Traditional Chinese Folk Handicraft: Tiger-Head Shoes

March 12, 2017
By XinhuaEditor: Penny Huang
Traditional Chinese Folk Handicraft: Tiger-Head Shoes
Collector Hu Shuqing displays her collection of tiger-head shoes in Zhengzhou City of central China's Henan Province, March 10, 2017. Hu collected more than 10,000 tiger-head shoes. This type of shoes is traditional Chinese folk handicraft used as footwear for children with the hope that children will become as robust and dynamic as tigers.[Xinhua]

 

Traditional Chinese Folk Handicraft: Tiger-Head Shoes
Collector Hu Shuqing displays her collection of tiger-head shoes in Zhengzhou City of central China's Henan Province, March 10, 2017. Hu collected more than 10,000 tiger-head shoes. This type of shoes is traditional Chinese folk handicraft used as footwear for children with the hope that children will become as robust and dynamic as tigers. [Xinhua]

 

Traditional Chinese Folk Handicraft: Tiger-Head Shoes
Photo taken on March 10, 2017 shows tiger-head shoes collection of Hu Shuqing in Zhengzhou City of central China's Henan Province. Hu collected more than 10,000 tiger-head shoes. This type of shoes is traditional Chinese folk handicraft used as footwear for children with the hope that children will become as robust and dynamic as tigers. [Xinhua]

 

Traditional Chinese Folk Handicraft: Tiger-Head Shoes
Photo taken on March 10, 2017 shows tiger-head shoes collection of Hu Shuqing in Zhengzhou City of central China's Henan Province. Hu collected more than 10,000 tiger-head shoes. This type of shoes is traditional Chinese folk handicraft used as footwear for children with the hope that children will become as robust and dynamic as tigers.[Xinhua]

 

Traditional Chinese Folk Handicraft: Tiger-Head Shoes
Collector Hu Shuqing displays her collection of tiger-head shoes in Zhengzhou City of central China's Henan Province, March 10, 2017. Hu collected more than 10,000 tiger-head shoes. This type of shoes is traditional Chinese folk handicraft used as footwear for children with the hope that children will become as robust and dynamic as tigers. [Xinhua]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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