice.

Concerning Vietnam, the Bai Yue 白粤 (Bách Việt) period correspond for most part to a legendary period.

What is certain is the annexion of the kingdom of 瓯雒 (Ou1 Luo4 / Âu Lạc nowadays Northern Vietnam) by 赵佗 Zhao4 Tuo2 founder of Nan2 Yue4 (南越) in 207 BC. This kingdom was conquered by Han Wudi in 111 BC.

The Min1 Yue4 and Dong1 Yue4 were also conquered within a few years later .

So under Han Wudi, all the regions corresponding to the Bai Yue have been annexed. I don't know why the National Geographic magazine map is unclear about these facts.

According to the Vietnamese traditions, the Vietnamese people was among the tribes which formed the hundred Yue, the name 瓯雒 Ou1 Luo4 was itself formed by Ou1 Yue - Luo4 Yue.

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nie

Ich habe vor "paar Monaten" Beschlussen nur Wasser oder Tee oder selbstgemachten Obstwasser zu trinken und Softdrinks wie cola aus mein Leben sogesagt so verbannen. Natürlich gibt es Ausnahmen wo ich Mal ein Smoothie trinke oder ein alkoholfreien Cocktail , höchstens eine Zero Cola wenn es unbedingt sein muss obwohl die Ersatz Stoffe in der Zero Cola auch nicht das geilste ist und deshalb ich auch auf Zero Softdrinks verzichte .

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Ich mag nur die Chinesische Kultur

Wegen das da :

Japans and korean culture(example:hanbok,kimono) have theyr origin/roots in the han chinese culture (example:hanfu) they are quasi chinese (sinosphere) but different in their way (changed)

china has influenced japan and korea in the old days (tang = japan, ming = korea) therefore the japanese and korean culture has a lot in common with china (of course there are differences or was only inspired by the chinese) where these three cultures / great countries there is a connection like china = mother japan = son korea = 2 son. of course there are Rare incidents where japan and korea once gave china things like for example new Kanji/hanzi characktere and that Korean dress was in the Mongol-"Han Chinese" yuan dynasty a popular in the palace which was influenced from songhanfu

here is information on the influence of china on korea and japan

(for example here mingfu = hanbok, tang / hanfu = kimono)

:) 

vietnam was a colony of china and also used chinese characters. Before aodai they had traditional clothes which looked like mingfu and won against yuan dynasty and vietnam has influenced a lot from china like moon cake tradition houses clothes .... And have won against china once. even france, america couldn't win against vietnam and vietnam is the oldest of the three countries vietnam korea japan

Influence of japan :https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_influence_on_Japanese_culture

https://youtu.be/OOn0XSXKVgg

https://youtu.be/mricKEgqNa0

https://youtu.be/hYEnH7aaE7I

Influence of korea :

coat skirt refers to the underskirt with the top outside the skirt. It was seen in China during the Wei, Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties at the latest and spread to Goguryeo and Japan's Asuka era. In the Sui Dynasty in China, during the Nara period in Japan, and after the unification of Silla in Korea, many women seldom appeared in the Song Dynasty. Many women wore short skirts directly outside the tube chest. The weather in the south was relatively hot and humid. The way to wear is actually a dress. The weather in the north is colder, so Han women put their collars and skirts outside their skirts. This way of dressing has been through the Yuan Dynasty and influenced Korean women's clothing. In the Ming Dynasty, it became the basic style of women's clothing. The vassal state Korea also developed its own national characteristics based on the jacket skirts of the Ming Dynasty, and evolved into the Korean-style jacket skirt (tot 11721) common in modern Hanbok. Jacket skirts also spread to the Ryukyu Kingdom, another vassal country, and are a kind of clothing for local women.

