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《Heilongjiang National Series》 2004-04
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The Cultural Functions of the Traditional Costumes of Chinese Minority

Liu Jun(National Museum of Central University for Nationalities)  
Costumes are the means and ways which people use to meet their physiological and social needs.Besides the practical(physical) function of covering one's body,costumes have various functions of decorating and beautifying the body and the marking and identifying functions of sex,age and marriage.
【CateGory Index】: K892.2
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