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114 views • December 20, 2018

How Accurate is Fan Bingbing’s Costume Compared to Real History?

Five Thousand Years
Chinese costume drama 'The Empress of China' was a huge commercial success. Fan Bingbing portrayed Wu Zetian, the only female emperor in Chinese history. This drama used extravagant and revealing costumes to attract viewers, but they are far from historically accurate. Let me show you some real examples from the Tang Dynasty to compare with Fan Bingbing's costumes. Hanfu, meaning Han Chinese Clothing, or as I'd like to call it Han Couture, is what ancient Chinese people wore for thousands of years. Traditional Chinese Clothes changed from dynasty to dynasty and there exists hundreds of variations. ------------------------------------------ Facebook: Five Thousand Years Instagram: Five_Thousand_Years 中文Youtube頻道:https://goo.gl/MPJijL ------------------------------------------ Cinematographer: Jimmy Xie https://www.jimmycxie.com
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