Lisu costumes Cultural Connotations and Functional Enlightment

WU Jianqin

Abstract


Clothing is a dominant symbol of Lisu culture with a rich culture. It is a epitome of a nation long historical development of economic, cultural and technology level. Clothing embodies the traditional concept of Lisu formed thousands of years’ aesthetics, religion, philosophy and other aspects. Lisu costumes revealed the unique cultural features and functions of communication and etiquette.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8695

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