Guangdong embroidery has a long history of over one thousand years, and became more popular after Ming and Qing Dynasties. Guangdong embroidery, also known as "Guang embroidery", refers to the embroidery of Guangdong in the past two or three centuries. According to the analysis of the existing Guangdong embroidery works, its stitches are short, colorful and vivid. During the period of Yong Zheng and Qian Long, a large number of countries sold in Europe and the central and Near East countries. There are many pieces of the the Imperial Palace Museum, such as Yue embroidery, hanging fan, vest and so on. Yue embroidery is more colorful than Suzhou embroidery, and pays more attention to the change of light and shade.