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Cicada Brand (Guangdong) Cotton Kung Fu Shirts / Undershirts

Cicada Brand (Guangdong) Cotton Kung Fu Shirts / Undershirts

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These shirts were manufactured in Guangdong by a company that has manufactured and sold shirts in both Guangdong and Hong Kong since 1923. The company has survived the decades and still produces top quality shirts today for a fair price. These are very well made with combed cotton and at a very reasonable price! This is the last manufacturer of these shirts in Hong Kong today, as far as I know, and these specific shirts are manufactured for sale on the Guangdong side of the border, so they are priced very reasonably. The HK-market shirts are sold in much fancier packaging, but I have not yet purchased one to see how the quality compares. I am certain the ones sold here (by the same company, and manufactured in the same factory), will be significantly more expensive, but I will definitely check them out soon!

The cotton used for these shirts is significantly more comfortable against the skin than the Chrysanthemum shirts, and they are priced very similarly, so it might be interesting to compare the two!

This style of shirt was worn by Bruce Lee and can also be seen in the Ip Man series of movies. They have the classic wing chun kung fu look and are extremely comfortable (and stylish, if you ask me)!

In Hong Kong, these shirts are sold under the Cicada label, but on the Guangdong side of the border, they are sold as Qiuqiu (Chinese for cicada!).

I really like the embroidered plackets on these shirts, and the retro style make these shirts my favorite of the Chinese shirts/undershirts I carry at TeaLife.

The garment care symbols on the package (from left to right) indicate:

1. wash at 40 degrees Celsius

2. do not bleach

3. dry on a flat surface to prevent stretching

4. iron on a medium-temperature setting

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