Taiwan Classes

The culture of consumerism has erred in several respects. First, it contradicted the aforementioned condition, over the heads of cultural diversities, replacing universal trinkets or creating a pseudo diversity where a worker or a clerk German Japanese can enjoy two days of craft Peruvian made in China or five days of the most beautiful venetian blinds imported from Taiwan before they break through use. Second, it has also threatened the ecological balance with unlimited withdrawals and repayments in the form of garbage immortal. Concrete examples we can observe around us. We could say that it is fortunate that a worker can enjoy the comforts that they were previously reserved only for the upper classes, the unproductive classes, the consumer classes.

However, this consumption-induced cultural and ideological pressure has become many times on the purpose of worker and an instrument of the economy. What logically means that the individual tools has become half of the economy as an individual-consumer. In almost all developed countries or developing the "development model" that invade the furniture market are designed to last a few years. Or a few months. They are beautiful, have good eyesight as almost everything in the culture of consumption, but if we look securely, it scratched, lose a screw or bevel remaining. Now is an exoticism that concern my family of carpenters to improve the design of a chair to make it last a hundred years. But the new disposable furniture mostly do not bother us because we know that cost little money and that in two or three years we will buy new ones, which incidentally gives more interest and variation in the decoration of our homes and offices and especially stimulate the economy in the world.