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About China
The People's Republic of China is a socialism country with its own characteristics. It is one of the developing countries.
China lies in the east of Asia. It has a number of neighboring countries. To the north, northeast and northwest are the Mongolia, Russia and Korea. To the south are Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and the Philippine. To the west and southwest are India, Burma, Bhutan, Nepal and Pakistan. To the east is Japan, which faces China across the East China Sea.
China is a country with a vast territory. It has an area of over 9,600,000 square kilometers. It consists of 34 provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities directly under the Central Covernment. Beijing, which is situated in the North China, is its capital.
The People's Republic of China is one of the largest countries in the world. Now it has a population of more than 1.2 billion, making up a quarter of the world population.


Capital: 
The capital of the People's Republic of China is Beijing(Peking). 

National flag: 
The national flag has five yellow, five-pointed stars on the upper felt part on a field of red. The red color of the flag symbolizes revolution. The five yellow stars represent the great unity of the revolutionary peoples under the leadership of the Communist Party of China. 

National emblem: 
The national emblem is with the famous gate, Tianan Men, in the center, illuminated by five stars and encircled by stalks of grain and a cogwheel.
China's land surface slopes from west to east and can be divided into three zones: The Qinghai-Tibet-Plateau has an average altitude of over 4,000 m. The greatest highland area of the world is located here -- the "Roof of the World"--with an average elevation of over 5,400 m. This zone covers an area of 2,200,000 km*km.The second zone begins east of the kunlun Mountains and has a mean altitude rantging from 1,000--2,000 m. The Tarim Basin, the Mongolian Highlands, the Loess Plateau of the Sichuan Basin and the Yunnan Guizhou Plateau are part of this region. East of this, the third zone begins with hardly any elevations exceeding 500 m. The relief levels off in an eastward direction toward the China Sea. This has traditionally been the agricultural region of the country. Here Chinese culture and civilization developed, and it is today the most densely populated area.

The most important rivers flow from west to east, following the topography of the land: the Huanghe, Yellow River, is 4,848 km long and the Changjiang (Yangtze) is 5,983 km in length.
China's topography is characterized by harsh contrasts and varied landscapes. The Mt., Qomolangma, Mount Everest,on the China/Nepal border has an elevation of 8,848 m,the highest mountain in the world.The Turfan Depression in the autonomous region of Xinjiang is the lowest point in China --155 m below sea level.

The Chinese people are friendly and enthusiastic. Residents of most cities or college students can understand some or much English, and they are usually very willing to help international students, no matter what country or region you are from. The long-time Chinese civilization had endowed the country with a natural of friendship and a consciousness of humility, so foreigners who come to China will always find them being welcomed by the local neighbors. Once you come to China, your sweet journey begins.