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including india, china, japan, mongolia, taiwan, the koreas

What are the key physical features of india? Towering mountains, large rivers and broad plains
The indian subcontinent has a great variety of Regions and resources
Daily life in india is centered around cities, villages, and relions
today india faces many challenges including populationeconomice growth and growing
physical features of china, mongolia and taiwan include mountains platueas basins plains and rivers
China mongolia and taiwan have a range of climate and natural resources
the main physical features of japan and the koreas are rugged mountains
the climates and resources of japan and the koreas vary from North to South
Since world war ll, Japan has developed a democratic government and one of the worlds strongest economies
daily life in japan is shaped around a shortage of open space
japans main issues and challenges are crowding, competetion, and pollution
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