China is the origin of skin whitening and it is still popular in many parts of the country. In China, a whiter complexion has long been associated with higher-ranking social groups. Such as the imperial family, which is particularly prevalent in popular culture. A documentary called “White China” has been produced that includes interviews with people with white skin in China who speak about an obsession with skin whitening.
They say that they have learned to draw the line between what is natural and what is not, and are sensitive to how Western beauty standards influence them. How they feel about their bodies. However, despite their moderate and diverse beauty standards, their practices of femininity are not well-defined. They have learned to be fluid with the gender labels assigned to them and are often referred to as non-binary identities.
“China Girls” have been trending for years, but it seems like these days they are dressing more stylishly. The clothes and make-up are really on point and the accessories are nothing to laugh at either. They’re not only wearing dresses, skirts, and heels – they’re wearing jeans, sweaters, jackets, and boots too. Recently, models and influencers such as Yoo Byung Jae and Park Seo Joon have been seen wearing these shoes.