漢服之美──春秋戰國至清初漢服復原｜The Beauty of Chinese Costumes—Restoration of Chinese Costume from Pre-Qin to Qing DynastyVIEW EVENT DETAILS
茶點及入場登記｜Tea Reception 6:30pm
分享會及漢服展示｜Program starts 7:00pm
*節目以普通話進行，及設有英文即時傳譯｜The program will be conducted in Mandarin with English simultaneous interpretation
The Restoration Team of Chinese Costume (Shanghai) will share the beauty of Chinese Traditional Clothing (Hanfu), including their characteristics during different periods, the evolution of makeup and hair styles as well as how Hanfu was influenced by Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. Models wearing Hanfu and makeup of different periods will be presented at the scene to facilitate introduction. Meanwhile, silk expert Ms. LEE Mei-yin will interview the team.
The Restoration Team of Chinese Costume (Shanghai) established in 2007, is the earliest professional team in China to restore ancient clothing, makeup, hairstyles and props. The Team has high international reputation for its rigorous research and superb restoration skills. They represented China to hold Haufu shows and conduct exchange activities in Korea and Turkey. In 2014, the Team was invited by British television station for documentary production collaboration. Their restored Haufu is widely collected and exhibited in many museums.
Team members include:
Mr. LIU Shuai, the Team’s Head and Art Director, responsible for Hanfu history and equipment research, restoration planning and quality supervision.
Mr. HU Xiao, the Leader of the Team’s Art Group, responsible for art history research, pattern restoration, color recovery, textile hand-painting and accessory production.
Mr. HU Jing-ming, the Leader and Designer of the Team’s Garment Group, responsible for clothing history research, plate making and traditional craftsmanship.
Ms. QIU Yue-jia, the Team’s Makeup and Styling Artist and National Senior Makeup Artist, responsible for makeup and hairstyle research as well as traditional cosmetics research and restoration. Qiu is the Gold medal winner of the seventh KBDWC contest in Korea in 2013.
LEE Mei-yin’s scope of research includes the history and costumes of Chinese ethnic minorities, Buddhist art, Dunhuang art and culture, and the history and artistic appreciation of silk fabrics and embroideries. She is presently a Research Fellow of the Dunhuang Academy in China, a council member of the China Dunhuang Grottoes Preservation Research Foundation, an academic advisor (ethnic culture) of the Hong Kong Institute for Promotion of Chinese Culture, an honorary advisor of the Hong Kong Jao Tsung-I Academy , a vice-president of the Friends of Dunhuang ( Hong Kong ) , an expert advisor (Chinese ancient artifacts) for the public museums of Hong Kong , and member of HKSAR Intangible Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee.
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