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2011 April 5th, coinciding with Qingming Festival, a Hanfu enthusiast group arrived at Nanjing Yuhua Martyrs’ Cemetery and put on a performance of “ancient people” paying their respect to revolutionary martyrs.
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2009 August 8th, at Shandong Qufu City Confucius Temple, university students participating in a coming-of-age ceremony wearing Hanfu and traditional cap posing for pictures.
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2011 June 19th. In Jinan City of Shandong province, 30 or so high school graduates followed the ancient “coming of age” rituals. One girl wore traditional Hanfu while wearing cartoon sneakers.
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2011 April 19th, calligraphers from China and abroad gathered at “the mecca of calligraphy” in the Orchid Pavilion at Shaoxing, Zhejiang to reinvigorate themselves in the ways of the ancients among other musings. The calligraphers changed clothes with some still wearing boots and sunglasses.
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2011 October 1st, the first day of the National Week holiday, Shanxi Province Pingyao County party secretary, county leader Wei Mingxi personally acted as a “Qing Dynasty County Magistrate” and led the old town’s “nobility and merchants” along with “other plebs” out of the city gate to welcome visitors.
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2007 March 24th, a Han culture themed restaurant named “Hanfeng Shishe” opened in Beijing, guests wore Hanfu while eating hotpot.
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2007 January 1st, Beijing Chaoyang Court, a Hangfu-wearing city resident confronted a Beijing based newspaper in court in defense of his reputation. On 2006 October 29th, over 20 netizens from the Beijing/Tianjin area gathered at Badachu Monastery wearing Hanfu to participate in a traditional ethnic cultural rite – the coming of age ceremony. The next day a certain media organization in Beijing published an article headlined “Netizens wear Hanfu to park, city residents thinks this performance art is odd”, while on the paper’s related websites the headline “Netizens wears Hanfu to park, waving to others while undressing” was used. The case has already been decided, with the four residents wearing Hanfu losing the case.
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