haozhu is a string of beads worn on the clothes of the Qing Dynasty. It is shaped like a rosary hung on the chest of a monk. The courtiers, all civil servants and military officers who have more than four products, I and my wife or children and military aircraft, guards, rites, Guozi prison, Dachang Temple, Guanglu Temple, Hongyi Temple and other officials wearing clothes, have to hang on. It is one of the symbols of identity and status and must not be worn by the civilian population at any time.
Chaozhu is usually composed of six parts: the body, the Buddha's head, the back cloud, the memorial, the fall, and the fall angle. It is derived from the "rosary" of Buddhism. The number of beads in each string of beads is strictly stipulated as 108, and Buddhism is said to use 108 as a symbol of Buddha. The beads are separated into a "Buddha's Head" every 27 beads, making them in strong and vivid contrast with the beads in color. "Buddha's Head" has a total of 4, the color and size are the same, the diameter is about twice as large as the Chaozhu, and the 108 Chaozhu is 4 points, also known as "beaded", which is said to mean the four seasons. On the head of the Buddha at the top of the bead, a pago-shaped "Buddha's Head Tower" is attached. Its perforation is in the form of an inverted "T" shape, that is, the two ends of the bead are penetrated from one end of the perforated hole. Then they all went through the middle and upper Kongzhong and merged into one. The top of the stupa is tied with a large Gemstone pendant with a wide ribbon. There is also a Gemstone at the top of the pendant, which is called "back cloud." There are three strings of small beads on both sides of the gourd-shaped Buddha's head tower, each with 10 pieces. The ends of the beads are each covered with a small pendant with silver silk enamel and are called "commemorative". 朝珠的大小质量也表示了官位的高低。官员觐见皇帝时必须伏地跪拜，只要朝珠碰地，即可代替额头触地。朝珠的直径越大，珠串就越长，佩挂者俯首叩头的幅度就可减小，这可以说是皇上对不同官职的不同恩赐
The size and quality of Chaozhu also indicate the level of the official position. Officials must bow to the ground when they see the emperor. As long as the beads touch the ground, they can instead touch the forehead. The larger the diameter of the beads, the longer the string of beads, and the smaller the number of people who bow down, this can be said to be the different gifts of the emperor to different