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Chinese Foot Binding

Discussion in 'Foot Health Forum' started by admin, Feb 22, 2017.

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    There is a traditional technique from rural China which involved the binding of the feet of female young people to stop them from developing. It was a barbaric practice that was debilitating and disabling to the feet. It was carried out as a smaller sized foot was thought to be an appealing characteristic in the female and a higher dowry is usually commanded by the family for the bride-to-be when the feet had been bound. There was an important industry in these rural communities for the...

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