Africa – Continuous life</li></li></ul><li>Colors and Demography<br />GENDER:<br />Women prefer soft colorsand menprefer bright ones. <br />Women recognized significantly more elaborate colors than did the men. <br />AGE:<br /><ul><li>Younger children are attracted by strong, warm, and intensecolors.
Older people finding “subdued‟ colors more attractive </li></li></ul><li>CLIMATE:<br />Those who live in climates with a lot of sunlight prefer warm bright colors; while those from climates with less sunlight prefer cooler, less saturated colors. <br />LANGUAGE:<br />
Colors-Trivia<br />black and red signifies happiness to Chinese people, and therefore the colour combination is commonly used for wedding invitations.<br />Purple is associated with expensive for subjects from Japan, PRC, and South Korea. In contrast, respondents from the United States associate purple with inexpensive<br /> <br />The English “to feel blue” has no equivalent in other languages while in German “blausein” (literally: to be blue) means to be drunk or in Russian “голубой” (literally: light blue) means to be homosexual.<br />
Many Europeans are in white collar or blue collar jobs and most of them see pink elephants when drunk. <br />Being in the red is not desirable in any European country<br />The Greens are environmentalists and intelligent people have a lot of grey matter all over Europe.<br />
<ul><li>When they are scared the French are green with fear, while the Italians are blue or white.</li></ul>When hitting the bull’s eye, the Germans hit the black while the Spaniards hit the white. <br />The middle traffic light is amber in Britain, yellow in Italy, Germany and Spain and orange in France. <br />