https://www.quora.com/Which-comes-first-Hanbok-of-Joseon-or-Aoqun-of-Ming

https://kknews.cc/culture/kmebvr.html?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=3568d31171f5229e85f3d7da7f42ca33036d09ee-1574886643-0-ARB8haT7l3vZu1LpTzEWdk8s9hd8jhYo6ZZByDIh7GpOaAxE_YW-u15Jj4psFQ6uJjJH7skGq3705-Dge9DOsllpI11Wg5ooTE_mEFYVhLrLf45dKZ1pWQOKe14EMkiK-1NY3fwGevWTZkX8El3kmd6FkBeMgnNE6Rj9vDHkWtmNte0UmXkba-3u327GLl5nexJUnh6WTyPVqEZxG-eN5kH6H580AK7XJHuqwJ4aao4tdbIQz8bR-3Dpzixst_B7ATSjtosyQvSpXmhSINxNbuU

https://historum.com/threads/the-origin-of-the-korean-traditional-dress.62262/

https://youtu.be/9r3zWOybXac

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_influence_on_Korean_culture

https://youtu.be/30zM--IQ608

Here is a link from a Channel which Explained you the history of Ming hanfu and hanbok really good 👌👌

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAD5Wm5zJ6GbyXPdcnxt_AA

https://youtu.be/Wd6Z2ZOzbOY

https://youtu.be/pnxlWmKurtU

https://youtu.be/J2sDfkpHMiA

This link shows you the Ming hanfu in the qing dynasty Where they forced to adopt Manchu influence (the QING era was a Manchu "foreigner" dynasty in china and the last dynasty of china and end of imperial china and beginn of modern time china )

https://youtu.be/_FMmr8fRVcA

(This link shows that the old korean flag has chinese characters which means that korea is a colune of china was)

https://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/20130722/21/yamatogusa/30/72/j/o0200018112619130681.jpg?caw=800

Information about japan

(i only had one link about japan thats why)

Japanese Emperor wearing Chinese clothes in the cottage----kimono (Wu suit)

Japanese text---Chinese characters.

It was said by Japan that the three major national skills are sumo----in the Qin and Han dynasties in China, there was a call for the Tang Dynasty and the Tang Dynasty was introduced to Japan.

The Japanese Book of the Japanese, edited at the beginning of the eighth century in Japan, has been recorded.

Japanese tea ceremony - Japan did not have tea at all. Shanzhai Tang Dynasty decoction method.

According to the "Nichiji Shintokiji" recorded in 805 AD, the most from Japan, returning to Japan, returned to the tea seed, planted next to the Riji Shrine.

The administration of Japan--"the Governor" is the name of the Han people of the Song Dynasty. The xx road is the geographical division of the Tang Dynasty, and the xx county is the division of the Qin and Han regions.

Japan called the man "Jun" and the woman called "Ji"---the name of the cottage in the Spring and Autumn Period of the Warring States Period.

Japanese National Bird---Zhu Xi (China)

Japanese National Flower---Sakura (China)

Japan's "and paper" --- paper. Needless to say

Japanese kimono---Chinese Wu suit.

Japanese architecture and wooden houses - the mountains of Chinese architecture

Someone introduced the relationship between Chinese Hanfu and Japanese kimono, so I just want to make some additions.

Here are some cultural relics of ancient Chinese Hanfus , and some modern Japanese kimonos, You could compare their similarities.

Before the Qing/Ching Dynasty, Han Chinese culture was continuously exported to Japan.

Japan has too many things to imitate or be influenced by Ancient Han Chinese.

For example,

Clothes & Accessories, Textile, Embroidery,traditional patterns, hairstyle, written words, literature, calligraphy, painting, Architecture, garden art, tea culture , Flower Arrangement, cense art, Bonsai, porcelain, lacquer Ware, traditional festival, traditional custom, Myth, The game of go , music, musical Instruments, Zen, Religion, Philosophy, the helmet and armor, Samurai sword, Round Umbrellas, chopsticks, soy sauce, many food such as Ramen, Tofu, Wagashi, Matcha …and so on.

1.

According to historical records, Han Chinese culture had an impact on Japanese culture, including clothing, at the latest in the Yayoi Period.

However, because there were few Japanese cultural relics in this period and there were few exact clothing relics, the clothing styles at this time were only speculated based on historical records.

But these historical records are either from Chinese historical books or the earliest Japanese historical book "Ancient Stories" written in the 8th century. So it can only serve as a reference.

