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China B igger is Better. By Samantha Moore Media Law and Policy Major Music Technology Minor. Just Think of the United States. China and the United States are very similar, both in geographic perimeters and seasons. Fall within the same lines of latitude and longitude. .

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China b igger is better

ChinaBigger is Better

By Samantha Moore

Media Law and Policy Major

Music Technology Minor


Just think of the united states

Just Think of the United States

  • China and the United States are very similar, both in geographic perimeters and seasons.

  • Fall within the same lines of latitude and longitude.

Courtesy of CIA World Fact Book.


Landscape

Landscape

Types of Landscape and it’s Features

  • Mountains- Mt. Everest - Himalayans

  • Plateaus

  • Deserts in West(think US)

  • Plains(think US)

  • Small eastern Mountains(think US)

  • Glacier Fjords


What is it

What is it?

  • Politically it’s a Communist State~Classless society

    ~President HU Jintao

    ~23 Provinces like the States

    ~5 autonomous Regions (Tibet vs. Puerto Rico)

    ~4 municipalities (Beijing vs .New York City and LA)

    ~ Capital Beijing


Works cited

Works Cited

  • "China to ring in New Year with UN-backed anti-tobacco campaign." UN News Centre 26 Jan. 2009. UN News Service. 3 Feb. 2009 <http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=29673&Cr=who&Cr1=china>.

  • Mingyn, Zhang. "Gov't to provide incentives to job-seeking graduates." China View 25 Jan. 2009. Www.news.un. 3 Feb. 2009 <http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-01/25/content_10718104.htm>.

  • United States. C.I.A. CIA World Fact Book. By CIA. 22 Jan. 2009. CIA United States Govt' 3 Feb. 2009.

  • Xinhua. "Relief work enhanced as drought expands in N China." Chinadaily.com 02 Feb. 2009. China Daily Newspaper. 3 Feb. 2009 <http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2009-02/02/content_7435987.htm>.


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