This is the meaning of Emojis in other cultures

no one has dominated the small Pictograms as the Japanese Shigetaka Kurita, who designed it in 1999 for a Japanese mobile service provider. The faces of the pas

This is the meaning of Emojis in other cultures

no one has dominated the small Pictograms as the Japanese Shigetaka Kurita, who designed it in 1999 for a Japanese mobile service provider. The faces of the past just from the mouth and eyes. In 2010, the Emoji were incorporated into Unicode, the Standard for digital encoding. Meanwhile, there are more than 3,000 symbols to choose from. But care when you Chat with people from other cultures, because the meaning of the Emoji may be quite different (t-online).

This article was written by Sonja Baer

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Updated Date: 17 July 2020, 20:27

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