Category: China

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Economic Developments in China

Business Opportunities in China

China has one of the largest economies in the world. In addition, it is also one of the world’s largest countries, which makes China attractive to foreign investors. Do you want to know where...

Politics of China

State Structure and Political System of China

According to the Constitution, the People’s Republic of China is a socialist state of the people’s democratic dictatorship, led by the working class through the CCP and based on the alliance of workers and...

Landmarks in Hong Kong

Landmarks in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is China in a special form, because on the one hand it is the large, lively, loud, cosmopolitan, chic metropolis, on the other hand it is a special administrative zone on the...

Yunnan, China

Yunnan, China

Yunnan, Yünnan, Jünnan, province in southwest China, on the border with Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam, 436 200 km 2, (2010) 46.0 million residents; The capital is Kunming. Two thirds of the population are Chinese,...

Shandong, China

Shandong, China

Shandong [ ʃ an-], Shantung, Shantung [ ʃ -], province on the northeast coast of China, 153,300 km 2, (2010) 95.8 million residents (in terms of population, Shandong ranks second among all provinces in...

Liaoning, China

Liaoning, China

Liaoning, Liauning, province in northeast China, in southern Manchuria, 151,000 km 2, (2010) 43.7 million residents (including 5.7 million Manchu – almost half of all Manchu in China -, including Mongols, Koreans and Hui);...

Shaanxi, China

Shaanxi, China

Shaanxi [ ʃ a ː nçi ː ], Shenxi [ ʃ ənçi ː ], Shensi, Schensi, province in northwest China, in the east largely bounded by the Hwangho, 195,800 km 2, (2010) 37.3 million...

Nanjing, China

Nanjing, China

Nanjing [Chinese »southern capital«], Nanching [-d ʒ i ŋ ], Nanking, capital of Jiangsu Province, China, on the right bank of the Yangtze River (300 km above its mouth), 8.0 million residents in the...

Kaiserkanal (Great Canal)

World Heritages in China Part 7

Fanjingshan (World Heritage) Fanjingshan (World Heritage) According to commit4fitness, the 2570 meter high mountain in southwest China is part of the Wuling Mountains. Over the course of millions of years, erosion in the humid...

Chengjiang Fossil Site

World Heritages in China Part 6

Silk Road Routes in Tian Shan (World Heritage) The routes of the Silk Road in Tian Shan are a 5000 km long section of the Silk Road. The section stretches from Chang’an / Luoyang,...