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Written by Maria Giglio Attention boyfriends of the world, I’m about to tell you the secret to a woman’s heart: if you love her, bring her flowers. That’s right, that’s it. Every woman in the world has a thing with flowers… unless she’s allergic, of course. In any case, no doubt she will fall in …
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Written by: Stefania Miletti The traditional Chinese garden, known as Zhōngguó yuánlín (中國園林,中国园林), is characterized by the search for balance and harmony between human and nature, often with the recreation of a miniature landscape. These gardens try to recreate natural visual balances, for example by sculpting rocks as if they were eroded by atmospheric agents.  …
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Written by Maria Giglio Why moving furniture gives you thrills? Ask the Universe.   Feng Shui (风水, literally wind and water), the traditional Chinese geomancy, teaches how to set up our living space so to keep the Universal energy, Qi, in balance between its opposites Yin and Yang, and thus live better.  Want to know how? Here …
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Written by Juliette Qi   As a country with a long history and refined civilization, China has a real taste for brightly colored furniture, which is heavily influenced by and involved in oriental and Asian traditions. Indeed, Chinese furniture exhibits both the common characteristics of Asian furniture and the main characteristics of traditional Chinese culture. Ancient …
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Written by Juliette Qi   It seems that Asian-style decoration is slowly infiltrating contemporary decor. It attracts everyone due to its serenity, its relaxing forms and its diversity which is in harmony with modern interior design. But how can we integrate the original Asian style into our interior? Can we create a modern and elegant decor …
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Written by Juliette Qi   Nowadays, China and its ancestral traditions still inspire decorators looking for new ideas. At the same time, Chinese style deco accessories have become a kind of travel guides to the other side of the world.   For Europe, China represents above all exoticism and passion from elsewhere. In the eighteenth century, …
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Written by Juliette Qi In recent years, Feng Shui has been experiencing a huge craze. It is neither science nor religion and is based on ancient Chinese knowledge. The purpose of Feng Shui is to arrange the space in order to optimize the circulation of Cosmic Energy and to improve your quality of life. If Feng …
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Many people are looking to simplify their lives and one way to do this is to simplify their surroundings. For centuries, Asian cultures have lived their lives surrounded by simple, yet elegant furnishings, furniture, and art. Asian interiors are designed to bring peace, balance, and serenity to the space, which is kept simple and uncluttered. …
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