关于民族服饰的英语作文 National costumes 篇一
Assessing a decade of fashion so close in time is complex. In terms of costume history it's only after a trend has been around for several years can we acknowledge that it's more than a passing fad and deserves recognition in the archives of history. We each see what we ourselves wore as what was worn and typical of the era. The mood of society in the final decade of the last millennium was more defining than what was actually worn.
关于民族服饰的英语作文 National costumes 篇二
As it is known to us all there are 55 minority groups in China each with its traditional customs costumes and culture. Now let's take a look at the Tibetan Minority.
The Tibetan Minority group live in Qinghai Gansu Sichuan and Yunnan Province. And the highest ridge in the world─beautiful and mysterious Tibet is their major habitat .As the fertilized prairie stretches around the habitants as far as the eyes can see most people live on animal husbandry raising sheep goats cattle and growing a special kind of plant called Qingke. On account of the unique climate people often wear warm and comfortable boots in winter and they are always dressed in delicate robes which are made of the fur of sheep. Often they take off one sleeve of the clothes and tie it around their waists in order to work easily and use it as warm quilts at night. www.yyzw.com
Both men and women there like wearing silver ornaments which look very mysterious and full of magical power. And they are good at singing and dancing and the men there can have braids too. When they meet an important guest they will present him or her a Hada a piece of long white silk cloth to show their respect. And they will also treat the guest to a special kind of drink called Suyou Tea which some people find hard to enjoy.Besides the habitants have developed both their own written and spoken languages and the long poems they wrote play an important role in Chinese literature. And there are many well-protected culture relics as well taking the grand Budala Palace as an example. It is a historical museum as well as an art treasury where people can share their spirit belief in Buddhism and get artistic entertainment of the carved paintings and the beautifully-written chirographies.