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Chinese designer, Liu Yang designed a book 'When Things Meet' in 2007, showing the different perspectives of living among German and Chinese-This is Fashionable  華裔設計師劉揚在2007年出版了《東西相遇》用簡潔的筆劃,用簡單明瞭的圖畫向讀者表現了德中兩個社會的細節

The image I posted is another way of symbolizing both Western and Asian culture. This image can be directly related to the play. The play is written by a German writer, Betolt Brecht. However the setting of the play is in China.

Eastern and Western attitudes about life explained in 18 simple infographics http://www.dramafever.com/news/eastern-and-western-attitudes-about-life-explained-in-18-simple-infographics/

Eastern and Western attitudes about life explained in 18 simple infographics

Eastern and Western attitudes about life explained in 18 simple infographics http://www.dramafever.com/news/eastern-and-western-attitudes-about-life-explained-in-18-simple-infographics/

Eastern and Western attitudes about life explained in 18 simple infographics http://www.dramafever.com/news/eastern-and-western-attitudes-about-life-explained-in-18-simple-infographics/

Eastern and Western attitudes about life explained in 18 simple infographics

East Meets West: An Infographic Portrait by Yang Liu (blue is Germany, red is China) -- this one is about standing in lines

Eastern and Western attitudes about life explained in 18 simple infographics

Eastern and Western attitudes about life explained in 18 simple infographics

East Meets West: An Inforgraphic Portrait by Yang Liu who was born in China but has lived in Germany since she was Noise level inside a restaurant

paris vs new york

Vahram Muratyan, "Paris versus New York: A Tally of Two Cities" (Hardcover)

Liu Young - East (red) meets West (blue) - Everyday life of senior citizens

East Meets West: An Infographic Portrait by Yang Liu, Artist and visual designer. This one shows elderly in day to day life (blue represents west, red the east.

"The Cultural Differences Between East and West According to One Artist" from Quartz.com -- Graphic artist Yang Liu has a sharp eye for cultural comparison, honed by personal experience.

The cultural differences between East and West, according to one artist

The cultural differences between East and West, according to one artist. Graphic artist Yang Liu has a sharp eye for cultural comparison, honed by personal experience.

And Graphic Designer Vahran Muratyan having fun with comparing the very unique cultural characteristics of New York vs. Paris.

NYC by Vahram Muratyan - a tally of two cities: le super-héros (karl vs.

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