• To describe the differences between the topography, climate, vegetation, people, and productivity of Northern and Southern China.

  • To explain the major effects of geography on the development of Chinese civilization.

  • To understand the problems that are associated with China's great river systems and why they are so vital to her existence.

  • To explain how China leads the world in the production of rice, but sometimes suffers from famine.


  Chung Kuo   China Proper   ethnocentrism   loess   monsoon
  terrace farming   shan   "China's Sorrow"   paddy


  On a general map of Asia, locate and label the following:
  • Japan
  • Sea of Japan
  • Yellow Sea
  • East China Sea
  • South China Sea
  • Pacific Ocean
  • Amur River
  • Huang-He [Yellow] River
  • Yangtze River
  • Xi River
  • Tibet
  • Tibetan Plateau
  • Xinjiang
  • Mongolia
  • Southeast Asia
  • Indian Subcontinent
  • Russia
  • Korean Peninsula
  • Taiwan
  • Macau
  • Philippines
  • Manchurian Plain
  • Grand Canal
  • Great Wall of China
  • Takla Makan Desert
  • Gobi Desert
  • Tian Shan
  • Khangai Mts.
  • Altai Mts.
  • Greater Khingan Range
  • Kunlun Shan
  • Himalayan Mts.
  • No. China Plain
  • Beijing
  • Harbin
  • Nanjing
  • Guangzhou [Canton]
  • Shanghai
  • Lhasa
  • Hohhot
  • Urumqi
  • Tapipei
  • Ulan Bator
  • Tarim Basin

 

 

Multiple Choice




     

        
     

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