Hello Yellow !

Oooooohhhhh, how i love the smell of yellow in the morning !!!


Following the link above i discovered some pretty interesting facts about that color.

Yellow is commonly associated with gold, sunshine, reason, optimism and pleasure, but also withenvy, jealousy and betrayal. It plays an important part in Asian culture, particularly in China.”

Asiaaaaa, Japan, China, Korea …. coooooool. o.O


Sunflowers (1888) by Vincent Van Gogh is a fountain of yellows.

The picture is just superb!


The Yellow Kid (1895) was one of the first comic strip characters. He gave his name to type of sensational reporting called Yellow Journalism.”

Didn’t know that !


Yellow is the most common color of flowers; the color makes it the most visible to the insects who are needed to bring pollen to the flowers.”

Roses are yellow,

Violets are yellow,

I came too late,

Couldn’t say hello! :)


In the west, yellow is not a well-loved color; in a 2000 survey, only six percent of respondents in Europe and America named it as their favorite color. compared with 45 percent for blue, 15 percent for green, 12 percent for red, and 10 percent for black. For seven percent of respondents, it was their least favorite color. Yellow is the color of ambivalence and contradiction, the color associated with optimism and amusement but also with betrayal and duplicity. But in China and other parts of Asia, yellow is a color of virtue and nobility.

Asia is wiser then the West ! Do you know, if you have type B blood, your ancestors came from Mongolia/China region ?! o.O


“Yellow has strong historical and cultural associations in China, where it is the color of happiness, glory, and wisdom. In China, there are five directions of the compass; north, south, east, west, and the middle, each with a symbolic color. Yellow signifies the middle. China is called the Middle Kingdom; the palace of the Emperor was considered to be in the exact center of the world. The name of the legendary first Emperor of China, Huang Ti, meant literally “the Yellow Emperor.” The last emperor of China, Puyi (1906-1967), described in his memoirs how every object which surrounded him as a child was yellow. “It made me understand from my most tender age that I was of a unique essence, and it instilled in me the consciousness of my “celestial nature” which made me different from every other human.” The Chinese Emperor was literally considered the child of heaven, with both a political and religious role, both symbolized by yellow. Only members of the Imperial household were permitted to wear yellow. Distinguished visitors were honored with a yellow, not a red, carpet. In Chinese symbolismyellow, red and green are masculine colors, while black and white are considered feminine. In the traditional symbolism of the two opposites which complement each other, the yin and yangthe masculine yang is traditionally represented by yellow. Just as there are five elements, five directions and five colors in the Chinese world-view,there are also five seasons; summer, winter, fall, spring, and the end of summer, symbolized by yellow leaves.

Did you watched the movie The Curse Of The Golden Flower ?


Stunning images !!!


Yellow is the most visible color from a distance, so it is often used for objects that need to be seen, such as fire engines, road maintenance equipment, school buses and taxicabs. It is also often used for warning signs, since yellow traditionally signals caution, rather than danger. Ayellow light on a traffic signal means slow down, but not stop; a yellow penalty card in a soccer match means warning, but not expulsion.”

I’m speechless ! Slow down, but not stop … hmmmmmmm … (o-O)


Yellow is the color most associated with optimism and pleasure; it is a color designed to attract attention, and for amusementYellow dresses in fashion are rare, but always associated with gaiety and celebration.

Ask me if i give a shit of how rare it is, but sure is a celebration. (^-^)


Mata ashita !!!

Ki o tsukete !!!



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