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China's Geographic Divisions

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Yucheng Gan

on 13 June 2014

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Transcript of China's Geographic Divisions

China's Mason-Dixon Line:
the NORTH

Mostly
wheat
cultivation;
Average Jan. temp.
below 0 °C
Annual precipitation
below 800 mm
People believe they're
cooler
than the southerners
the SOUTH

Mostly
rice
cultivation;
Average Jan.temp.
above 0 °C
Annual precipitation
above 800 mm
People believe they're
cooler
than the northerners
The Qinling-Huaihe Line as a historical political boundary
376 A.D.
1142 A.D.
The Qinling-Huaihe Line as a linguistic boundary
the NORTH
Mandarin
(N., N.E., N.W. dialects);
Jin
(Shanxi, Inner Mogolia)
the SOUTH
Mandarin
(S.W. and Yangzi dialects);
Gan
Hakka
Min
(including Taiwanese)
Wu
(including Shanghainese)
Xiang
Yue
(i.e. Cantonese)
Viewership
of the 2014 CCTV New Year's Gala
by province
Red = High
Blue = Low
the EAST

43%
of the
area
96%
of the
population
the WEST

57%
of the
area
4%
of the
population
2002 data
The Heihe-Tengchong Line
The Three-Step Staircase
Geo-cultural Areas
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