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Travel: What it’s like to visit China – National Costumes and Uniforms of China

This is part of my Travel Series.

Not much to talk about here, just wanted to show some of the uniforms they have and national costumes in China.

At the Great Wall of China (Badaling), I caught this wonderful photo of two older women dressed in their native costumes:

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And at Tianamen Square, different natives of China, tribes I suppose, with beautifully embroidered headdresses.

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A patrolling officer on the Great Wall of China:


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The young soldier:

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The police uniform:

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2 Comments

  1. Petrish @ Debt Free Martini

    I had the opportunity to go to China years ago and it was a great experience. Due to the trip being an organized trip by an agency I didn’t get to venture out like I would have liked too. My dream is to go back and see the Great Wall of China. Thank you for the mini journey via pictures.

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      In hindsight the tourist tour is a good idea but then they control what you see. We didn’t want a polished look, we wanted to actually see the real China. 🙂

      You’re welcome

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