Qipao is a kind of elegant Chinese dress, which is originated from Manzu Nationality in China. In Qing Dynasty, Qipao is a kind of loose robes which royal women wear. In the 1920 s, having been influenced by western clothing, some changes have taken place in Chinese dress--- Qipao. The cuff of Qipao has became narrow, and the robe has became short. These changes have reflected the beauty of the females.
Today, Qipao often appears in the world fashion show. When Chinese women attend some important social gatherings, they often chhose Qipao as their their first dress. Also, many Chinese brides will choose Qipao as their wedding dress. Some influential people have even suggested that Qipao should be women's national costume in China.
Innovation is progressing in an unprecedented speed in China. In order to catch up with those developed countries in the world as fast as it can in the science and technology field, China has increased funds for development research substantially in recent years. Universities and research institutions in China are actively carrying out innovation researches, which cover high-technology fields such as big data, biochemistry, new energy and robots, etc. They also cooperate with science park in various regions, commercializing the research results of innovation. Meanwhile, no matter in production and business model, entrepreneurs in China are competing to be pioneers in innovation to adapt to the constantly changing and increasing needs of the consumer market at home and abroad.
Shenzhen , the first special economic zone in China since the reform and opening-up policy, also the window of Chinese reform and opening-up policy, has developed into an international city with great influence, which is also the significant base of high-tech research and development in South China. The long coastline of Shenzhen serves as a bridge between the South China See and the Pacific. And adjacent to Hong Kong, Shenzhen is one of the busiest containerports in the world. Shenzhen Window of the World is a large-scale tourist attraction , in which there are a large number of imitations of world-famous sights, such as the Pyramid in Egypt, LeaningTowerofPisa in Italy and NiagaraFalls in North America.