Hanfu of Zhou Dynasty Hanfu became looser, with the introduction of wide sleeves and jade decorations hung from the sash which served to keep the yi closed. The yi was essentially wrapped over, in a style known as jiaoling(交领）youren（右衽）.
In China the Dragon is a symbol of power and strength. ~~~~~~~~~~~~ [Pendant in the form of a knotted dragon, Eastern Zhou dynasty b.), century China Jade (Nephrite) H. cm) Gift of Ernest Erickson Foundation
https://flic.kr/p/55pyA2 | Kanji written styles | There are numerous styles, or scripts, in which Chinese characters can be written, deriving from various calligraphic and historical models. Most of these originated in China and are now common, with minor variations, in all countries where Chinese characters are used. These characters were used over 3,000 years ago. The Shang dynasty Oracle Bone and Zhou dynasty scripts found on Chinese bronze inscriptions being no longer used, the oldest…
Spring and Autumn Period (Circa BCE.) - West Zhou Dynasty Warrior (BCE 11 century - BCE - Warriors of the Western Zhou Dynasty wore this type of cloth armor, made of thick wadding clamped to the body, circa