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    Chinese language

    The People’s Republic of China is a country belonging to Asia, whose capital is Beijing. It is the most populous country in the world, with 1,400 million people, and has an area of ​​9,596,961 km 2 (3rd in the world). Its human development index is high (86th) and its official currency is the yuan. And what language is spoken in China? What language do they speak in China? China has one official language, Standard Mandarin Chinese, spoken by 78.4% of the population. It is also the national language. At the regional level, other languages ​​are official (in parentheses, the number…

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    Flora and fauna of China

    Chinese flora The flora of China is a set of plant species historically established in the territory of the People’s Republic of China. China’s plant cover is characterized by its great diversity and richness of forms, including more than 31,000 species of vascular plants growing in all climatic zones in China, constituting nearly ⅛ of the total number of known plant species, including thousands species endemic to mainland China. There are many forest species in China, and in the northeast and northwest of the country there are boreal coniferous forests in mountainous areas, which are home to many species of…

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  • Chinese history

    Brief history of China summarized A brief tour of the extensive history of China, in a summarized way. China in ancient times The beginning After 10,000 BC people in China lived by hunting and gathering plants. Then, around 5,000 BC, the Chinese started farming. From about 5,000 BC, rice was grown in southern China and millet in the north. In 5,000 BC dogs and pigs were domesticated. In 3,000 BC sheep and (in the south) cattle were domesticated. Horses were finally introduced to China between 3,000 and 2,300 BC. Meanwhile, by 5,000 BC, Chinese farmers had learned to make pottery.…

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  • Traditions and customs of China

    What traditions and customs are there in China? Details of the customs and traditions of China, the Asian giant. Gastronomy Food in daily life Rice is the staple food in most of the country. In the north and west, where the climate is too dry to grow rice, wheat is the staple grain. Here, breakfast usually consists of noodles or wheat bread. In the South, many people start the day with rice porridge, or congee, served with shrimp, vegetables, and pickles. Lunch is similar to breakfast. Dinner is the biggest of the day. Each meal includes soup, which is served…

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  • Shanghai history

    Brief history of Shanghai in brief A review of the history of Shanghai, a municipality in China, in a brief and summarized way. The early years of Shanghai Shanghai is one of the big cities in China. In the 11th century AD, Shanghai was a small market town. In 1533 a wall was built around the city. Later, in the 16th century, the Yuyuan Garden was created. In 1700 Shanghai had a population of about 50,000, making it a large and prosperous port. Then in 1842, by the Treaty of Nanking, the British forced China to open 5 ports, including…

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  • History of Tibet

    Brief summary history of Tibet A glimpse of the summarized history of Tibet, a historical region of Asia, in a brief and entertaining way. Tibet in ancient times The first inhabitants of Tibet were a herding people. They were dedicated to grazing goats, cows and sheep. Around 100 BC, the people of Tibet learned to irrigate the land and cultivate rice and barley, as well as herd cattle. In the 6th century AD, Tibet was divided into different kingdoms, but in the early 7th century AD, Tibet became a single, unified state. Also at the beginning of the 7th century,…

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