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Full Name:
The People’s Republic of China

9,600,000 sq km (3,706,580 sq mi)

1.37 billion (as of 2014)

Capital City:

National Flag:

Middle and East Asia, bounded on the east by the Pacific Ocean

Territorial Seas:
The Bohai Sea, the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea, and the South China Sea

Climate: mainly continental monsoon climate (Tibet: vertical climate zone)

Mandarin Chinese (Putonghua) based on Beijing dialect, plus local dialects

Main Religions and Beliefs:
Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism, and Protestantism

Currency and Monetary Unit:
Renminbi / Yuan

Form of Government:
System of National People’s Congress

Administrative Demarcations:
23 provinces, 5 autonomous regions, 4 municipalities, and 2 Special Administrative Regions

China is a Communist state.

Food and Recipes:
Chopsticks are used to eat Chinese food.

The Chinese clothing sense is pretty conservative. Pants and suits are very common.

Formal invitations are sent, but visiting someone without prior notice is not unacceptable.

China is an ancient and mysterious land. It occupies an area of 9,600,000 sq km, with co-ordinates 62 degrees of longitude and 49 degrees of latitude. Known for itsbdiverse terrain and climate, flora and fauna, China is a country to explore. China is proud of her inventions: paper, gunpowder and compass.

China stands out due to its distinct arts and crafts, including painting, calligraphy, operas, embroidery and silk. Kung Fu, which has been a part of Chinese culture for centuries. The Chinese literature adds to the heritage of the country. Needless to mention, the soul satiating Chinese food is loved by everybody actoss the globe.

China is majorly mountainous, with Trans Himalayas and Tien Shan being its principal ranges. There is Gobi Desert in the north. Three great rivers, the Yellow River (Huang He), the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang), and the Pearl River (Zhu Jiang), flow through China.