The Theoreticians after the fall of the Great Dao

http://www.cbc.ca/mrl3/8752/news/features/trudeau-chinaessay-080807.wmv

I remember the surprise I had when I saw the white robes and topknot of Wu Fei (ufe3, Confucian scholar, an early supporter of the Hanfu movement, and owner of Jing Li Tang blog) on the television, being interviewed by Canadian media, as the iconic portrayal of the new generation. Back then, the focus was mainly on presenting an esoteric side of China that countered the rock-and-roll craving side of New China — but not much was given on the dynamics and size of the whole traditionalist wave. However, as an introduction to the image of China during the 2008 Olympics, that was perhaps the best one could do for a Special broadcast.

http://edition.cnn.com/video/?/video/international/2010/01/11/wv.fashion.china.bk.b.cnn

On a different angle, the CNN interview of Guang Han Hui was imported from Guangzhou Television, but provides a direct address on the raisons d’etre of the Hanfu Movement.

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