2.

In the (538–710AD), Japan began to appear formal history books, clothing style began to be textual research, but because there are no pictures, there are still places can not be textual research.

3.

In (710-784AD), Japan introduced Chinese culture vigorously. The Japanese clothes of this period almost completely imitated the Chinese Hanfus of that time.

Here is the restoration of Japanese Nara Period clothes, it was imitation of the Tang Dynasty clothing.

And here is the restoration of Chinese Hanfu in the Tang Dynasty .

You could compare them. They basically make no difference.

About the Jūnihitoe (十二単)

The jūnihitoe (十二単) is a set of formal and highly complex kimono garments worn only by court-ladies in Japan. It was also derived from the Chinese hanfu of the Tang Dynasty.

The term jūnihitoe is the common name rather than the formal name for the set of clothing and accouterments that are worn together.

The formal name for the jūnihitoe is itsutsuginu-karaginu-mo (五衣唐衣裳). The karaginu-mo is “唐衣裳”. “唐” it means the Tang (唐) Dynasty, “衣裳” is the name of a type of the Han Chinese clothing.

Here is the painting in the late Tang Dynasty (836~907A.D.), from the British Museum.

This type of Hanfu is called “裙襦大袖”. “裙襦” is also called “襦裙”, it is a form of “衣裳” (衣裳制).

From the naming of clothes, we can see intuitively the connection between the Japanese Jūnihitoe and this type of Chinese Hanfu.

And we could compare it with the Japanese Empress wearing a jūnihitoe (left).

The Japanese Jūnihitoe (十二単) looks like very similar to this type of Chinese Hanfu in the Tang Dynasty .

4.

In the early years of the Heian period, Japanese officials were still keen on Han Chinese culture. In the late Heian period, Japanese officials interrupted their exchanges with Chinese officials.

However, due to the development of maritime transportation, Japanese folk introduced Chinese culture in large quantities.

Many Japanese cultures imitate or are influenced by the Chinese culture of the Song and Ming Dynasties. For example, bonsai was introduced from China to Japan in the 14th century.

Many of Japan's traditional fabrics, patterns and designs imitate China in this period.

Finally,

Here are the comparison between Chinese Hanfus and Japanese Kimonos.

And the last link about hanfu the father of hanbok and kimono

https://youtu.be/9r3zWOybXac

https://youtu.be/Bn1RSqYyPQM

Wang Geon(2/32)(877-943), the first King of the Goryeo Dynasty and the founder of Goryeo Yang(22 1 8) said in the "Ten Instructions" (A1/ +*). -FERSIWA, 文物禮樂,悉尊其制契丹是禽獸之國,風俗不同,言語亦異, 衣冠制度,慎勿效焉。

Translation: -All the systems of antiques/articles, rituals, instruments of our country are following the Tang dynasty (of course the costume system is included in)..Khitan is a country of animals, we are different from them in custom and language, and we should not learn the costume system from Khitan. 훈요십조/要十條

上日:"《事林廣記》有朝鮮婚姻男往女家之事,為戲笑之門。我國 衣冠文物,一遵華制,獨婚禮尚循舊習,甚為未便,宜參酌古今定制。 * From [ E (Z1 NE)(Veritable Records of the Joseon Dynasty, a book of Korean history book written in Chinese language by Korean government)

Translation: The King of Korea says, "The book ( C ) ( 2271) regards Korean wedding as jokes. Now the clothes of our country all abide by Chinese standard but only wedding clothes still preserve Korean old custom. So now we have to set standard of wedding according to the standard of past and present."

東國自三韓儀章服飾循習土風,至新羅太宗王請襲唐儀,是後冠服之 #Ja . From "12/101"/ (RED ) by Jeong Yin Ji(Q1A/BBEST ELE) (1396-1478), the official writer for recording history of the Goryeo Dynasty.

Translation: We eastern country(Goryeo)'s costume system followed indigenous original style from the Three Han period, till the King Tae jong of Silla decided to follow the costume system of Tang dynasty, our costume system resembles Chinese.

