What are some Chinas most loved celebration?
3rd March, Clear and Bright Festival around 5 April, Dragon Boat Festival 5th May, The Night of Sevens, Magpie Festival 7th July, Ghost Festival 15th July
Moon Festival 15th August, Chongyang Festival 9th September, Spirit Festival / Water Lantern Festival December 21st or 22nd, Laba Festival
and Dongzhi Festival 8th December. They celebrate these with great honour.
Who is the president of China
Xi Jinping has been the President of China since 2013. Xi is his family name, Jinping is his given name. Family name comes before given name in Chinese. The president of china was born on the 15 June 1953.he has been the president of china for one year. China is a republic.
What are some of the laws in China?
Chinese legal method has been a difficult mix of traditional Chinese approaches and Western influences.
In Australia and America the police officers can arrest suspects but in china they can not.
Some of these laws include.
:It is punishable by law to stock more than a ton of explosives or fireworks in the cellar of your home.
:it is unlawful for drivers that drive energy or power supplied vehicles to stop at pedestrian lanes or pedestrian crossings.
In America and Australia the police can’t arrest suspects without proof but in china they can.
What is the population of China?
China is the world's most populous country with 1.28453 billion at the end of 2002, one-fifth of the world's total. This number does not include the Chinese living in the Hong Kong and Macao. The population density is 134 people per sq km, roughly four times bigger than the U.S.
What is the currency of China?
The currency of China is Renmimbi
What are the languages of china?
In 1958, the First National People's Congress approved, at its Fifth Session, the adoption of the Pinyin for spelling Chinese names and places in Roman letters, but the Pinyin system was not popularly used until the late 1970s. Pinyin is now widely seen in China, and it replaces earlier Romanization spelling systems.
What is the geography of china?
The geography f china is mountains, high plateaus, and deserts in the west; plains, deltas, and hills in the east. The highest mountain in China is the highest mountain in the world: Mount Qomolangma. The mountain is bigger than all the rest by 29,035 feet or 8,848 m.
What is the economy of China?
China's economy has grown since 1978, as a result of sweeping economic reforms. It grew from $128 billion in 1980 to $745 billion in 1998. China's economy continues to grows quickly, with a GDP real growth rate of 9.1% in 2003, and an annual industrial production growth rate of 11.6 precent between 1979% and 2000.
What are the historical highlights of China?
One of the biggest historical highlight is the Tiananmen square protest of 1989.
In May 1989, nearly a million Chinese, mostly young students, crowded into central to protest for better democracy and call for the resignations of Chinese Communist Party leaders deemed too repressive.
For nearly three weeks the protesters always did daily vigils, and marched and chanted. On June 4, 1989 Chinese troops and security police stormed through Tiananmen Square, firing randomly into the crowds of protesters. Its estimated that tens of thousands of the young students tried to escape the rampaging Chinese forces. It is also estimated that at least 300, and perhaps thousands, of the protesters had been killed and as many as 10,000 were arrested.
What are Chinas living conditions
Well firstly living in China is not cheap as the economy is growing larger and larger. Most of the people of China are moving to the cities to work for money for a few years and then going back to their original home just to make more money. Almost all of Chinese people have good food, clothing, and housing.
After thirty years of austerity and marginal sufficiency, Chinese buyers were able to buy enough to eat from a growing types of food items. Stylish clothes, modern furniture, and a large array of electrical items also became part of the normal expectations of normal Chinese families.