Geography of East Asia

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Geography of East Asia: 

Geography of East Asia The Land and People of China

Map of Asia: 

Map of Asia

Topographical Map of China: 

Topographical Map of China

South and North Terrain: 

South and North Terrain

Rocky mountains and terraced fields: 

Rocky mountains and terraced fields

China’s Climate: 

China’s Climate July January

Modern Political Map of China: 

Modern Political Map of China

Contemporary Cities: 

Contemporary Cities

The Bund in Shanghai: 

The Bund in Shanghai

Street Pedlar in Shanghai: 

Street Pedlar in Shanghai

Chongqing: 

Chongqing

Market in Chongqing: 

Market in Chongqing

Chinese Expansion: 

Chinese Expansion

Chang’an (Xi’an): 

Chang’an (Xi’an)

Nanmen (south gate): 

Nanmen (south gate)

The Yellow River: 

The Yellow River

Hexi Corridor: 

Hexi Corridor

Map of the Great Wall: 

Map of the Great Wall

Shanhaiguan and Jiayuguan: 

Shanhaiguan and Jiayuguan

Han dynasty great wall: 

Han dynasty great wall

Ming dynasty great wall: 

Ming dynasty great wall

China’s Lifeblood:Rivers: 

China’s Lifeblood:Rivers

Wu Gorge on the Yangtze River: 

Wu Gorge on the Yangtze River

Trackers on the Yangtse: 

Trackers on the Yangtse

The Yangtse in the 19th Century: 

The Yangtse in the 19th Century

Map of the Yangtse River Dam: 

Map of the Yangtse River Dam

Reindeer in Inner Mongolia: 

Reindeer in Inner Mongolia

Horses on the plains of Xinjiang: 

Horses on the plains of Xinjiang

Nomads and sheep: 

Nomads and sheep

Yaks in Tibet: 

Yaks in Tibet

Mountains: 

Mountains

And Deserts: 

And Deserts

Mountains and deserts together: 

Mountains and deserts together

Population Map: 

Population Map

China is a Multi-ethnic nation: 

China is a Multi-ethnic nation

Han Chinese: 90+ % of the Population: 

Han Chinese: 90+ % of the Population

Korean CHild: 

Korean CHild

A Mongol Family: 

A Mongol Family

Tibetans: 

Tibetans

Kazaks playing polo: 

Kazaks playing polo

Uyghur man and woman: 

Uyghur man and woman

Uyghur meal: 

Uyghur meal

A Qiang Village: 

A Qiang Village

Where is Korea?: 

Where is Korea?

Korean divisions and cities: 

Korean divisions and cities

Elevation Map of South Korea: 

Elevation Map of South Korea

Mountains: 

Mountains

Elevation map of North Korea: 

Elevation map of North Korea

Map of the DMZ: 

Map of the DMZ

The DMZ: 

The DMZ

Panmunjeon: The border goes through this building: 

Panmunjeon: The border goes through this building

How did the Koreans get to Korea?: 

How did the Koreans get to Korea?

Paekdusan: home of Tan’gun: 

Paekdusan: home of Tan’gun

Downtown Seoul: 

Downtown Seoul

Changdeok Palace:Seoul: 

Changdeok Palace:Seoul

Jejudo: Korea’s Hawaii: 

Jejudo: Korea’s Hawaii

Pyongyang: Capital of North Korea: 

Pyongyang: Capital of North Korea

Juche tower: 

Juche tower

Kim Il Song: 

Kim Il Song

Four seasons in Korea: Spring: 

Four seasons in Korea: Spring

Summer: 

Summer

Autumn: 

Autumn

Winter: 

Winter

Koreans today: 

Koreans today

Koreans in Traditional Costume: 

Koreans in Traditional Costume

Woman in Hanbak dress: 

Woman in Hanbak dress

Food: A feast for the eye: 

Food: A feast for the eye

Kimchi: Korean staple: 

Kimchi: Korean staple

Ceremonial food: 

Ceremonial food

Street Food: Silkworm larvae: 

Street Food: Silkworm larvae

Geography of Japan: 

Geography of Japan

Elevation Map of Japan: 

Elevation Map of Japan

Regions of Japan: 

Regions of Japan

Ancient and Modern: Temple and Tokyo Tower: 

Ancient and Modern: Temple and Tokyo Tower

Hokkaido: 

Hokkaido

Honshu: 

Honshu

Shikoku: 

Shikoku

Kyushu: 

Kyushu

Temperate Climate: Spring and Summer: 

Temperate Climate: Spring and Summer

Fall and Winter: 

Fall and Winter

Flowers for each season: 

Flowers for each season

Mount Fuji: Japan’s highest mountain: 

Mount Fuji: Japan’s highest mountain

Earthquakes: 

Earthquakes

Wild animals: 

Wild animals

Environmental activism: 

Environmental activism

Women in Kimono: 

Women in Kimono

Sumo Wrestlers: 

Sumo Wrestlers

Housing: 

Housing

Tatami: 

Tatami

Food: 

Food

Tsukiji Fish Market: 

Tsukiji Fish Market

Fish Auction: 

Fish Auction

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