Not sure this really fits on here to be honest, but it is fascinating.
Apparently Asians see the world in a different way to Westerners, according to this article from some science website I never heard of.
In summary, Asians pay more attention to the interrelatedness of things, while Americans of European extraction(the actual subject it seems) are more interested in bold features. This extends to conscious description of an image as well as studies of eye movement. Amazing.
May have greater relevance to Learning Rocks frankly, but I like this site.