事元以來,開剃辦髮、襲胡服,殆將百年。及大明太祖高皇帝賜高麗恭愍王冕服 ,王妃、群臣亦皆有賜,自是衣冠文物煥然復新,彬杉彬乎古矣。From "ユ叫人。 01211"/ (BRE DETE) by Jeong Yin Ji(917/2BÉRLE) (1396-1478), the o fficial writer for recording history of the Goryeo Dynasty.

Translation: When Goryeo was under the ruling of Mongolia/ Yuan, we changed our hairstyle and wore savage's clothes and lasted for about one hundred years. Till the emperor of Ming granted the clothes to our Goryeo King, the concubine and officials as well, so our clothes and antiques renewed and we are doing what our ancestors do again (following the Chinese style again)

禮服樂器,示華制於方來, By Li Saek (01/30)(1320 1396) a well-known civil servant of ancient Korea. Translation: Our ritual, costume and instrument systems are as the same standard as China...

蓋我朝鮮地雖海外,衣冠文物悉同中國。By Choe Bu

( 9)(1454-1504), a Korean official during the Joseon Dynasty.

Translation: Although our Korea is outside of China, but our costumes and etiquette are same as China.

明皇若問三韓事,衣冠文物上國同。 By Seo geo jeong

(44743/ABTE)(1420-1492), a poet. Translation: If emperor of Ming asked about Three Han (et), answer to him that our costume and etiquette are the same as our suzerain(상국,종주국).

中國之番邦,故歷代親信於中國,受封爵,朝貢不絕,禮儀之道 不缺,衣冠制度,悉同於中國各代之制,故日:"詩書禮儀之邦, 10# t". By Seo geo jeong(17748/1AELE)(1420-1492). a poet.

Translation: (Korea/Joseon) is a vassal of China, so we are in good relationship with China from generation to generation, our kings are appointed by Chinese emperors, and we pay the continuous tribute to China. Korea is a country of ceremonies and our costume systems has been as the same as each dynasty of China, so it says: Korea is a country of poetry,

literature, benevolence and justice.

Concerning Vietnam, the Bai Yue 白粤 (Bách Việt) period correspond for most part to a legendary period.

What is certain is the annexion of the kingdom of 瓯雒 (Ou1 Luo4 / Âu Lạc nowadays Northern Vietnam) by 赵佗 Zhao4 Tuo2 founder of Nan2 Yue4 (南越) in 207 BC. This kingdom was conquered by Han Wudi in 111 BC.

The Min1 Yue4 and Dong1 Yue4 were also conquered within a few years later .

So under Han Wudi, all the regions corresponding to the Bai Yue have been annexed. I don't know why the National Geographic magazine map is unclear about these facts.

According to the Vietnamese traditions, the Vietnamese people was among the tribes which formed the hundred Yue, the name 瓯雒 Ou1 Luo4 was itself formed by Ou1 Yue - Luo4 Yue.

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Was in den Anime "die Reise nach agartha" erwähnt wurden ist ,ist die Geschichte von den beiden japanischen Schöpfungs Götter izanagi and izanami .gib einfach in Google oder YouTube "japanischen Schöpfungs Götter izanagi and izanami" ein .und agartha ist wie die Schöpfungsmythung auch ein Mythos .Buddhisten glauben an agartha also Länder wie China,Japan,Korea,Vietnam, Thailand und andere buddhistische Länder glauben technisch gesehen von agartha ein unterördisches Königreich ....

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Schon in Ordnung, weil..

Es gibt ja den hanfu movement wo Han Chinesen in aller Welt im Alltag hanfu tragen um wieder die Han culture nach der Manchu Qing dynasty wieder zu erwecken .und Han Chinesen freuen sich die Welt die Han culture (origin of sinopshere countrys like Japan Vietnam Korea) zu zeigen . beispielsweise in Australian gibt/gab es Mal eine Chinesin die andere ethnischen Leuten (b.w. Japaner,schwarze,weiše) in hanfu gekleidet hat ,oder eine chinesin die in Japan hanfu getragen hat und die Japaner von der Wurzel von Kimono gerne mehr wissen Wulten und sich interessiert haben .

