Chinese Wall Decor

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  • In business, a Chinese wall or firewall is an information barrier implemented within a firm to separate and isolate persons who make investment decisions from persons who are privy to undisclosed material information which may influence those decisions.
  • An insurmountable barrier, esp. to the passage of information or communication
  • a fortification 1,500 miles long built across northern China in the 3rd century BC; it averages 6 meters in width
  • Chinese Wall is a 1984 album by Philip Bailey which was released on the Columbia Records label. Chinese Wall has been certified gold in the US. The album reached number 22 and number 10 on the Billboard 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts respectively.
  • The furnishing and decoration of a room
  • Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment.
  • The decoration and scenery of a stage
  • interior decoration: decoration consisting of the layout and furnishings of a livable interior
  • The style of decoration of a room, building
chinese wall decor - Feng Shui
Feng Shui Rattan Scroll Picture Asian Art Home Decor - Wall Hanging
Feng Shui Rattan Scroll Picture Asian Art Home Decor - Wall Hanging
This Listing Is For (1) Scroll - Brand New In Box.
Beautiful Ratan Made Scroll Picture Featuring A Beautiful Feng Shui Scene With Chinese Calligraphy - Great Wall Decor.
H 29.5" x W 12.5"
Add authentic Oriental charm to your home decor with these rattan made scroll pictures. They are lightweight and very easy to hang on wall with the attached silk tie. Very beautiful and detailed pictures making them stunning pieces of wall art.
Scrolls are a kind of artistic work by painting on rattan, they are very popular collectibles and home decoration articles in asian countries. This rattan scroll is weighted with a dowel on the bottom. It is specailly finished for Oriental antique accent.
Be surrounded and inspired by peace and joy. Be open to new cultures and customs and embrace differences. Blend the beauty and tranquility of Asian art and decor into your lifestyle.
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Wall art Decor brush pen gift for mother
Wall art Decor brush pen gift for mother
Asia Chinese wall art decor brush pen is a great gift for mother and bead is rustic and distressed. Totally it is 8 pcs round ball beads together. Model: HZJ-107 Size/Dimensions/Weight: Length: 39 CM, Bead Dia: 3 CM Length: 15 Inch, Bead Dia: 1.2 Inch Due to handmade measurements and unregular shapes of beads for size it is a little bit discrepancy. Materials utilised: beads, Horse hair, Ox Bone.
Home wall decor art hanging brush
Home wall decor art hanging brush
Home wall decor art hanging brush It is 13 pcs glazed pottery and ceramic bead jewelry. Each art pottery bead is varied due to handmade nature. Model: HZJ-009 Size/Dimensions/Weight: Length: 27 CM, Ceramics Max Size: 1 CM Length: 10.6 Inch, Ceramics Max Size: 0.4 Inch Due to handmade measurements and unregular shapes of raw materials it exists a little bit discrepancy. Materials utilised: Glazed pottery and Ceramics, Horse hair, Ox Bone.
chinese wall decor
Chinese Walls
Investopedia defines a Chinese wall as "An ethical barrier between divisions of a financial (or other) institution to avoid conflict of interest". The recent global financial crisis suggested that, although desirable and necessary, at least in some financial institutions the concept has been more honoured in the breach than in the observance. But are Chinese walls a good thing in personal matters?
Nicholas Powell, thrusting young Group Public Affairs executive in the London- and Hong Kong-based United International Bank, makes the treble mistake of falling in love with someone who is a junior member of the bank, who is Chinese, and who is, above all, a man. Attempting to make a life for himself and his lover Daniel, Nicholas builds Chinese walls around his private world and believes they will be enough to allow him to survive in the at best amoral, at worst decidedly immoral corporate and world he has chosen. His, though, are Chinese walls that his superiors might respect when it suits them but are more than likely to tear down when it doesn't.

Set in the culturally and financially linked cities of Hong Kong and London, this novel is a modern morality tale that couples a serious attack on contemporary banking and social mores with an exciting whodunit. Full of the sights, sounds and smells of both cities, the novel explores the difficulty not only of living a gay life, but of "mixed" relationships that have to meld both East and West, family life and work, ambition and emotional fulfilment in the globalised world of today.