CHINAS CLIMATE AREA POPULATION AND TEMPRETURE FAHRENHEIT
One of the capital of China is bejing also known as Peking.Beijing is China's second largest city.
The area of Beijing is aproxamately 16,800 sq cm.Sanghai's area(metro) 6341 sq cm.
the population of Beijing is 7.23 million people living in Beijing,but 3 million are tamporary resident.Sanghai area(city) is aproxamatly 610 sq km.Sanghai area(metro) 6341 sq km.
Beijing usual 39 93 North, 116 East.Sanghai 31 40 North, 121 46 East.
MAP OF CHINA
China has three capital cities Beijing,Hong Kong and Sanghai.they are all fasinating and unique cities
Chinas main religon is Buddihism.In chinese culture the yinyang represent the two pincicles in nature.
The soldiers of the Terracotta Army are life-size statues. They average around 5 feet 11 inches tall with some soldiers being as tall as 6 foot 7 inches. many , no two soldiers are exactly alike. There are soldiers of all ages with different ranks, facial features, and hair styles. Some of the soldiers look calm, while others look angry and ready to fight.
The Mayan Sun Gods
Mayan gods played a significant role in the life and culture of this ancient Mesoamerican civilization. Many interpretations about the religion of the Mayans are derived from archaeological sites where temples, pyramids, and tombs were excavated. An important historical text called the Chilam Balam also revealed details on the gods and goddesses of the Maya.
CUSTOMS AND BELIEFS
The Chinese take pride in their 5000 years of ancient history and long experience with creating important cornerstones for civilization. Just a few of the listed inventions that originate from China include: paper- making, gunpowder, silk, magnetic compass, abacus, ink, wheelbarrow, Chess, tea, paper money, seismograph, kites and umbrellas
The main religions are Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, China’s indigenous Taoism,
along with Shamanism.The most popular is Buddism.
Buddhism was introduced to China from India approximately in the first century AD becoming increasingly popular and the most influential religion in China after the fourth century.