CULTURAL VALUES Blue jean black jean Nike gym

CULTURAL VALUES  Blue jean black jean Nike gym

CULTURAL VALUES

Blue jean black jean Nike gym shoe

CowboY boots Cowboy hat socks Hair dryer Rice Wine Television onion and green pepper

Cellular phone rice paper Lap top

dolls toy ships bikes motorcycle windows floor mat JOHN DEER TRACKER Radio beanie baby Walkman Newspaper

Microwave pipe Dish washer tobacco Gum Cloth dryer cookies Cooking stove furnace toaster candy

Refrigerator bottle water Battery Coatsairplane train bus Shoes CD Player

mini CD player Boots picture frame Fishing rod foot stool white castle targets

Fried chicken Coffee screw driver Tea Coca cola Pepsi Race car

Trucks SUV Hats Footballs Soccers Peanut

handle bag pan slow cooker George Forman grill Bell bottoms jean mood ring Star Wars Figures smiley face stickers

tweed jackets microprocessor lotion nivea Avon computer chip Mexican food Japanese food Chinese food Mary K AY

BY Cynthia Halim

& MARY LEWIS

JAPANESE CULTURE Teamwork

Family comes first Anti-confrontational Large number of

population over small area (the size of California)

Tradition is important Not as environmentally conscious

WESTERN EUROPEAN

CULTURE Individualism is most important

Work comes first Social life Large number of

population over large geographical area Tradition is not as

important Unity among diversity Strict environmental

laws Japanese & Western European

Cultures He who seeks truth shall find beauty He who seeks beauty shall find vanity

He who seeks orders shall find gratification He who seeks gratification shall be disappointed He who considers himself the servant of his fellow beings shall

find the joy of self-expression He who seeks self-expression shall fall into the pit of arrogance Arrogance is incompatible with nature

Through nature, the nature of the universe and the nature of man, we shall seek truth If we seek truth, we shall find beauty

Moshe Safdie Japanese Culture

Vending machines (Jiddonhanbaiki)

Japanese Culture Famous Japanese toilets (many control

buttons performing different functions) Sink/toilet combo

Japanese Culture Bullet train

(Shinkasen) Western European Culture

Different approach to products (example: Shinkasen

interiors vs. ICE interiors)

Western European Culture German InterCity Express (ICE)

ICE3 influenced by Japanese Shinkasen

France TGV Japanese & Western European

Cultures Traditions

CULTURAL PRODUCTS CULTURE IS THE LEARNED PART OF THE ENVIRONMENT BECAUSE WE ARE RAISED

IN A CULTURE, WE LEARN A BROAD FRAMEWORK OF ETHICAL AND AESTHETIC VALUES .

sumo

Mexico Silver Espresso any one?

1914 WASHING mACHINE

Kamera Car Turn Table

Old Coffee Pot

By: Kaiman Children Book

1900s Woman

Hot Sauce 70s Music in the park

8 Track Tape

I cold Pepsi 1907 Washing Machine

Its a phone booth!

Coats The real thing!

Tattoos

Monaco Bay Women.

Red White Blue on Wheel

Tubs Custom Espresso

Dry Sink

Chair HATS

DUNKIN DONUT OF

ENGLAND

DRINKING A-CUP-OF-TEA-HONG HATS.

1924 Portable Radiola

FRUITS ANYONE? GIFT CARD

JELLY CABINET

8 Track Recorder Mexico Banner

Turkish Coffee

Egg Beater Tea?

Tea?

Deere, John Deere Nike!!!!!!!!!!!

Kid Hat

Russian Soul Baskin Robin Ice Cream Parlor

Stirring Tea

Good To The Last Drop Sanka

Postum Company enters into an agreement with the Sanka Coffee Corporation to market SANKA decaffeinated coffee

in the United States Revlon

Carson

For the look of your life

Carson Outback

International Products 7 Eleven Japan

Burger King England Food Lion Belgium A & P Germany

Libbys Switzerland Taster Choice Switzerland French Mustard - England

Suave

Icon's Icons

Mosaic Tile Designs

The End National cultures

By ME214 Cynthia Halim

& Mary Lewis

Music by Antonio Vivalad

Le quattro stagioni Lestate - #3 Presto Vuena Vista Social Club by Ifrahim Ferrer Cuban Music

Exile by Geoffrey Oryema Stanford University

ME214 Prof. Dave Beach

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