Sweet Little Sister - facial appearances chinese and japanese


facial appearances chinese and japanese - Sweet Little Sister

The most obvious way would be appearance and mannerisms. The Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans usually look different from each other. Of course, there are exceptions, but generally there is a noticeable difference in looks and mannerisms. It has to do with genetics, culture, mentality, lifestyle, etc. Oct 06,  · The Japanese people have a face which is longer and wider. Therefore the eyes look like one of the main features of the face while the Chinese people have a round and smaller face, so the eyes look the least prominent feature.

The Japanese face is generally longer and wider while the Korean face often has a more prominent jaw and high cheekbones. The Chinese face is typically round in shape. When it comes to the “windows of the soul”, the Japanese eyes are often described as angled upwards, contrary to the Chinese eyes which are usually angled downwards. Jul 09,  · The results of our survey, conducted amongst Han Chinese people living in Mainland China, found that preferred facial features include an oval facial shape, straight facial profile for women, pointy chin for both men and women, plump upper and lower lips with tapering volume towards the oral commissures and a well-defined Cupid’s bow with round apices, a straight or mildly concave nasal profile.

Oct 21,  · Recently, they collected hundreds of thousands of pictures of East Asian faces and fed them through an algorithm to figure out just what made Chinese, Japanese. Key difference: Japanese face is generally longer and/or more oval and wider than the Chinese face. Hence, Japanese eyes tend to appear wider. Most Japanese women have single eyelids. Also, Japanese eyes tend to be angled upwards a little.