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East Asia. Table of Contents. Key Facts Geography Economy Culture Demographics Tourism Demand Supply Sources. Key Facts. Key Facts (1). with world´s most popular country with coastlines , peninsulas and islands

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East asia

East Asia


Table of contents

Table of Contents

  • Key Facts

  • Geography

  • Economy

  • Culture

  • Demographics

  • Tourism

    • Demand

    • Supply

  • Sources


Key facts

Key Facts


Key facts 1

Key Facts (1)

  • with world´s most popular country

  • withcoastlines, peninsulasandislands

  • highest snowcapped mountains, vast deserts, cold climates and great rivers

  • rawmaterials


Key facts 2

Key Facts (2)

  • Japan, North and South Korea, Mongolia, parts of China, Taiwan

  • Jakotatriangle

  • 12,000,000sq km

  • 1.5 billionpeople


Geography

Geography


Japan

Japan

  • island

  • slightlysmallerthanCalifornia

  • 4 mainislands

  • capital: Tokyo


North korea south korea

North Korea & South Korea

  • peninsula

  • slightly smaller than Mississippi, a little bit larger than Indiana

  • borders Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, Sea of Japan

  • Capital:

    • North: Pyongyang

    • South: Seoul


Mongolia

Mongolia

  • continental

  • slightlysmallerthan Alaska

  • between China andRussia

  • Capital: Ulan Bator


China

China

  • slightlysmallerthanthe US

  • between North Korea, Vietnam

  • borders East and South China Sea, Korea Bay and Yallow Sea

  • Capital: Bejing/Peking


Taiwan

Taiwan

  • island

  • slightlysmallerthan Maryland

  • sorrounded by the South and East China Sea and Philippine Sea

  • Capital: Taipei


Landscapes

Landscapes

  • south-west: ice-covered mountains

  • collisionoftectonicplates

  • earthquakes

  • landslides

  • rivers: Yangtzeand Huang He


Climate

Climate


Climate1

Climate

  • temperate climate with cold winters and warm summers

  • mostrainfallduringsummer

  • monsoonwinds in summer


North and south korea

North and South Korea

Japan

  • varies

  • northern area: warm summers, cold and long winters

  • southwestern area: hot summers, mild winters

  • long, cold and dry winters, hot summers too brief

  • rainfall in summer

  • ~65% of Koreas rainsfall in June and September

  • South Korea has 4 seasons


Taiwan1

Taiwan

China

  • tropicalweather in southeast

  • colder and subarctic in the Himalaya Mountains

  • rainfallalongthecoast

  • subtropical and affected by summer monsoons


Religion

Religion

Languages

  • mainly Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Taiwanese and English

  • dialects: Okinawan, Xiang, Min

  • Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religion, Shintoism in Japan, Taoism in Taiwan, Shamanism in Korea and Mongolia, Christianity in South Korea and also traditional religions.


Economy

Economy


List by the united nations 2011

List by the United Nations (2011)


Share of global gdp ppp

Share of Global GDP PPP (%)


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