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The hanfu, also called hanhok (from minnan) or honfuk (from Cantonese), is the traditional garment worn by the Hans before the Qing dynasty.
The main characteristics of the Hanfu are the crossed collar and the fabric flap on the right side. It often has a belt at the waist.
Hanfu has greatly influenced the clothing structures of neighboring countries: the "Kimono" in Japan and "Hanbok" in Korea.
Source: Wikipedia & Chinese Clothes
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