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Colours (English)
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Colours (English)

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  • 1. Where is the black, there is not the colour. It is a fashion colour, but it also reminds the fear, it is the colour of the suffering, but for someone it represents the prosperity. For Chinese people it is a neutral colour, nothing may run away from a black hole. black
  • 2. Red makes eyes flow, it is fire’s colour, it suggests danger, you will stop if the traffic lights are red, “being in red" means you have debts, in China it means good luck. red
  • 3. Yellow is the fear and prudence colour: it appears before red in the traffic lights... lots of taxis are yellow. Among animals it means danger… why are bees and wasps yellow and black? yellow
  • 4. Green is the colour of nature, the colour of wishes but it also describes the envy, green is the colour of the youth, spring is green. green
  • 5. For ancient Greeks and Romans it meant barbarian populations, in the old Egypt was the colour of the eternity, in Oriental cultures who had blue eyes were strong, the sky is blue, water has not colour but reflects the sky. blue
  • 6. White embodies the greatest brightness but no hue. It is the colour of purity, of joy, of the feast, it symbolizes the peace, but in India and in China it is the ghosts’ and mourning’s colour. white
  • 7. White embodies the greatest brightness but no hue. It is the colour of purity, of joy, of the feast, it symbolizes the peace, but in India and in China it is the ghosts’ and mourning’s colour. white

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