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china y su cultura (chinese culture ) geografia, comida, lenguaje, turismo..

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  • Introduction • The People's Republic of China extends from 80 ° W to 120 ° W, meaning that China covers a twelfth of the length of the world, More than a fifth of the world's population lives within the borders of China. Gave birth to one of the world's earliest civilizations and has a recorded history that dates back some 3,500 years.
  • Bounds
  • Environments • in the north, is one of the coldest areas of the country where agricultural production is presented in every landscape. • south ever green forests. • The East, plains and rolling hills • In general, the west is dry with abundant deserts,comprises three of the highest mountains in the world the Tien Shan, the Kunlun Mountains and Qin Lingand, also is presented the mount everest
  • Natural resources The main natural resources of China are: coal, iron ore, oil, natural gas, mercury, tin, tungsten, aluminum , lead,, uranium, hydropower. The exploitation of the land: Arable land: 14%; Permanent pastures: 43%; Forests: 14%
  • Hydrography In China we find some of the great and fast flowing rivers of the world. They are huge rivers with basins that cross wide range of climates. It has more than 50,000 watersheds, the longest river in China is the Yangtze (or Blue River), which is 5,800 kilometers in length, making it one of the longest rivers in the world
  • Policy of the Republic of China
  • Policy of the china The policy of the Republic of China is based on a power structure comprising three key areas: the party and subordinated to it, the army and the state. The head of state is for the President of the Republic of China as the leader of the party's general secretary and leader of the military is the president of the Central Military Commission.
  • The judicial system Unlike what happens in other countries formally in China there is no independent judiciary. Although since the late 1970s there has been an attempt to develop an effective legal system based largely on the European continental law system, the judiciary remains under the authority of the party.
  • Constitution of the Republic of China
  • currency of the Republic of China
  • Chinese food
  • The shark fin soup:
  • Chinese mushrooms Sharkfin
  • soy sauce Chicken broth Bamboo yolk
  • Tagcu liji (Sweet and sour pork)
  • Pork soy sauce
  • Soy beans onion Chicken broth
  • Mandarin Mandarin Chinese is the official language. Unlike other languages​​, has a wide variety of dialects (5 recognized) and written forms (2 alphabets recognized). Currently, there is great confusion about categorization, but generally fall into five main dialects: Mandarin, Wu , Min, Yue and insulating hakka.
  • Es language par excellence all his words are monosyllabic and distinctive tone. This language belongs to the family but Tibetan, and also in other countries officially as the Republic of China and Singapore. It is the most spoken language in the world, with more than 1000 million native
  • FOR EXAMPLE: 旗: (flag) 英语: (English) 生活: (life) 中国: (china) 是: (be) 学校: (school) 学生: (students)
  • ¡Touristic places in China!
  • ...the most important are…
  • The Yangtze RiverLocated in South China
  • Terracotta ArmyXi'an, Central China
  • The bund Shanghai, East China
  • 110 floors (492m) 14 floors (468m)
  • The dragon boat Located in the China lakes
  • Yungang GrottoesDatong, North China
  • The Great Wall of China Across North China, near Beijing
  • Cataracts Of HuangguoshuLocated in South China
  • Jiuzhaigou ValleySichuan Province, China.
  • Tian Tan Buddha
  • vFirst, the dragon was historically the symbol of the Emperor of China and featured on the national flag to the end of the Qing Dynasty.
  • Second, the dragon has aggressive connotations that the Chinese government wishes to avoid
  • Myths about Great Wall of China
  • 1) Is the only construction of man that can be seen from space.
  • 2) It has a length of thousands of kilometers.
  • • 3) That the bodies of those who built it buried under the wall.
  • • The first myth: "It is the only human construction visible from the moon and space" was checked that says any manmade building out of sight from 480 km. The myth would have originated in the 1938 book "The Second Book of Wonders" by Richard Halliburton, written long before the man on the moon.
  • The second myth responds to exaggerate the length of the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall is not a construction unit but a series of walls, towers and fortifications of 5.500 miles (8,850 k) and 10,000 Li, as ancient China.
  • • The third myth is related to a legend of the Qin Dynasty. This is not true according to history and archeology, the bodies were found a few miles of the wall, as they would otherwise have lost the stability of the structure.
  • • The wall that we visited today is almost entirely built during the Ming Dynasty and most tourists visit Badalin, just 55 km from Beijing, which is the closest point and best restored. Like any major resort is a resort with ski lifts, trains, shops and restaurants.