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Bottle of construction / Construction tools

Bottle of construction

According to data from developing countries, children in the poorest 20 per cent of the population still die three times more before the age of five than children in the richest 20 per cent.

In order to reduce the inequality between countries, we designed a double-layer cookie, one half of which is used by children with higher living standards in developed countries, and the other half is used to simulate the African bread which is used by children living in extreme poverty in sub-saharan Africa. It shows inequality between countries through the food children eat in rich and poor countries.

University

Fujian Universtiy Of Technology

Fujian Universtiy Of Technology
Minhou Fujian Province,P.R., China

Xuehan Xu,
Fujian Universtiy Of Technology

ShuYa Gong,
Fujian Universtiy Of Technology

HongSheng Han,
Fujian Universtiy Of Technology

JunYi Wu,
Fujian Universtiy Of Technology