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These photos and their titles! Why would a British infantryman be sending photos of Chinese gentlemen to his family and friends? The subject of the photos is the disappearance of the Chinese "Queue", the long pigtail you can see on the gentleman on the left.

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By the mid-seventeenth century, the Manchus ushered in the Qing Dynasty and dominated the major cities of China. The Ming Dynasty disintegrated. To successfully rule China, the Manchus adopted many Chinese practices, but the hairstyle was not one of them.

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The queue or cue is a hairstyle most often worn by men. Hair on top of the scalp is grown long and is often braided, while the front portion of the head is shaved. It was worn by the Manchu people of Manchuriacertain indigenous American groups and Gopis devotees of Krishna.

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For several hundred years, between the s and the early 20th century, men in China wore their hair in what is called a queue. In this hairstyle, the front and sides are shaved, and the rest of the hair is gathered up and plaited into a long braid that hangs down the back. In the western world, the image of men with queues is practically synonymous with the idea of imperial China - so it may surprise you to learn that this hairstyle did not actually originate in China.

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The Qing were led by Manchus, not ethnic Chinese, meaning that the Qing Dynasty was basically a foreign power that ruled China. Early in the Qing dynasty European countries began trying to engage China in trade. The Qings resisted but over time trade developed, mostly in products like tea, porcelain, and silk.

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Originally a physical expression of submission, the braided queue was also a sign of repression. Attitudes towards the queue in China and more broadly were complex. In the early decades of the Qing dynasty the queue was the focus of resistance to Manchu dominance, and it became so again in the dying years of imperial rule.

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The queue or cue is a hairstyle worn by the Jurchen and Manchu people of Manchuriaand later required to be worn by male subjects of Qing dynasty China. Hair on top of the scalp is grown long and is often braided, while the front portion of the head is shaved. This style of hair led British soldiers to refer to them as "Long-Tailed Chinamen".

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So you can see, the hair actually got bigger and more exaggerated, with more accessories and tassels later on. I suppose this is natural as wealth accumulates, the imperial families got more access to resources and were able to indulge more. So if you look at the evolution chart, The story of Yanxi looks the most authentic—nobody had that insanely huge hair which clearly belonged to the late Qing dynasty.

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In different periods leather or fabric boots were widely used, and their soft outlines resembled stockings. During Manchurian period these boots were officially replaced by hard boots on thick white sole and beveled at the front. The most solemn of them were crowned with canopies of hanging threads of jade beads, cords and ribbons sometimes flowing to the ground.

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