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Due to the vast land area and highly diverse topography, the climate in China is highly varied. The different climates in China include tropical in the southern part to subarctic in the extreme north. The Tibetan highlan...

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The climate of ancient China varied from scorching and humid summers in some places to extreme cold and and freezing temperatures in the highlands. The terrain and diverse topographical features of the country contribute...

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The East Asia summer monsoons bring moist, warm air to the region in the form of rain. This rainfall significantly effects China's economy and society. This is because it constitutes the bulk of the rain received by Chin...

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China contains a land area of 9,596,960 square kilometers or 3,696,000 square miles. It is the third largest country in the world in terms of land area, behind only Russia and Canada.

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As of 2015, the three largest countries in Asia, in terms of land area, are Russia, the People's Republic of China and India. Ranking fourth behind these world powers is Kazakhstan.

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China is 3,705,407 square miles in size, making it the fourth largest country in the world. Its land border is 13,743 miles long, which is the longest in the world.

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Although the precise number remains unresolved, approximately 3,873,000,000 individual bricks were used to construct the Great Wall of China. The binding material for the bricks was made from glutinous rice flour.

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