A CD featuring 10 tracks of Japanese music, good for music and movement and sensory play.
The cheongsam, also known as a qipao, is a close-fitting dress that originated in 1920s Shanghai. There are many different designs of the cheongsam including those with short-capped sleeves, long fur lined sleeves and sleeveless.
Chau Gongs are what most people think of when they think of a Chinese Gong. Sometimes called a Bullseye Gong, Chao Gong, or Chow Gong, Chau Gongs have a black outer edge and a black center and are lathed in the mid section to expose the shiny bronze.
This beautiful plastic sushi set is wonderful to introduce children to new types of food. Sushi is a Japanese dish of vinegar ‘sushi rice’ combined with a variety of ingredients including seafood and vegetables.
A Tangzhuang is a variant of a traditional Chinese jacket. The tangzhuang is sometimes translated as a Tang Suit or Jacket.
The Tang Suits basic style includes a Mandarin collar, front opening and knotted Chinese buttons. Shoulder pads are inserted for better fit.
Tang suits are made in different colours, most commonly red, dark blue, gold and black. One common design is the usage of Chinese characters to spread good luck and wishes.
The Chinese Officials Winter Hat is comprised of a skull cap with an upturned brim, usually made of red, yellow and black silks, with insignias stitched in to the design. These hats are topped with knobs of different materials, signifying an Officials rank.