If you were to ask a stranger at a bar what their blood type was, the best-case scenario in most of the world would be that you'd receive some very strange looks. But if you were in Japan or South Korea, you might actually get a response. In these cultures, blood type is believed to influence personality much in the same way that zodiac signs work in Western cultures. The reason why this came to be a cultural phenomenon in these places, though, has something of a dark history. For the curious, here's how the system works.
Everyone falls under a given blood type and group. More concerns are mounting on whether married couples should worry about their differences in blood groups. Does blood group compatibility for marriage matter? Well, there are many speculations and perceptions regarding this subject, but what is the truth? A difference in blood groups of partners in a marriage is not a happiness killer. To lead a healthy marriage, it requires, among other things, understanding, and unconditional love between partners.
Full Text for Panels 1 - 18 Panel 1 : All relatives, everyone different A single species and more than 6 billion unique men and women The 6 billion human beings who today inhabit the earth are very different from one another. However, despite these differences, there are no biological barriers between them. All the men and women of the world could have children together and their children, in turn, could have their own children.
You could say it's in his blood. We have more than people signed up for this event. Kawamoto created a social group 13 years ago when he was new to the city, and he's been coordinating parties ever since.