Japanese gardens arose under the impression of Chinese gardens. The difference between Japanese and Chinese gardens, S. S. Ozhegov describes as “… In Japan, the garden is formed around a compact, generally symmetrical group of buildings. The Chinese garden includes a symmetrical group of buildings with an axial build, and usually with courtyards. In China, the most expressive point of view on the landscape are highlighted by pergolas, gates, special round openings (in the shape of the moon). Japanese garden design so that a change of beautiful scenery was continuously driven along the route…”.
Religion of Japan – Shinto is rooted in nature. The ceremony and the gods of Shinto are closely linked with the seasons and the scenery. With the building of the capital city – Kyoto – the culture of gardens beginning to bloom. This time is known as the Heian period (794 – 1185 CE) which is associated with the appearance of the characteristic style for gardens. Many gardens in this period occupied a large territory. Almost always in the center of the garden was a large pond that served as water supplies. In the gardens so dear to early flowering plants, paid great attention to the evergreens and conifers. For autumn flowering is widely used chrysanthemum. The Japanese garden is a huge source of images for the viewer, a place of transformation and area of a dreamer that allows you to transcend everyday reality. Continue reading
National peculiarities of the genital organs
Australian researchers shared results of a rather unusual but very interesting work. Experts of the international rating of the size of erect penises from the data received from all over the world.
The fact that the size of penis is always a topical issue for males, is hardly a unique discovery. It is enough to read the work of any reputable psychologists and psychoanalysts to realize that the attitude to the dignity of the stronger sex is very anxious. More tremulous than women, most of which relate to their genitals, to put it mildly, neutrally. Some macho enough to show a picture of a threat to the male groin – and he will demonstrate a number of symptoms for his particular emotional and even physiological state. The connection of man’s consciousness with bodily bottom, first of all, instinctively, and for a number of reasons (e.g. cultural) – the strongest and very special. Men’s “I” directly associated with the body at the bottom. So the penis size worried, concerned, and probably will be for a long time to excite the stronger sex.
But what scientists found out from Australia?
Perhaps someone will not believe. Doubted the veracity of the data. But anyway, Continue reading
Features of development of the countries of Central Asia after the collapse of the USSR. Kazakhstan – the Development of the countries of Central Asia after the collapse of the Soviet Union – history
Features of development of the countries of Central Asia after the collapse of the USSR. Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan adopted the Declaration of sovereignty on 25 October 1990 Kazakhstan’s Independence was proclaimed on 16 December 1991 in the last of the Soviet republics.
Kazakhstan is huge (2725 thousand sq. km) territory: from the foothills of the southern Urals to the Tien Shan, from the Caspian to the plains of Western Siberia. Kazakhstan is a country of ancient civilization of the Eurasian continent, the homeland of nomadic tribes, a solid piece of the Great silk road (1,400 km). [15,p. 125]
About 60% of Kazakhstan urbanized. This is the most urbanized Republic in Central Asia. In Almaty, the southern capital of the Republic has the largest number of people (about 1.5 million inhabitants). The cities with the largest number of residents: Astana (500,000), Karaganda (436,000), Shymkent (360,000), Taraz (330,000), Ust – Kamenogorsk (311,000) and Pavlodar (300,000).
Kazakhstan’s population includes many ethnic groups with their cultural, language and historical specificity. The largest ethnic group – Kazakhs (45%) and Russians (35%), more than 100 other nationalities. The main religions are Islam and Christianity.