Traditional chinese

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of traditional Chinese crafts and art. Discover top ideas to bring the beauty and elegance of traditional Chinese culture into your home.
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A brief history of chinoiserie as an art-form.

The term "Chinoiserie" is french for "chinese-like". This type of asian/chinese design style entered Europe in the mid-to-late 17th century, when explorers were importing chinese artifacts into Europe and were astounded by the beauty of these hors-d'oeuvres and their design/style. The construction and fabrication of many things and merchandise in Europe would be shortly after influenced by Chinoiserie Obviously, you can see why I decided to create my blog on chinoiserie. I'm deeply…

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Chinese Musical Instruments

Among the many traditional musical instruments of China, the most popular nowadays include the stringed instruments called the erhu, pipa, and guzheng, and the dizi flutes. These stringed instruments originated in foreign regions and were modified. When tourists think of their experiences in China, the poignant sounds of these Chinese instruments often colour their memories. Erhu 二胡

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