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Black just doesn't mean Black (neither does White): Emotional Intelligence and Cultural Intelligence

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Stop seeing the world in terms of your culture's black and white today.

What Colors Mean in Other Cultures | The Huffington Post colors--mean-in-other_b_9078674.html

Jan 26, 2016 -- But in many Middle Eastern countries, such as Egypt, orange is associated with mourning. In Japanese and Chinese cultures, orange signifies courage, happiness, love, and good health. And in Indian cultures, it's symbolic of fire. The orange-colored spice, saffron, is considered to be lucky and sacred.

Cultural color & symbolism -- Empower Yourself With Color Psychology


An understanding of cultural color and symbolism is essential to anyone doing " the differences in meanings of colors between different cultures and countries.

Symbolism Of Colors and Color Meanings Around The World color--symbolism-and-meanings-around-the-world

Apr 3, 2015 -- In Hinduism, saffron (a soft orange color) is considered auspicious and sacred. In the Netherlands, orange is the color of the Dutch Royal family, while it also represents sexuality and fertility in Colombia. In Eastern cultures, orange symbolizes love, happiness, humility, and good health.

[PDF]Colours across cultures -- Global Propaganda

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A single colour can have many different meanings in different cultures. In Asia " In addition to all the traditional meanings associated with colours in various.

What Do Colors Mean in Different Cultures? -- HOW Design"/online"/what-do- colors--mean-in-different--cultures/

Feb 14, 2017 -- It's fascinating to discover how color conjures different traits and perceptions. Especially when you notice the differences among color "

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Same colour, two different meanings: red is perceived as the colour of communism and Russia used to be a communist country, but red is also the colour of "

Colours in Cultures -- Information is Beautiful colours-in-cultures/

Credits. DESIGN: and David McCandless. RESEARCH: David McCandless, Pearl Doughty-White, Alexia Wdowski "

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