Wednesday, October 24, 2018




3D Newspapers in China

3D Newspapers in China

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If you like 3D than these newspapers are something for you. This new newspaper is not the first one in China (already in Shiyan city) and it is issued in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, came out in 3D edition. Only some of the pages will provide 3D effects and these pages are usually advertisement.

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Image credit: 10yan.com



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Chinese federal route

Chinese federal route

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This route is most dangerous in the world, you only will look in the photograph. Road penetrates the mountains, where frequently occur collapses, landslides.

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National flags made with food

National flags made with food

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To get people excited about the Sydney International Food Festival and celebrate international food, national flags of participating countries were recreated using popular local foods of each nation.The advertising agency WHYBIN hired for the Sydney International Food Festival is so clever – they’ve come up with a really neat concept to promote the festival by creating food flags for the various countries represented. Each food flag contains a food that is generally identified with that country, and as a bonus, the color of the food corresponds with the color of the flag!

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China (pittaya/dragonfruit and starfruit)

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Australia (meat pie)

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Brazil (banana leaf, limes, pineapple, and passion fruit)

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France (cheeses and grapes)

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Greece (kalamata olives and feta cheese)

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India (curries, rice, and a pappadum wafer)

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Spain (chorizo and rice)

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Italy (basil, pasta, and tomatoes)

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Japan (tuna and rice)

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Lebanon (lavash, fattoush, and a herb sprig)

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South Korea (kimbap and sauces)

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Switzerland (charcuteries and emmental)

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Vietnam (rambutan, lychee, and starfruit)

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Indonesia (spicy curry and rice)



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Chinese New Year – Spring Festival

Chinese New Year – Spring Festival

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Chinese New Year or Spring Festival is the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays. It is sometimes called the Lunar New Year, especially by people outside China. The festival traditionally begins on the first day of the first lunar month in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th; this day is called Lantern Festival. Chinese New Year’s Eve is known as Chúx?. It literally means “Year-pass Eve”.

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