The queue or cue is a hairstyle in which the hair is worn long and gathered up into a ponytail. It was worn traditionally by certain Native American groups and the Manchu of Manchuria. The queue was a specific male hairstyle worn by the Manchus from central Manchuria and later imposed on the Han Chinese during the Qing dynasty. The hairstyle consisted of the hair on the front of the head being shaved off above the temples every ten days and the rest of the hair braided into a long ponytail. The hairstyle was compulsory on all males and the penalty for not having it was execution as it was considered treason. In the early 1910s, after the fall of the Qing dynasty, the Chinese no longer had to wear it. Some, such as Zhang Xun, still did as a tradition, but most of them abandoned it after the last Emperor of China Puyi cut his queue in 1922.
they wore long ponytails(plaits) and cultural clothes-baggy long things.
Ponytails go as far back as the 1800.They were worn by men.
Paul Revere did wear a pony tail because it was in style and almost all of the men had ponytails.
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yes, Chinese men liked queues as they were a sign of dignity and respect.
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i have know idea sorry :(
men 45 women 40
People pull them alot.
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they do not.
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Of course you don't! You can just tie 2 ponytails (Pigtails are 2 ponytails) U can Plait them leave them normal but if you want to you can fishtail them.
the men wear usaly, all black, while the women wear all red.
Not all Chinese men shave their heads. Buddhist monks shave their heads in obedience to Buddha's teachings.
Some do, some don't. I personally don't, but I've seen guys with ponytails with girlfriends, so someone must obviously be attracted to that.
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Yes, around 99% of men in China are uncircumcised.
yes. they were the traditional clothing of the early Chinese men.
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