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A Filipina in traditional attire with an abaniko folding fan ( c. 1875) which played a large part in courtship etiquette in the colonial Philippines  This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sourcesin this section. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. There were many kinds of fans in ancient China.  The Chinese character for "fan" ( 扇) is etymologically composed of the characters for "door" ( 戶) and "feather" ( 羽). Historically, fans have played an important aspect in the life of the Chinese people.  The Chinese have used hand-held fans as a way to relieve themselves during hot days since the ancient times; the fans are also an embodiment of the wisdom of Chinese culture and art.  They were also used for ceremonial and ritual purposes  and as a sartorial accessory when wearing hanfu.  They were also carriers of Chinese traditional arts and literature and were representative of its user's personal aesthetic sense and their social status.  Specific concepts of status and gender were associated with types of fans in Chinese history, but generally folding fans were reserved for males while rigid fans were for females.
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On human skin, the airflow from handfans increases evaporation which has a cooling effect due to the latent heat of evaporation of water. It also increases heat convection by displacing the warmer air produced by body heat that surrounds the skin, which has an additional cooling effect, provided that the ambient air temperature is lower than the skin temperature – which is typically about 33°C (91°F). Fans are convenient to carry around, especially folding fans.
Islami Andolan Bangladesh – an Islamic political party in Bangladesh that uses a hand fan as its electoral symbol
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Letourmy-Bordier, Georgina & Le Guen, Sylvain, L'éventail, matières d'excellence: La nature sublimée par les mains de l'artisan, Musée de la Nacre et de la Tabletterie (September 2015) ISBN 978-2953110692Personalized Sandalwood Wedding Fans Wood Hen Party Fans Bridal Shower Fans Wedding Folding Hand Fans Bridesmaid Gifts Bridal Shower Favors Chinese brides also used a type of moon-shaped round fan in a traditional Chinese wedding called queshan.  The ceremonial rite of queshan was an important ceremony in Chinese wedding: the bride would hold it in front of her face to hide her shyness, to remain mysterious, and as a way to exorcise evil spirits.  After all the other wedding ceremonies were completed and after the groom had impressed the bride, the bride would then proceed in revealing her face to the groom by removing the queshan from her face.