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Han Dynasty Costume Revives in Luoyang

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CHINA—Han Dynasty clothing fans from a dozen Chinese cities including Shanghai, Changzhou, Shijiazhuang, Xi'an, Sanmenxia, Pingdingshan, Zhouzhou, and Kaifen brought their best costumes to Luoyang City on May 2, 2007.

They followed ancient Zhou dynasty rites, visited tourist attractions and heritage sites such as the "Zhou Gong Ying Luo" sculpture at Dongzhou Culture Square, Zhou Gong Temple, Confucius Learning Rites, Lijing Gate, Sui and Tang Dynasty Street and Luopu Park.

The event was intended to display the beauty of traditional Chinese clothing, appealing to people to learn and preserve traditional Chinese culture.

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