Presentation on theme: "World Geography East and SE Asia Review. Setting up Your Page Take Out a Sheet of Paper Fold it in half then fold it in half again Open It up Label the."— Presentation transcript:
Setting up Your Page Take Out a Sheet of Paper Fold it in half then fold it in half again Open It up Label the four squares on front: Three Gorges Dam, Ring of Fire, Population Issues, Religion Label the four squares on the back: Religion, China Information, North Korea, ETC
Three Gorges Dam Built on the Yangtze River Will prevent flooding Will provide hydroelectric power Mandatory resettlement of people Loss of ancient temples
Ring of Fire Located along the Pacific Rim (aka economic and social region made up of countries surrounding the Pacific Ocean) Encourages Japan to build flexible structures Earthquakes and volcanoes happen in Japan
Population Issues China One Child Rule = China will lose most populated country title China has more boys because If a family has more than one child, they must pay a fine.
Religion Popular in JapanPopular in China Shinto Buddhism Confucianism Taoism/Daoism Buddhism
Religion Confucianism emphasizes the difference between inferiors and superiors, philosophy, ancestors Buddhism originated in India by Siddhartha Gautama, Four Noble Truths, Nirvana Shintoism is found mainly in Japan
China Information Chiang Kai-shek and his Nationalist followers left China and migrated to Taiwan Hong Kong became a part of China in 1997 after being a part of the British Empire Western China has a sparse population because of the dry climate (unable to farm) Ethnocentric because very isolated from other countries due to physical and man made barriers
North Korea Communist Government Command Economy Developed and testing nuclear weapons Limited economic development Weak infrastructure
ETC… Singapore is an economic tiger because of its location Cities usually develop along major bodies of water for trade purposes A newly developed country is progressing from labor intensive to high technology intensive Communism spread into East and SE Asia from the Soviet Union
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