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China is the largest country located in Asia, both based on population and area. With a population of around 1.4 billion inhabitants, China is the largest country in the world. Because of its great size, the country spans over five different time zones and also borders 14 different countries, which is the second most in the world following Russia. In fact, China is so large, its land mass covers 1/14th of all land area on Earth. The country is also split into 23 provinces, five autonomous regions, as well as two Special Administrative Regions, which are Hong Kong and Macau. Currently, China is a one-party socialist republic.

Because of its great size, there exists numerous different climates and landscapes within China. China is home to the Yangtze and Yellow River, which are both within the top ten longest rivers on Earth. Along with this, Mount Everest also calls China its home, being one of the tallest points on Earth. The climate within China greatly varies due to its size. However, China can own a majority of its climate from the air masses that are located between the country and the Pacific ocean. China is also known for having variability with precipitation. This is because the country has had a long past with droughts and floods, as well as typhoons affecting regions within the country when summer hits.Within China, there exists a great variety of different plant and grass types, allowing for numerous animals to survive with this vegetation. Along with this, animals that may be extinct elsewhere in the world are able to survive within China. The two regions where you can find the most animal and plant life would be Tibet and Sichuan, which are both regions located near mountain ranges. Within these regions, one can typically find giant pandas, takin (a species of goat antelope), as well as numerous species of pheasants. China is home to a great majority of the world’s carp species, as well as catfishes. Tropical reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals are also commonly found within the southernmost Chinese provinces.

China is known to be a multinational country, and is known to count its population based on language, rather than ethnic backgrounds. This is because a great mass of the population practices the same cultural traditions and uses the same language. China has historically always been a large country, as historical records show that as early as 800 BCE, there were already around 13.7 million people living in China. However, with such a large population comes issues, such as food supply and demand, as well as the standards of living. In order to combat these issues, there have been many solutions brought up by the government, such as the one child policy. This policy lasted from 1980 to 2015, and restricted families to only having one child. Nowadays, it is fairly common for family planning to be considered before birth, as well as promoting both birth control and late marriages.

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Old Maps of China
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of China.

China is the largest country located in Asia, both based on population and area. With a population of around 1.4 billion inhabitants, China is the largest country in the world. Because of its great size, the country spans over five different time zones and also borders 14 different countries, which is the second most in the world following Russia. In fact, China is so large, its land mass covers 1/14th of all land area on Earth. The country is also split into 23 provinces, five autonomous regions, as well as two Special Administrative Regions, which are Hong Kong and Macau. Currently, China is a one-party socialist republic.

Because of its great size, there exists numerous different climates and landscapes within China. China is home to the Yangtze and Yellow River, which are both within the top ten longest rivers on Earth. Along with this, Mount Everest also calls China its home, being one of the tallest points on Earth. The climate within China greatly varies due to its size. However, China can own a majority of its climate from the air masses that are located between the country and the Pacific ocean. China is also known for having variability with precipitation. This is because the country has had a long past with droughts and floods, as well as typhoons affecting regions within the country when summer hits.Within China, there exists a great variety of different plant and grass types, allowing for numerous animals to survive with this vegetation. Along with this, animals that may be extinct elsewhere in the world are able to survive within China. The two regions where you can find the most animal and plant life would be Tibet and Sichuan, which are both regions located near mountain ranges. Within these regions, one can typically find giant pandas, takin (a species of goat antelope), as well as numerous species of pheasants. China is home to a great majority of the world’s carp species, as well as catfishes. Tropical reptiles, amphibians, birds, and mammals are also commonly found within the southernmost Chinese provinces.

China is known to be a multinational country, and is known to count its population based on language, rather than ethnic backgrounds. This is because a great mass of the population practices the same cultural traditions and uses the same language. China has historically always been a large country, as historical records show that as early as 800 BCE, there were already around 13.7 million people living in China. However, with such a large population comes issues, such as food supply and demand, as well as the standards of living. In order to combat these issues, there have been many solutions brought up by the government, such as the one child policy. This policy lasted from 1980 to 2015, and restricted families to only having one child. Nowadays, it is fairly common for family planning to be considered before birth, as well as promoting both birth control and late marriages.

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