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Mongolia and Taiwan
Mongolia: Location
Mongolia: Location
Mongolia: Location• Mongolia lies in east central Asia between China  and Russia.
Mongolia: Location• Mongolia lies in east central Asia between China  and Russia.• It is a (1) LANDLOCKED country, which m...
Mongolia: Location• Mongolia lies in east central Asia between China  and Russia.• It is a (1) LANDLOCKED country, which m...
Land
Land
Land• Rugged mountains  and high (2)  PLATEAUS cover  most of the country.
Land• Rugged mountains  and high (2)  PLATEAUS cover  most of the country.• The (3) GOBI  DESERT spreads  through central ...
Land• Rugged mountains  and high (2)  PLATEAUS cover  most of the country.• The (3) GOBI  DESERT spreads  through central ...
Economy
Economy
Economy     • Mongolia’s       economy relies       mainly on (4)       LIVESTOCK.
Economy     • Mongolia’s       economy relies       mainly on (4)       LIVESTOCK.     • Many farmers herd       goats, sh...
Economy     • Mongolia’s       economy relies       mainly on (4)       LIVESTOCK.     • Many farmers herd       goats, sh...
People
People
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the popu...
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the popu...
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the popu...
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the popu...
People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION  people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in  the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the popu...
People
People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS.  These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and  a...
People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS.  These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and  a...
People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS.  These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and  a...
People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS.  These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and  a...
People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS.  These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and  a...
Did you know?
Did you know?
Did you know?     • Mongolia is called the Land of       the Blue Sky because it       averages (11) 257 cloudless       d...
Did you know?     • Mongolia is called the Land of       the Blue Sky because it       averages (11) 257 cloudless       d...
Did you know?     • Mongolia is called the Land of       the Blue Sky because it       averages (11) 257 cloudless       d...
Taiwan: Location and Land
Taiwan: Location and Land
Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about  (13) 100 miles off the  southeast coast of China.
Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about  (13) 100 miles off the  southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14)...
Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about  (13) 100 miles off the  southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14)...
Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about  (13) 100 miles off the  southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14)...
Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about  (13) 100 miles off the  southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14)...
History
History           Mao Zedong          Chiang Kai-shek
History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST  party led by Mao Zedong,  defeated the (17) NATIONALIS  party, led by Chiang Kai-she...
History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST  party led by Mao Zedong,  defeated the (17) NATIONALIS  party, led by Chiang Kai-she...
History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST  party led by Mao Zedong,  defeated the (17) NATIONALIS  party, led by Chiang Kai-she...
History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST  party led by Mao Zedong,  defeated the (17) NATIONALIS  party, led by Chiang Kai-she...
Economy
Economy
Economy   • Taiwan’s economy relies     mainly on (19) HIGH-     TECHNOLOGY industries,     such as computers and     elec...
Economy   • Taiwan’s economy relies     mainly on (19) HIGH-     TECHNOLOGY industries,     such as computers and     elec...
Economy   • Taiwan’s economy relies     mainly on (19) HIGH-     TECHNOLOGY industries,     such as computers and     elec...
People
People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban  areas.
People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban  areas.
People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban  areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million pe...
People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban  areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million pe...
People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban  areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million pe...
People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban  areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million pe...
Did you know?
Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.
Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.• (25) BASEBALL is a popular sport.
Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.• (25) BASEBALL is a popular sport.• 85-90% of young adults wear eyeglasses, probabl...
Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.• (25) BASEBALL is a popular sport.• 85-90% of young adults wear eyeglasses, probabl...
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    1. 1. Mongolia and Taiwan
    2. 2. Mongolia: Location
    3. 3. Mongolia: Location
    4. 4. Mongolia: Location• Mongolia lies in east central Asia between China and Russia.
    5. 5. Mongolia: Location• Mongolia lies in east central Asia between China and Russia.• It is a (1) LANDLOCKED country, which means that there are no oceans or seas near it.
    6. 6. Mongolia: Location• Mongolia lies in east central Asia between China and Russia.• It is a (1) LANDLOCKED country, which means that there are no oceans or seas near it.• It is twice the size of Texas.
