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Sometimes this might continue only till the birth of her first child, but many women postponed the move to their husband's home for many years. The woman might even use her dowry to buy a concubine for her husband. Such a practice would have been shocking to most people in north China, for whom the transfer of the bride to the groom's family's home was essential to the wedding. For them even for a wife to stay for a few weeks at her parents' home was regarded as improper and likely to give rise to gossip.
But above all the peoples of Taiwan took to those practices and objects that provided status in the eyes of the settler population. Huang Shujing, a Chinese official who toured the island in 1722, noticed that the people dressed partly like the Chinese, wearing trousers, hats and boots, but that elaborate Chinese embroidered robes, modelled on those of officials, were especially popular among village headmen on formal occasions. He also noted that some families had purchased Chinese-style beds, and these too were displays of wealth and status; the family continued to sleep on deer- A common culture 27 skins spread on the floor.
Thus the queue was initially regarded as immoral as well as simply being a foreign custom and a sign of defeat. A European living in China at the time described the Manchu capture of Shaoxing: They took this Town without any resistance, and so they might have done all the rest of the Southern Towns of this Povince of Chekiang. 1 Although such resistance ultimately failed, it was an important feature of the conquest and shows that the imposition of the queue as a sign of submission was a major Manchu policy decision.