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    The evolution of hats in China

    • Author:Claire
    • Source:Aung Crown
    • Release on :2019-01-14
    The hat was invented long before in China. For example, in Chinese idioms, there are "clothes and crowns" and "crowns", and the "crowns" and "skulls" here refer to hats.
    The ancient crown system is an important part of the Chinese clothing system. When a man starts wearing a crown at the age of 20, he will hold a "crown ceremony" when he wears a crown, indicating that he is an adult.
    The ancient Chinese crown is different from the current hat. It has only a narrow crown to cover a part of the head, unlike the hat.
    After the crown is produced, there is a distinction between the crown caps, and those who are poor and unidentified are not allowed to wear the crown. The crown and crown of each dynasty are different from the previous generation.


    In the Han Dynasty (206 BC - 220 AD), its form was roughly the same as that of the hat. The crown has to cooperate with the head scalp, the despicable can only wear the head scalp, and the minor can only wear the empty head. This crown system has always affected the Ming Dynasty.
    In the Ming Dynasty (AD 1368 - AD 1644), there was a black silk hat in the public service. "mian" is earlier than "crown", generally refers to the "mian" dedicated to the feudal emperor, and "mian" is added when the emperor inherits the throne. Workers can only wear headscarves, mainly used to sweat, and later wear them as hats.
    Chinese hats have their national characteristics. In ancient times, Liaojin people wore more leather hats, Yuan people wear helmets and hats, Uygur flower hats, Tuss hats of Mongolian, and fox fur hats of Mongolian. In daily life, the hat also has the function of keeping warm and warming up and decorating.