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       These are Female Muslim Celebrities from Indonesia and Iran..Most of Indonesian celebrities are muslims,but only a few of them wearing because in Indonesia hijab not must wearing by muslim woman.most of Indonesians are Muslims (85 % from population).but Indonesia isn't muslim country.Indonesia is secular country,which the government not forced they muslim citizens to wearing hijab.but Indonesian government give freedom to all muslims in Indonesia to do their faith as long not in extremist way.

Iran Is republic of,wearing hijab is a,you may be can not find Muslim woman in there without wearing hijab,including their female celebrities.

Women of Vietnam are always representing the Beauty of Vietnam. That Beauty is designated toward Vietnamese Women through the Ao-Dai silk dresses in which they are wearing. Ao-Dai was wisely used in everyday life in the old days. Today it is being used whenever there is a special social gathering such as Buddha's Birthday, Wedding. Ao-Dai is the symbol of Vietnam Beauty.

The dance is distinctly cambodian. indian dance is no-where near as graceful. You can say Khmer borrow a lot from Indian culture- but not everything, clothes and dance for example are way different, religion architect.     

Qipao, the classic dress for Chinese women, combines the elaborate elegance of Chinese tradition with unique elements of style. The high-necked, closed-collar Qipao, with a loose chest, fitting waist, and the attractive slits, is one of the most versatile costumes in the world. It can be long or short, some with full, medium, short or even no sleeves at all - to suit different occasions, weather and individual tastes.Designed to show off the natural softness of the female form, this kind of Chinese fashion also creates the illusion of slender legs. The overall picture: practical, yet sexy.

The long and confining pha sin skirt ,was replaced by the pha nung worn with the ta-beng-man, a crossed halter top.When attending royal functions, in the presenter the king ,officials were required to wear jackets , and uniform were issued according to rank.King Chulalongkorn (Rama V,1868-1910),influenced by a visit to Europe at the end of the 19th century, followed in his father 's footsteps in westernisation of clothing. However , during special occasions, noblemen and officials reverted to traditional Thai costume. Depending on the occasion. The King enjoyed travelling around the country accompanied by this consorts, whom he prefered to be attired as femininely as possible. He objected to the masculine garb popular amongst contemporary travelling women. Thus, traditional Thai dress was redesigned to please and accommodate the modernThai woman. The sabai was now worn over a louse , and frequently won with a silk jacket trimmed with lace.More Detail...


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