Characteristics of the population of Asia. The population of Foreign Asia is different: a large number (more than 3 billion), high growth rate, a complex structure uneven location.
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“Public transportation” – Activities to reduce pollution of the urban environment. The composition of the vehicle fleet of Moscow. The transport strategy. Transport In Moscow. The positive and negative aspects of the use of vehicles. Rail. Buses. Trolleybuses and trams. Water transport. Opinion about the prospects of this or that kind of transport. Metro. Measures to reduce emissions from road transport.
“State Of India” – India Gate. Hawa Mahal. The four main industrial center. Udaipur. Industry. Geology. The Secretariat building. Hampi. The JAMA Masjid Mosque. Religion. The Minaret Of Qutab Minar. The Flag Of India. Learn about the attractions. Indian rupee. Darjeeling. Church Of St. Anthony. The size and length. New Delhi. The red Fort. The population. Traditional clothing. National structure. The head of state. The state of the device.
“The Saratov harmonica” – a Book with an inscription. Saratov. A study of the exhibits of the school Museum. Tour of foreign Continue reading
Probably Japanese design is so popular nowadays because of its simplicity, elegance, originality of colors – all this is impossible without taking into account the traditions that permeate the daily life of each citizen. Japanese design packaging has its own deep history, quite different from the history of packaging in Europe, America and other developed countries. If the concept of packaging in Europe first meant a meaning of “close”, “sign”, “save”, then in Japan under the originally packaging was meant “wrap”, “wrapping”. Even the literal translation from Japanese into English sounds rather not package design and wrapping design.
Impossible, perhaps, to determine, when Japan began the process of “wrapping” . but he was linked, as in Europe, the necessity of the preservation and conservation of food. Unlike European countries with a relatively cold and harsh climate and, as a result, the meat diet, the first Japanese settlements emerged in places more conducive to gathering and fishing. There was no vital necessity to preserve meat for later, every time of the year pleased with their fresh products. Mild monsoon Continue reading