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East Asia: China, Mongolia, Japan, North Korea and South Korea: 

East Asia: China, Mongolia, Japan, North Korea and South Korea

Not all Asian people speak the same, look the same, or act the same! : 

Not all Asian people speak the same, look the same, or act the same!

East Asia: 

East Asia

China The World’s Third Largest Country: 

China The World’s Third Largest Country

China: People’s Republic (Communist) : 

China: People’s Republic (Communist)

Ancient Chinese Art: 

Ancient Chinese Art

Traditional Chinese Fan Dance: 

Traditional Chinese Fan Dance

The Great Panda: China’s Mascot: 

The Great Panda: China’s Mascot

Slide9: 

The Great Wall of China The Great Wall of China is more than 2,000 years old!

Yangtze River: The Longest River in Asia: 

Yangtze River: The Longest River in Asia

Yangtze Gorges: Before the Dam: 

Yangtze Gorges: Before the Dam

Yangtze Gorges: After the Dam: 

Yangtze Gorges: After the Dam Once the dam is complete, it will be the biggest hydroelectric dam in the world, but it will wash away thousands of years of history.

Yangtze River: 

Yangtze River Beijing: China’s Capital

Population Control: 

Population Control In order to control their enormous population (6 billion people), in the past the Chinese would only allow one child per family. If two children were born, they would kill one, usually the girl.

Mongolia: 

Mongolia

Mongolia: Mixed Parliamentary/Presidential: 

Mongolia: Mixed Parliamentary/Presidential

Mongolian Art: 

Mongolian Art

Mongolians don’t want to be associated with the Chinese, they are a unique culture and country. : 

Mongolians don’t want to be associated with the Chinese, they are a unique culture and country.

Nomads: 

Nomads Horses are used so much in nomadic culture that all children learn to ride at a young age.

Mongolia’s Diverse Geography: 

Mongolia’s Diverse Geography

Map of Mongolian Empire (1300-1406): 

Map of Mongolian Empire (1300-1406) The Mongolian Empire was the largest empire in human history!

Ulaanbaatar: Mongolia’s Capital: 

Ulaanbaatar: Mongolia’s Capital

Japan: 

Japan

Japan: Democracy: 

Japan: Democracy

Ancient Japanese Art: 

Ancient Japanese Art

Japanese Dancer: 

Japanese Dancer

Japanese Cherry Blossoms: Japan’s Trademark: 

Japanese Cherry Blossoms: Japan’s Trademark

Mount Fuji: Japan’s Highest Mountain: 

Mount Fuji: Japan’s Highest Mountain

Tokyo: Japan’s Capital: 

Tokyo: Japan’s Capital

Japanese Bullet Trains: They travel at about 170 Mph.: 

Japanese Bullet Trains: They travel at about 170 Mph.

Japan’s Capsule Hotels: Japan’s population is also very large, so to save space in hotels, people sleep in capsules like shown below. : 

Japan’s Capsule Hotels: Japan’s population is also very large, so to save space in hotels, people sleep in capsules like shown below.

Hiroshima: 

Hiroshima The site of the first atomic bomb drop.

Modern Day Hiroshima: 

Modern Day Hiroshima

North Korea: 

North Korea

North Korea: Dictatorship: 

North Korea: Dictatorship

North Korean Dancers: 

North Korean Dancers

Pyongyang: North Korea’s Capital: 

Pyongyang: North Korea’s Capital

Pyongyang: 

Pyongyang

North Korea is under a dictatorship.: 

North Korea is under a dictatorship.

The negative effects of extreme government:: 

The negative effects of extreme government:

North Korea has the capability to send a nuclear bomb to the U.S.: 

North Korea has the capability to send a nuclear bomb to the U.S.

South Korea: 

South Korea

South Korea: Republic: 

South Korea: Republic

Ancient South Korean Art: 

Ancient South Korean Art

South Korean Clothing: 

South Korean Clothing

Seoul: South Korea’s Capital: 

Seoul: South Korea’s Capital

DMZ: The North and South Korean borders have been separated and protected since 1945.: 

DMZ: The North and South Korean borders have been separated and protected since 1945.