Cheng Xinxiang, a representative of the National People’s Congress and a non-genetic inheritor of Hunan embroidery, submitted a proposal for the “Proposal on the Establishment of a National “Hanfu Day”. Cheng Xinxiang believes that China’s Hanfu is one of the most important carriers of Chinese national culture. The “Hanfu Cultural Renaissance Movement” caused by it is a journey of cultural tracing of the Han nationality under the background of contemporary cultural globalization. The ultimate goal is to revive China. Traditional Culture. For this reason, Cheng Xinxiang suggested: It is planned to set the third day of March every year as the Chinese Hanfu Day. The third day of the third month of the lunar calendar is the birthday of the first ancestor of the Chinese nation, Huang Di, and it is also an ancient festival.
Although the probability will not pass, I still support it. If you don’t shout to open the door, how can someone honestly discuss the issue of opening the window with you? There is still no official recognition of Hanfu. Even taking a marriage photo is not going well. On the contrary, some ethnic minority costumes are photographed without taking off their hats. Hanfu and ethnic costumes are different. No matter how curious ethnic minority costumes are, they are officially endorsed from birth. Some ethnic minority costumes have been “invented” for only 20 to 30 years, and some were even “designed” more than ten years ago, which is shorter than what some people call “Taobao Hanfu”. However, they have official endorsements, so they can be officialized and formalized from the beginning, even if they are reinvented, they can be said to be “ethnic traditional costumes.” However, Hanfu lacked official endorsement from the very beginning and developed from the bottom up from the folks. Therefore, various forms of chaos and barbarous production are very normal behaviors. Many people do not hate Hanfu, but just hate the pain in the process. If they are asked to go to a certain point in the future when they have resolved this pain, they will not hate Hanfu-it is like everyone’s attitude towards industrialization. Now all kinds of thinking about industrialization are good, but they are not willing to accept the pain of industrialization. . The way to solve these problems is to go to officialization, regularization, and standardization. First, it has sufficient authority to endorse, has a formal legal status, and will not be treated as a fancy dress; second, it can also formulate and implement standards to eliminate the disorder of form; third, it can better integrate with modern society. Countries like Japan, Korea, and Thailand have launched modern models, which also avoids the problem of Wuxi marriage certificate photos. So I am very happy to see this point raised by a representative, at least to achieve the officialization and regularization of Hanfu. No matter what his purpose is. If he is in pure national sentiment and self-consciousness, then I am very happy; if he is in self-interest and business purposes, I will be happier—at least there is a related group of interests. Although the proposal may not be passed, it must not be passed unless the proposal is passed, and when the proposal is passed in the future, all the predecessors who fail the proposal will receive their merits. One more thing, if in the future, when Hanfu has been formalized and standardized, and it is the same as kimono Hanbok, then the younger generations will certainly be grateful that the ancestors have developed the Hanfu system tenaciously in line with a group of national sentiments and under various pressures. How impressive the spirit is. Those who oppose Hanfu now will probably “unknowingly feel that they have always possessed this spirit.”