    7. 7. Land
    8. 8. Land
    9. 9. Land• Rugged mountains and high (2) PLATEAUS cover most of the country.
    10. 10. Land• Rugged mountains and high (2) PLATEAUS cover most of the country.• The (3) GOBI DESERT spreads through central and southern Mongolia.
    11. 11. Land• Rugged mountains and high (2) PLATEAUS cover most of the country.• The (3) GOBI DESERT spreads through central and southern Mongolia.• Temperatures are usually very cold in the winter or very hot in the summer.
    12. 12. Economy
    13. 13. Economy
    14. 14. Economy • Mongolia’s economy relies mainly on (4) LIVESTOCK.
    15. 15. Economy • Mongolia’s economy relies mainly on (4) LIVESTOCK. • Many farmers herd goats, sheep, cattle, and camels.
    16. 16. Economy • Mongolia’s economy relies mainly on (4) LIVESTOCK. • Many farmers herd goats, sheep, cattle, and camels. • In limited areas, (5) FARMERS grow small amounts of wheat, barley, and oats.
    17. 17. People
    18. 18. People
    19. 19. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.
    20. 20. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.
    21. 21. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.
    22. 22. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.
    23. 23. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the population lives in suburban areas. The rest of the population lives in rural areas.
    24. 24. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the population lives in suburban areas. The rest of the population lives in rural areas.• Most Mongolians are (7) BUDDHIST.
    25. 25. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the population lives in suburban areas. The rest of the population lives in rural areas.• Most Mongolians are (7) BUDDHIST.
    26. 26. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the population lives in suburban areas. The rest of the population lives in rural areas.• Most Mongolians are (7) BUDDHIST.
    27. 27. People• There are (6) 2.8 MILLION people.• (7) 33% of the population lives in the capital, Ulaanbaatar.• 25% of the population lives in suburban areas. The rest of the population lives in rural areas.• Most Mongolians are (7) BUDDHIST.• Most people in rural areas are (8) NOMADS, people who move from place to place with herds of animals.
    28. 28. People
    29. 29. People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS. These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and a door. Its average size is 18 feet wide and is covered with one or more layers of sheep-wool felt and a white cloth. It’s easy to dismantle and put together and is warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
    30. 30. People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS. These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and a door. Its average size is 18 feet wide and is covered with one or more layers of sheep-wool felt and a white cloth. It’s easy to dismantle and put together and is warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
    31. 31. People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS. These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and a door. Its average size is 18 feet wide and is covered with one or more layers of sheep-wool felt and a white cloth. It’s easy to dismantle and put together and is warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
    32. 32. People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS. These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and a door. Its average size is 18 feet wide and is covered with one or more layers of sheep-wool felt and a white cloth. It’s easy to dismantle and put together and is warm in the winter and cool in the summer.• Most Mongolians live with their immediate family; (10) GRANDPARENTS live with their youngest son. Grandparents are treated with great respect for their wisdom and life experience.
    33. 33. People• These people live in traditional homes called (9) GERS. These are tents with wooden lattice, a roof frame, and a door. Its average size is 18 feet wide and is covered with one or more layers of sheep-wool felt and a white cloth. It’s easy to dismantle and put together and is warm in the winter and cool in the summer.• Most Mongolians live with their immediate family; (10) GRANDPARENTS live with their youngest son. Grandparents are treated with great respect for their wisdom and life experience.• Public school is provided for children starting at age 7. It lasts for eight years.
    34. 34. Did you know?
    35. 35. Did you know?
    36. 36. Did you know? • Mongolia is called the Land of the Blue Sky because it averages (11) 257 cloudless days a year.
    37. 37. Did you know? • Mongolia is called the Land of the Blue Sky because it averages (11) 257 cloudless days a year. • The Mongol ruler (12) GENGHIS KHAN and his descendants created the largest continuous land empire in history.
    38. 38. Did you know? • Mongolia is called the Land of the Blue Sky because it averages (11) 257 cloudless days a year. • The Mongol ruler (12) GENGHIS KHAN and his descendants created the largest continuous land empire in history. • In Mongolia, a fast-running (13) HORSE is an especially prized possession.
