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Raimund von Stillfried | Interprete de la Legation for the Austro Hongroise | The Met

Raimund von Stillfried | Interprete de la Legation for the Austro Hongroise | The Met

Empress Wangrong (1906-1946), consort of Emperor Xuantong,(Henry Puyi) the last Emperor of China.

Empress Wangrong consort of Emperor Xuantong,(Henry Puyi) the last Emperor of China.

Fig. 16: 1644 - 1911 AD | Qing Dynasty | The Manchurians attempt several bans on foot-binding but are unsuccessful

Fig. 16: 1644 - 1911 AD | Qing Dynasty | The Manchurians attempt several bans on foot-binding but are unsuccessful

A Korean man in a traditional robe and boots, wearing a horse hair and bamboo hat | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Korean man in traditional wear, with a horse hair and bamboo hat, From the National Maritime Museum (

Empress Wanrong of China (center) Wanrong, posthumously known as Empress Xiaokemin, was the Empress Consort of Puyi, the Last Emperor of China and final ruler of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty.

Chinese history "Empress Wanrong of China (center) Wanrong, posthumously known as Empress Xiaokemin, was the Empress Consort of Puyi, the Last Emperor of China and final ruler of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty.

Shanghai, 1930s, two sister wearing wonderful matching outfits. From flickr.com.

▫Duets▫ sisters, twins & groups of two in art and photos - vintage sisters

CHINA IN 1890. Pay attention to their lily foot bound feet and their silk attire. Possibly photo of a wealthy family.

This is how a pair of bound feet looks like.footbinding happened once, and should never happen again.

One hundred years of Chinese history condensed in 75 amazing pictures recently restored. From late Qing dynasty to the foreign concessions in China: noblemen, courtesans …

Empress Gobele Wan Rong Attribution Unk vintage everyday: Vintage Photographs of Pre-Revolution China,

“The Curse of Quon Gwon,” the first Chinese-American movie and one of the first directed by a woman, Marion Wong.

“The Curse of Quon Gwon,” the first Chinese-American movie and one of the first directed by a woman, Marion Wong.

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