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East Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands

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Ava Duxin

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East Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands By: Ava Duxin, Haley Duarte, and Julia Shufro East Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands are all part of a culture region. They share many similarities, yet they are very different. They have many of the same languages, religions, hobbies, and ways of living. The arts are also a major part of all of the cultures. Japan
Japan's population is 126,804,433 and the official language is Japanese.
The two main religions in Japan are Shinto and Buddhism.
Early Japan was greatly influenced by the neighboring chinese civilization.
The type of government that the Japanese has is a parliamentary government and a Monarchy government. Mongolia
Mongolia's population is approximately 3,086,918.
The two main languages of Mongolia are Khalkha Mongol-90%, Turkic, and Russian.
Some Environmental Issues are limited natural fresh water resources in some places, desertification, and mining activities that affect the environment. Australia
Australia's religions are a mix of Anglican, Roman Catholic, other Christian faiths, and non-Catholics such as Judaism, Buddhism, Muslim,Hinduism, and some Aboriginal faiths. The climate in Australia varies by the regions. It is mostly a mild, dry climate, but there are some coastal pockets.The form of government is a constitutional monarchy. There is a prime minister who is the head of the government, and the head of the state is the queen of England, Elizabeth II. China's economy during the last quarter century has changed from a centrally planned system that was largely closed to international trade. It was changed to a more market-oriented economy that has a rapidly growing private sector, and is a major player in the global economy.China is the third largest country in the world. Currency: Yuan. China Works Cited
China: Just the facts." The Journal of Commerce 4 June 2007: 36. General OneFile. Web. 12 Oct. 2012.
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Japan- CountryReports. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.countryreports.org/country/Japan/government.com>.

Mongolia- CountryReports. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.countryreports.org/country/mongolia/history/overview.com>.

Australia-CountryReports. N.p., n.d. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.countryreports.org/country/australia.com>. 5 Questions
To test your knowledge on East Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands

1.) What are one of the Environmental Issues in Mongolia?
A. Air Pollution
B. Water Pollution
C. Desertification
D. All of the above
2.) Who is the head of the state in Australia?
A. Queen Elizabeth II
B. Queen Elizabeth I
C. Queen Elizabeth III
D. None of the above
3.) What kind of Government does Japan have?
A. Anarchy
B. Monarchy
C. Communism
D. Democracy
4.) What rank is China in size?
A. 2nd
C. 7th
D. none of the above
5.) What do East Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands have in common?
A. Religions
B. Ways of living
C. Languages
D. Hobbies
E. All of the above Thank you for watching our prezi, and we hope you enjoyed it!!!!! ANSWER KEY 1.) C- All of the above
2.) A-Queen Elizabeth II
3.) B-Monarchy
4.) D-None of the above
5.) E-All of the above East Asia, Australia, and the pacific Islands share a culture Region for a plethora of reasons. Including speaking some of the same languages, studying the same religions, Beliefs, hobbies, foods, etc. Some langu
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