The Global Moment

East Meets West

In her iconic series, Chinese-born, German-raised artist Yang Liu uses simple pictograms depicting key cultural differences between East and West. China is represented by the red side and Germany by the blue.

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Anonymous

I've been living in asia for the past two years, and i think it's hilarious. They are a bit obvious, yes. But the obvious stuff is obvious and can also say something deeper once the initial humor and novelty has warn off.

Anonymous

I've been living in asia for the past two years, and i think it's hilarious. They are a bit obvious, yes. But the obvious stuff is obvious and can also say something deeper once the initial humor and novelty has warn off.

Anonymous

There are of course reasons why stereotypes come to exist. Just thought i'd point this often overlooked fact out. Sorry.

Anonymous

There are of course reasons why stereotypes come to exist. Just thought i'd point this often overlooked fact out. Sorry.

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