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E. and SE Asia

Unit 9 Study Guide

QuestionAnswer
What is the major religion of Southeast Asia? Buddhism
Which two countries in Southeast Asia have communist governments? Chine, North Korea
Which countries in this region have the most ethnic diversity? The countries in East Asia-Japan, Korea, and Mongolia
Which countries in this region have the most ethnic diversity? The countries in Southeast Asia-Indonesia, Malay, Burma, Vietnam, Loas, and Thai
Who conquered China in 1211? The Mongols
What was the Silk Road? An important trade route that stretched from China to Southwest Asia.
What are some early Chinese inventions? steel, printing blocks, gun powder, compass
Name a European who wrote a book about his travels to China. Marco Polo
What part of the world's population lives in Southeast and East Asia? approximately 1/3
What country is the largest in Southeast Asia? China
What is a characteristic of the Chinese writing system? Characters that stand for entire words
China has some parts with a tropical climate. What is the major characteristic of this climate? There is little temperature change through the year.
China has some parts with a humid continental climate. What is the major characteristic of this climate? Summers are warm and winters are cold.
Mongolia and Northern China have what type of climate? Steppe climate
What is the official language of China? Mandarin Chinese
What ethnic group makes up 92% of China's population? The Han
Name 3 of China's natural resources. Oil, hydroelectric power, tin, iron ore, or tungsten.
What is the Ring of Fire An area where plate movements cause volcanic eruptions.
Which river in China that floods the land do the Chinese call "China's sorrow"? The Huang He River
Where do most people in Southeast and East Asia live? In fertile river valleys or along coastlines.
What country is the largest in Southeast Asia? China
What is a characteristic of the Chinese writing system? Characters that stand for entire words
China has some parts with a tropical climate. What is the major characteristic of this climate? There is little temperature change through the year.
China has some parts with a humid continental climate. What is the major characteristic of this climate? Summers are warm and winters are cold.
Mongolia and Northern China have what type of climate? Steppe climate
What is the official language of China? Mandarin Chinese
What ethnic group makes up 92% of China's population? The Han
Name 3 of China's natural resources. Oil, hydroelectric power, tin, iron ore, or tungsten.
What is the Ring of Fire An area where plate movements cause volcanic eruptions.
Which river in China that floods the land do the Chinese call "China's sorrow"? The Huang He River
Where do most people in Southeast and East Asia live? In fertile river valleys or along coastlines.
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