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In the two hundred plus years of the Qing Dynasty, local schools of embroidery appeared like bamboo shoots a�er the rain, the most famous being Suzhou, Guangdong, Sichuan, Hunan, Beĳing and Shandong schools. In addition to their local ﬂavors, these schools all borrowed from other ethnic cultures. Today, fashion comes and goes, and machines have replaced the human hand in many ways. Fortunately, the art and cra� of embroidery have been preserved as China’s great cultural heritage. Besides the local embroidery schools, many ethnic minority people have their own beautiful embroidery, such as the Uygur, the Yi, the Dai, the Bouyi, the Kazak, the Yao, the Miao, the Tujia, the Jingpo, the Dong, the Bai, the Zhuang, the Mongolian, and the Tibetan people.
When the wound healed, the scar The 1st year of Zongzhang Period (668) remained, as did the love of the emperor. All girls in court tried to The 4th year of Chuigong Period (688) imitate her, painting a red mark on both sides of the face. This kind of The 1 year of Ruyi Period (692) st makeup was initially called the “morning sun makeup,” as the color The 1 year of Wansui Dengdui Period (696) st The 2nd year of Chang’an Period (702) The 2nd year of Shenlong Period (706) The 1st year of Jingyun Period (710) The 2nd year of Xiantian Period -The 2nd year of Kaiyuan Period (713-714) The 3 year of Tianbao Period (744) rd The 11 year of Tianbao Period (after 752) th was close to the rosy dawn.
The function of embroidery can be classiﬁed into daily necessities and art pieces intended strictly for artistic appreciation. Even the intelligentsia participated in the creative process of ﬁne embroidery, which o�en borrowed ideas from painters before it was completed by artisans. The revival of folk handicra� in the Ming Dynasty injected new vitality into the technique and production of embroidery. Individuals and households talented in embroidery became famous for their cra�s, and both the demand and usage of embroidery increased.