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ASIA Geographical Basic Overview and Contemporary Issues Ms. Ramos
Imp Basics Largest continent 30% world’s land 44 states Most populated- 60% wpop China & India Ms. Ramos
World’s: Tallest mtn: Mt Everest (Nepal & China) Lowest point: Dead Sea (Israel/Jordan) Longest coastline Deepest lake: Lake Baykal Ms. Ramos
Climate N Asia: COLD winters, warm/hot summers India & Indochina: winters mild, tropical & subtropical, monsoon SE Asia: tropical & rainy China: cold winter & hot summer SW Asia: HOT summer, winter vary-elevation Ms. Ramos
Agriculture Most imp economic activity 60% pop- farming Paddy rice- #1 crop & staple food Sm meat consumption No hog: Muslim Cow sacred: Hindu Ms. Ramos 44_440.php
Trade Japan #1 manufacture in cont Exports high value compared to bulk SW Asia produces ¼ world’s petroleum Goods imported/exported= 1/3 world’s foreign trade Japan ¼ continent trade Ms. Ramos html
People & Asia China- lgst pop 100s languages Religion Hindu (1/5) Muslim Buddhism Christian Jews Ms. Ramos billion.html
Useful inventions Coinage- monetary system (Lydia) Parchment & paper Wheelbarrow Gunpowder porcelain Ms. Ramos
Religious Conflict Muslim & Jews (Middle East) Uyghur (China) Ms. Ramos %2Fgroup%2Fqueerjihad%2Fauth%3Fd one%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fgroups %2Eyahoo%2Ecom%252Fgroup%252Fq ueerjihad%252Fmessage%252F6845 /
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