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Zhao-hua Ho2023-06-24
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The video delves into the evolution of traditional Taiwanese clothing, focusing on the Chi Pao and Chi Pal styles from the 1920s to present day. It explores the influence of Chinese, Japanese, and Western cultures on these garments, detailing the craftsmanship, design trends, and materials used over the years. The segment also highlights the popularity of bead embroidery on various clothing items, showcasing the intricate techniques and cultural significance of this art form in Taiwan. The transformation of Chi Pao and Chi Pal craftsmanship reflects Taiwan's history, identity, and creative expression through fashion.

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Research on Neochipo in Taiwan from 1975 to 1985.
00:40
Focus on craftsmanship and art evolution during the specified time period.
Discussion on Taiwan's history, spread of Jade artifacts, and colonial eras under Dutch, Chinese, and Japanese rule.
Influence of Chinese culture and clothing styles on Taiwan.
Emergence of a distinct Taiwanese identity during different historical periods.
Evolution of Chong Sam in Taiwan's fashion history.
06:05
Chi Pao shifted from flat cutting to three-dimensional cutting influenced by Shanghai and Hong Kong.
Changes in body perception, aesthetic standards, and material applications shaped Chi Pao's evolution.
Variations in style and design reflected cultural influences and geopolitical shifts.
Evolution of the Chipow in Taiwan.
10:37
The chipow in Taiwan has adapted to various cultural, social, and fashion influences over the years.
From the 1940s to 2000s, the chipow underwent multiple transformations, incorporating Western elements and unique stylistic details.
The neochipau, a modern reinterpretation of the traditional chipa, emerged in the 1970s and 1980s, blending Western and Eastern fashion elements.
The use of new fabrics and cutting techniques made the chipow popular among music stars, celebrities, and weddings.
Evolution of the Chi pal in Taiwan's fashion culture.
12:31
Tailors meticulously measured and tailored the Chi pal for a perfect fit.
Skilled artisans handled embroidery and finishing touches.
The garment was created in sections, assembled, and decorative elements added.
Blend of traditional craftsmanship and modern techniques in Chi pal production in the 70s to 80s.
History of bead embroidery in East Asia.
15:17
Craftsmanship peaked between 1975-1985 with intricate beadwork and rhinestones.
Techniques influenced by Sergio and Xiang styles, using monochromatic and mixed media.
Process involves drafting, material selection, setting up the embroidery frame, threading, and stitching beads for a 3D effect.
Advancements in tools include embroidery needles, beads, rhinestones, and crystals, with smaller beads requiring high skill and eyesight.
Highlights of Bead Embroidery in Taiwan during Japanese Colonial Period.
19:00
Bead embroidery was popular in evening gowns, high-end dresses, shoes, shirts, and more during the Japanese Colonial period in Taiwan.
The tradition of hiring exhibition girls for trade shows and the emphasis on etiquette in music halls were mentioned.
Collaborations with artists like Teresa Tang were highlighted.
The intricate craftsmanship involved in creating custom-made costumes was discussed.
Evolution of bead embroidered Chi Pao in Taiwan from the 1970s to present day.
24:21
Initially popular among tourists, the business shifted to Vietnam and China for subcontracting.
Incorporation of diverse materials and three-dimensional embroidery techniques led to intricate designs.
Transformation reflected Taiwan's growing confidence and self-expression during politically charged periods.
Showcase of a blend of traditional craftsmanship with modern creativity.
Transformation of Taiwanese Chi pal craftsmanship in the 1970s.
26:57
Influence of social, cultural, and global factors on the creative expressions.
Emphasis on fusion and innovation seen in sequin Chi pal.
Limited research on collaboration between Chi pal tailors and bead embroidery craftsmen in Taiwan.
Recognition of key contributors like Chi pal Master Xiaominger.