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  1. 1. EAST ASIA Submitted by: Samuelson Ame Alyza Kyle Delos Santos Lorelyn Bartican
  3. 3. CHINA China is officially the People's Republic of China (PRC); is a sovereign state located in East Asia.
  4. 4. Beijing -is the capital of the People's Republic of China and one of the most populous cities in the world.
  5. 5. Geography China's total area is approximately 9,600,000 km2 (3,700,000 sq mi).
  6. 6. Landscape and Climate LANDSCAPE China's landscapes vary significantly across its vast width
  7. 7. CLIMATE
  8. 8. Demographics The national census of 2010 recorded the population of the People's Republic of China as approximately 1,338,612,968.
  9. 9. Ethnic groups Han Chinese -the world's largest single ethnic group
  10. 10. Languages The most spoken language in china are: Mandarin, Wu, Yue, Min, Xiang, Gan, and Hakka.
  11. 11. Religion The religion that really influences the China people are: Taoism and Buddhism.
  12. 12. Culture The Chinese Culture had been heavily influenced by Confucianism. BACK TO MAP
  13. 13. MONGOLIA is a landlocked country in East and Central Asia.
  14. 14. Ulan Bator It is the capital and the largest city in Mongolia.
  15. 15. Geography The geography of Mongolia is varied, with the Gobi Desert to the south and with cold and mountainous regions to the north and west. Much of Mongolia consists of steppes, with forested areas comprising 11.2% of the total land area,[26] a higher percentage than the Republic of Ireland (10%)
  16. 16. Climate
  17. 17. Landscape and Climate LANDSCAPE
  18. 18. Demographics Mongolia's total population as of July 2007 is estimated by U.S. Census Bureau at 2,951,786 people, ranking at around 138th in the world in terms of population.
  19. 19. Languages The most spoken language or the major language in Mongolia is the Mongolian .
  20. 20. Religion According to the 2010 National Census, among Mongolians aged 15 and above, 53% were Buddhists, while 39% were non-religious but Tengriism and shamanism are widely practiced throughout the history of Mongolia.
  21. 21. Culture The Culture of Mongolia has been heavily influenced by the Mongol nomadic way of life BACK TO MAP
  22. 22. Taiwan is a state in East Asia and the first constitutional republic in Asia
  23. 23. Taipei -is the capital of Taiwan. it is situated at the northern tip of Taiwan.
  24. 24. Geography it is located some 180 kilometres (112 miles) off the southeastern coast of China across the Taiwan Strait. It has an area of 35,883 km2 (13,855 sq mi) and spans the Tropic of Cancer.
  25. 25. Landscape and Climate Landscape
  26. 26. Climate
  27. 27. Demographics Taiwan's population was estimated in 2012 at 23,261,747, most of whom are on the island of Taiwan. The remainder live on Penghu (97,724), Kinmen (108,147) and the Matsu Islands (10,253).
  28. 28. Ethnic groups About 98% of Taiwan's population is of Han Chinese ethnicity. Benshengren group is an ethnic group with 2 subgroups:Hoklo people and Hakka .
  29. 29. Languages Mandarin is the official national language and is spoken by the vast majority of the population of Taiwan
  30. 30. Religion The religion in Taiwan are : Buddhism, Taoism , I-Kuan Tao, Protestantism , and Roman Catholicism.
  31. 31. Culture The Kuomintang imposed an official interpretation of traditional Chinese culture over Taiwan. BACK TO MAP
  32. 32. Japan Japan is an island nation in East Asia.
  33. 33. Tokyo Tokyo is the capital of Japan, the center of the Greater Tokyo Area, and the largest metropolitan area in the world
  34. 34. Geography Located in the Pacific Ocean, it lies to the east of the Sea of Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea and Russia, stretching from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north to the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south.
  35. 35. Landscape and Climate LANDSCAPE
  36. 36. Climate The climate of Japan is predominantly temperate, but varies greatly from north to south.
  37. 37. Demographics Japan's population is estimated at around 127.3 million,[2] with 80% of the population living on Honshū
  38. 38. Language Japanese Language is the language of Japan .
  39. 39. Religion Upper estimates suggest that 84–96 percent of the Japanese population subscribe to Buddhism or Shinto, including a large number of followers of a syncretism of both religions. BACK TO MAP
  40. 40. South Korea -officially the Republic of Korea , is a sovereign country located in the southern part of the Korean Peninsula.
  41. 41. Seoul Seoul "Capital City", officially the Seoul Metropolitan City, is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea.
  42. 42. Geography Its total area is 100,032 square kilometres (38,622.57 sq mi).
  43. 43. Landscape and Climate Landscape
  44. 44. Climate South Korea tends to have a humid continental climate and a humid subtropical climate, and is affected by the East Asian monsoon
  45. 45. Demographics
  46. 46. Language Korean is the official languge of the South Korea.
  47. 47. Religion As of 2005, just under half of the South Korean population expressed no religious preference. Of the rest, most are Buddhist or Christian.
  48. 48. Culture The culture of Korea has been heavily influenced by that of neighboring China, it has nevertheless managed to develop a unique cultural identity that is distinct from its larger neighbor. BACK TO MAP
  49. 49. North Korea The Democratic People's Republic of Korea, commonly called North Korea, is a country in East Asia, in the northern half of the Korean Peninsula.
  50. 50. Pyongyang is the capital of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, commonly known as North Korea, and the largest city in the country.
  51. 51. Geography North Korea occupies the northern portion of the Korean Peninsula, lying between latitudes 37° and 43°N, and longitudes 124° and 131°E. It covers an area of 120,540 square kilometres (46,541 sq mi).
  52. 52. Landscape and Climate Landscape
  53. 53. Climate North Korea has a continental climate with four distinct seasons.
  54. 54. Demographics
  55. 55. Language Korean is also the official language of the North Korea.
  56. 56. Religion Both Koreas share a Buddhist and Confucian heritage and a recent history of Christian and Cheondoism ("religion of the Heavenly Way") movements.
  57. 57. Culture North Korea shares its traditional culture with South Korea, but the two Koreas have developed distinct contemporary forms of culture since the peninsula was divided in 1945.