The full name of Hanfu (汉服) is “Chinese traditional costumes”, also known as Han Yiguan (汉衣冠), Hanzhuang (汉装), and Huafu (华服).
This style of clothing is a unique Han national costume style mainly based on the classical ritual culture of China and formed through natural evolution. Its time is from the Yellow Emperor(黄帝) (2698 BC) to the middle of the 17th century (the late Ming and early Qing dynasties). The geographical extent was the main residential area of the Han people at the time.
This style of clothing is clearly different from the traditional clothing and accessories system of other ethnic groups. It is the embodiment of China as a "land of gorgeous clothes" and "state of etiquette." It carries the outstanding craftsmanship and aesthetics of the Han people in spinning, dyeing, weaving, embroidery. It also inherits China's protected art and craft technology and more than 30 Chinese intangible cultural heritage.