    39. 39. Taiwan: Location and Land
    40. 40. Taiwan: Location and Land
    41. 41. Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about (13) 100 miles off the southeast coast of China.
    42. 42. Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about (13) 100 miles off the southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14) TAIPEI.
    43. 43. Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about (13) 100 miles off the southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14) TAIPEI.
    44. 44. Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about (13) 100 miles off the southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14) TAIPEI.• Thick, forested mountains run through the center of Taiwan.
    45. 45. Taiwan: Location and Land• Taiwan is located about (13) 100 miles off the southeast coast of China.• The capital is (14) TAIPEI.• Thick, forested mountains run through the center of Taiwan.• Like southeastern China, Taiwan has a humid (15) SUBTROPICAL climate. They experience mild winters and hot, rainy summers.
    46. 46. History
    47. 47. History Mao Zedong Chiang Kai-shek
    48. 48. History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST party led by Mao Zedong, defeated the (17) NATIONALIS party, led by Chiang Kai-shek. Mao Zedong Chiang Kai-shek
    49. 49. History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST party led by Mao Zedong, defeated the (17) NATIONALIS party, led by Chiang Kai-shek.• The Nationalists fled to Taiwan Mao Zedong and expected to regroup before returning to China. Chiang Kai-shek
    50. 50. History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST party led by Mao Zedong, defeated the (17) NATIONALIS party, led by Chiang Kai-shek.• The Nationalists fled to Taiwan Mao Zedong and expected to regroup before returning to China.• They could not return to China, so Chiang Kai-shek declared his government the official government of China. Chiang Kai-shek
    51. 51. History• In 1949, the (16) COMMUNIST party led by Mao Zedong, defeated the (17) NATIONALIS party, led by Chiang Kai-shek.• The Nationalists fled to Taiwan Mao Zedong and expected to regroup before returning to China.• They could not return to China, so Chiang Kai-shek declared his government the official government of China.• Today, Taiwan’s official name is the (18) REPUBLIC OF CHINA. Chiang Kai-shek
    52. 52. Economy
    53. 53. Economy
    54. 54. Economy • Taiwan’s economy relies mainly on (19) HIGH- TECHNOLOGY industries, such as computers and electronic equipment.
    55. 55. Economy • Taiwan’s economy relies mainly on (19) HIGH- TECHNOLOGY industries, such as computers and electronic equipment. • Taiwan’s mountains limit available farmland.
    56. 56. Economy • Taiwan’s economy relies mainly on (19) HIGH- TECHNOLOGY industries, such as computers and electronic equipment. • Taiwan’s mountains limit available farmland. • On the small amount of farmland that is around, farmers grow rice, bananas, corn, sugar, and tea.
    57. 57. People
    58. 58. People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban areas.
    59. 59. People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban areas.
    60. 60. People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million people.
    61. 61. People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million people.• The official language is (22) MANDARIN CHINESE. Most residents also speak Taiwanese.
    62. 62. People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million people.• The official language is (22) MANDARIN CHINESE. Most residents also speak Taiwanese.• (23) 93% of people practice a combination of Buddhism, Confucianism, and Daoism.
    63. 63. People• 75% of Taiwan’s (20) 23 million people live in urban areas.• Taipei, the capital city, has over (21) 7 million people.• The official language is (22) MANDARIN CHINESE. Most residents also speak Taiwanese.• (23) 93% of people practice a combination of Buddhism, Confucianism, and Daoism.• Education is free for nine years. Then students must pass exams to get into high school. Students will then study up to (24) 16 hours a day, seven days a week, for an entire year in order to pass a test to get in to University.
    64. 64. Did you know?
    65. 65. Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.
    66. 66. Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.• (25) BASEBALL is a popular sport.
    67. 67. Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.• (25) BASEBALL is a popular sport.• 85-90% of young adults wear eyeglasses, probably because of the emphasis on studying.
    68. 68. Did you know?• It is impolite to wink.• (25) BASEBALL is a popular sport.• 85-90% of young adults wear eyeglasses, probably because of the emphasis on studying.• Loud or boisterous behavior is considered in poor taste.
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