The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Yang Li, who lost her arms in a childhood accident, has 2. She lifts her right foot above her waist, curls it around and gives a slight squeeze to an outstretched hand. Yang, 28, uploaded her first two videos to Kuaishou, a short-video platform in China, last July. She put the video online for fun. But within a day, she had 50, followers.
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19 Photos Of The Last Surviving Chinese Women With Bound Feet
In the latest round of filming there was an incident that haunts me. It took place during a segment on the social changes that affected Chinese women in the late 13th century. These changes can be illustrated by the practice of female foot-binding.
Foot binding was the custom of applying tight binding to the feet of young girls to modify the shape and size of their feet. The practice possibly originated among upper class court dancers during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period in 10th century China, then gradually became popular among the elite during the Song dynasty. Foot binding eventually spread to most social classes by the Qing dynasty and the practice finally came to an end in the early 20th century. Bound feet were at one time considered a status symbol as well as a mark of beauty. Yet, foot binding was a painful practice and significantly limited the mobility of women, resulting in lifelong disabilities for most of its subjects.