Gib Mal in YouTube hanfu ein dann wärst du viele Videos über hanfu ,hanfu im Alltag in China,hanfu origin of kimono und hanbok ,und hanfu in der ganzen Welt Videos sehen und mehr

https://youtu.be/9S5aK1MXFb4

https://youtu.be/zIzD5W8RbD8

https://youtu.be/BD_hSxYE6Cg

https://youtu.be/RDCTkb-glPI

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China war wie Rome und Persia ein Weltreich .dazu ware chang'an das Zentrum der Handels wertschaft mit india und Persia ,Nachbarländer wie vietname,Japan und korea haben China als Vorbild genommen deshalb sagt Mann das die sinopshere Länder (sino=China) das gleiche sind nur mit unterschieden sind .und Länder wie Mongolei und manchuria die China erobert haben haben sich Chinas culture angepasst .

Und ....

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Für die Chinesen war der Kaiser eine Gottheit .

B.w nannten sie deren Kaiser :

huangdi=gelber kaiser/gelber Gott

Tianhuang=himmlischer Kaiser

Tianzi=Sohn des Himmels

Mit huangdi ist gemeint das der gelbe Gott vom reich im Himmel gefallen ist und geherrscht hat und mit tianhuang ist ein Kaiser gemeint wer sagen wir Mal gesegnet wurde und tianzi ist gemeint das Mann der (adoptiert) Sohn des Himmels ist und neben die anderen Götter und Buddhas gab es den tiandi was bedeutet wie der Kaiser/Gott des Himmels der hatte sein Reich im Himmel und hat in sein Palast 10.000 Räume und der Kaiser auf Erden hatte nur 9.999 räume weil die Zahl nach neun den Himmel gehört

Die ehemaligen Provinzen/sinopshere (Chinasphäre/China artige Länder) von China also Korea Vietnam und Japan war es nicht gestattet diese Gott Titel zu nutzen und haben nur Königs Titel benutzt außer wenn in die tang dynasty der Titel tianhuang beliebt wurde und der König von Japan began die title zu kopieren wie b.w tianhuang=tenno tianzi=tenshi sama aber huangdi hat er nicht benutzt .

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Eine sekte (gefährliche Gruppierung) die deine schwächen ausnutzt um deren geldgeilen Genüsse zu befriedigen und mehr :)

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China war wie Rome und Persia ein Weltreich .dazu ware chang'an das Zentrum der Handels wertschaft mit india und Persia ,Nachbarländer wie vietname,Japan und korea haben China als Vorbild genommen deshalb sagt Mann das die sinopshere Länder (sino=China) das gleiche sind nur mit unterschieden sind .und Länder wie Mongolei und manchuria die China erobert haben haben sich Chinas culture angepasst .

Und ....

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Sollte komplett verboten werden

Kopftuch (Hijab) tragen ist völlig ok finde ich jeder kann seine religion ausleben und der Islam finde ich auch interessant, das einzige was ich finde ist das der Islam wie das Christentum in Deutschland auch modernizierd werden soll und die Burka finde ich "unnötig" und kann auch paar Probleme mitbringen ^^ da finde ich das ein wunderschönes schaila auch ausreicht :)

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Das ist West Propaganda .

Das ist ein Umerziehungslager wo die moslimischen/islamischen Terroristen oder die Leute die für Hetze u.z.w umerzogen werden .in China darfst du jede religion bis auf gefährlichen Sekten haben solange du keine scheiße baust . Xinjiang war/ist das Zentrum von China wo die meisten Terror Anschläge verübt werden seitdem die chinesische Regierung sich darüber gekömmerz hat sich alles wieder zum guten entwickelt

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Ganz normal also keine piercing gefärbte Haare u.z.w und soll schon ein bischen geschminck und ein bischen elegant aber nicht übertrieben .

Mein Geschmack ist so Richtung

Das da https://youtu.be/3JWTaaS7LdU

Also ich mag so den Style von früher so

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