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Eastern Asia

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Michelle Barrera Chavez

on 24 June 2013

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Transcript of Eastern Asia

Where is East Asia located?
Political Features
Cultural
Physical Features
East Asia
East Asia
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Most common religions in East Asia are
Buddhism
,
Confucian
, and
Taoism
. Usually practice in countries like
China
,
Japan
,
Mongolia
,
North
and
South Korea
.
*
The languages in East Asia vary by country. The Most common languages are
Mandarin
,
Japanese
,
Korean
, and
Mongolian
.
*In
Mongolia
people live a
nomadic life
which means they usually
travel from place to place
with their belongings.
*A important
festival
in East Asia is the
Chinese New Year celebrated in February
.
Alejandra Alvarez
Michelle Barrera Chavez
Audrey Hernandez
Briana Margeson
East Asia info
*
Also known as Eastern Asia

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It is consisted of countries like China, North and South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and Mongolia.
Economy
*
The economic system used in
China
is a mixture of
socialism and capitalism
. The
government controls the "heavy'' industries
(such as energy and other big industries).
*
In
Japan
,
Mongolia
, and
South Korea
, the economy is under a
capitalist/free market
, which means
big industries and small businesses
are
managed by their owners
.
*
North Korea
functions under a
totalitarian
system.
*
Most of the
Eastern Asian countries fall under the
Secondary Economic Sector
. A lot of the
world's manufacturing
happens in China's, Taiwan's, Japan's
sweatshops
.
*
Some of Eastern Asian main
natural resources
are
coal, lead, fishing, iron, oil, etc.
*
In China the landforms and climate are really similar from here in the U.S.
*
Some
major physical features
in East Asia are
Mongolia's Gobi dessert
,
China's Yangtze, Yellow, and Mekong rivers
, and
the Himalayan Mountains
.
*
Another important physical features is
Japan's

archipelago
, which is a chain of islands.
*
China has
large oil deposits
located in the south sea.
Gobi Dessert
Yangtze River
Japan's
Archipelago
China
North Korea
South Korea
Japan
Taiwan
Mongolia
*
China
is a
single-party socialist republic
but works as a
communist nation
.
*
The
Communist Party of China
has all the
power
. The
members
of that party are
elected by voters
.
*
Japan
works under a
parliamentary democratic monarchy
.The parliament has the power and they are
elected by the people
.
*
North Korea
functions under a
totalitarian family dictatorship
. The government has the absolute power.
*
South Korea
functions with a
democratic system
and it is considered a
republic
.
More...
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China's One child policy states that families can only have one kid.
*
Death Penalty in China is legal.
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In North Korea the government controls every aspect of the people's and these people look at the leaders as iconic figures.
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South Korea recently elected their first female president her name is Park Geun-hye.
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North Korea has threatened to break peace treaties with South Korea and they are supposedly planning a nuclear attack on the U.S.

http://www.cnn.com/search/?query=north+korea&primaryType=mixed&sortBy=relevance&intl=false
East Asian influences on the World
K-POP
Japan
The World's influence on East Asia
Olympics
Manufacturing
Nuclear Power in N. Korea
Japan
China
South Korea
Japan
China
Mongolia
Japan: Negative Population growth
China: Developing country
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