The garment, known as the Tarkhan Dress, was found in an Egyptian tomb that dates back more than 5,000 years. The new results both confirm the dress’s antiquity, and also suggest that it may be even older than first thought,…
The qipao or cheongsam is a one-piece dress that women in China have worn since the Manchu ruled in the 17th century.
I really didn’t want to get involved in this discussion. I figured, whatever color the dress happens to be, who cares? It’s a dress.
So you haven’t heard enough about this dress yet—and you’re still looking for answers? Well, here is our two cents. Science has an answer for everything, well for this at least.
Starting long ago, China captivated the world with delicately made porcelain wares. It’s no mistake that porcelain is also called china or fine china, since, for many foreign traders, porcelain was a defining feature of the country.