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China located to the east of Asia, surrounded by the seas of the Oriental China, the Bay of Korea, the Yellow Sea and the sea of the south of China, between North Korea and Vietnam. China is the fourth biggest country after Russia, Canada, and the USA.
China's geography is highly diverse, with hills, plains, and river deltas in the east and deserts, high plateaus, and mountains in the west. History and politics aside, China is a land of superlatives, encompassing the Yangtze River, the Silk Road, the bamboo forests of the giant panda and misty peaks immortalised in traditional ink paintings.
China is the cultural treasure-house of East Asia with 5,000 years of tumultuous history place. The Great Wall, X'ian's Terracotta Army, the Forbidden Palace and Tiananmen Square, etc. they with history and legend. Flexibility and patience are still required to travel around China but, in return, China rewards visitors with treasure memories for a lifetime.
Climate is equally varied, ranging from tropical in the south (Hainan) to sub arctic in north eastern China (Manchuria). The geography of China causes an unequal demographic distribution; 94 per cent of the population is located in the part east of the country. Shandong the province, with its soft coastal climate, has 91 million persons, but Tibet, with its harsh climate of plateau of mountain, has only 2.6 millions.
China has 33 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Chinese food ranks among the world's great cuisines. From acrobatics to martial arts, calligraphy to Chinese opera, the vibrant, distinctive culture of this great land is everywhere to be seen. Spectacular Tibet(Xihang) has been open to tourists since 1980.
China has one of the world's oldest people and continuous civilizations, consisting of states and cultures dating back more than six millennia. Historically China's cultural sphere has been very influential in East Asia as a whole, with Chinese religion, customs, and writing system being adapted, to varying degrees, by its neighbours Japan, Korea, and Vietnam.
China is the world’s third largest net importer of oil behind the United States and Japan, an important factor in world oil markets. With near 1.3 billions of people, the 20 percent of the Earth population, China is the world’s most populous country and has in recent year’s undergone economic growth at constantly high levels. It has had a dramatic impact on the reduction of poverty, and is contributing significantly towards the attainment of global MDG targets. At the same time, however, it has led to considerable income and regional disparities, has resulted in a high degree of environmental degradation, and has created vulnerable groups of the population.
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Wonder Locations in China
Elephant Trunk Hill one of the most famous hills in Guilin City.
Flaming mountain is the hottest place in China.
One of the most famous structures of the world and unique human structure that can be seen from the space.
Hanging Temple is an architectural complex that was built on the base of the natural hollows and outcrops along the contour of a cliff.
A sublimely elegant example of Buddhist Architecture that in its golden times was covered with superior quality white and shining porcelain bricks interlaid with colored stones.
The Potala Palace is an ancient architectural complex and it is considered a model of Tibetan architecture
Red Hill, also known as Tiger Head Hill or Tiger Head Peak, is considered a symbol of Urumqi.
The park is named after from its seven peaks resemble the pattern of the Big Dipper constellation.
The forest consists of thousands of narrow, weirdly-shaped rocks towering up to a height of between 5 and 30m.
The Temple of Heaven means Altar of Heaven, it is a complex of Taoist buildings.
The Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses are the most important archeological excavations of the 20th century.
Lingering Garden is the best garden in Suzhou, it is celebrated for its artistic way of dealing with the spaces between various kinds of architectural form.
The Tiger Hill Pagoda is the oldest pagoda in Suzhou and is the principal recreation of the popular Yuyan Temple.
The West Lake has a natural beauty that blends with the historical and cultural sites.
The Yellow Crane Tower has an architectural style between the classic and the modern; it does that is an excellent example of poetry and beauty.
Yungang Grottoes are ancient Buddhist temple.
Yuyuan Garden is a classical southern style Chinese garden.