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Often considered a feminine color, pink has a strong masculine association in Japan derived from the blossoms of cherry trees. In the days of the Samurai, those highly abundant spring blossoms were said to represent fallen warriors. Ironic since pink affects us mentally by encouraging friendliness, discouraging aggression and causing us to crave sugar.

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In India, one of the more popular tourist destinations is Jaipur City, known as the Pink City. A large number of the city's sandstone structures are painted pink to reflect heat and keep them cool.

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