This article includes a series of pieces on the themes of Chinese academic dress and on the topics of design, history and practice. It covers the motives leading to the development of academic regalia of modern Chinese tertiary institutions, the history and development of academic regalia in China, and how and why the design of academic regalia has changed from ancient China to today. China is a valuable research target as it has had periods of economic reform, a change of its political attitudes, and the establishment of Westernized and modernized degree system.
Ka Shing, Charles Ko
"The Development of Academic Dress in China,"
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