Old picture of a Chinese family we met in Beijing.
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Chinese imperial eunuch within the Forbidden City, Beijing
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According to the Manchu law, Han Chinese men were required to wear their hair in the queue style to show loyalty to the Emperor.
Chinese public official and family. During the Ming Dynasty, embroidered "Mandarin Squares" began appearing on the robes of court officials (third man from right). These squares indicated the wearer's rank in the government hierarchy.