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Fashion:  Clothes made of cheap materials like sheepskin were worn by servants, actors and labourers. The women's dress code was correlating with the rank of their husbands. The imperial family wore court robes with dragon medallions. Civil and military officials wore a robe with a certain bird or animal badge. The robes were made out of silks, satins, fine wool and furs, with jewels.

During the Qing Dynasty, China’s last imperial dynasty dramatic changes occurred in the Chinese fashion world. The designs, fabrics, colors and trends as being “Chinese.

Women: Women used to be occupied with a much lower position than men. This is because women couldn't inherit land and property and depended on there family/father or husband throughout their lively-hood. Their main rule was to take care of the children and to cook for their family.

Women: Women used to be occupied with a much lower position than men. This is because women couldn't inherit land and property and depended on there family/father or husband throughout their lively-hood. Their main rule was to take care of the children and to cook for their family.

Foot Binding:  A widespread practice in China during the Qing Dynasty. It was a process used by women as both men and women saw small feat as a sign of beauty. Women would wrap cloth around their child's feet at around the age of five for ten years, to make the feet smaller.

Foot binding was very popular among women in the Qing dynasty. People of the Qing dynasty saw small feet as a sign of beauty.

Technology:  Simple technology in their day-to-day lives. Spinning wheels or hand spindles for making silk or cotton thread.

The Spinning Wheel, by Northern Song artist Wang Juzheng. The Chinese invented the belt drive by the century BC for silk quilling devices.

Confucianism: The most popular and main belief in China when there was the Qing Dynasty was Confucianism. Confucius was a philosopher and teacher who thought that everyone should live virtuous lives and respect their elders and their rulers. They should also for-fill their given roles in society. Confucius also thought that you should listen to your superiors and be kind to everyone and in every situation.

The main belief in China during the Qing Dynasty was Confucianism.

Extended Families:  Chinese extended families lived together in the same home. the ideal situation was for five generations to live together under the same roof

Extended Families: Chinese extended families lived together in the same home. the ideal situation was for five generations to live together under the same roof

An agricultural society:  94 percent of the population lived on the land or in small villages or towns. Most people were peasants who farmed the land. Tea was an important crop in china. Peasants grew tea on their farms to sell at the market.

An agricultural society: 94 percent of the population lived on the land or in small villages or towns. Most people were peasants who farmed the land. Tea was an important crop in china. Peasants grew tea on their farms to sell at the market.