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Top 10 Special Facts About China

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With prolonged history, ample traditional customs and different superstitions, there are several intriguing facts that you may not know about China.

Here are 10 special and interesting facts about China

1.Tech & Invention

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  • China was a land of innovation. For hundreds of years, China was much more innovative than most other countries in technology, astronomy, and mathematics. The China invented, the magnetic compass, paper, printing, tea pottery, silk, and gunpowder, among other things.
  • 78% of software installed in China in 2010 was truly pirated
  • 71%  of people in China evaluate success by what you own, making it the world’s most materialistic country.
  • America’s fastest  train goes less than half as fast as the train between Shanghai and China (150 mph vs 302 mph)
  • There’s a bridge between  China and Macau, where vehicles switch from left to right-hand drive and vice versa
  1. Chinese Sports, Music & Food

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  • There were nearly 70 varieties of traditional Chinese musical instruments such as string, Pipa, wind, Xun and percussion and so.
  • Table tennis is China’s national sport.
  • The PlayStation is illegal in China
  • Every year, around 4 million cats are eaten in China as a delicacy.
  1. Species of animals in China

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  • China’s different environments are home to many different types of creatures and plants. Over 3,800 species of fish and many amphibians, lizard lives in the rivers, lakes and coastal waters.
  • The massive panda lives in the misty hills of central China and nowhere else in the world. They can be found in thick bamboo jungles.
  • The Takin is a native animal of China. It is one of the rare and most vulnerable creatures in the world.
  1. China’s Nature

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  • Every season, the country experiences typhoons and also is affected by floods, tsunamis, and droughts.
  • About 3rd of San Francisco’s air pollution comes from China. One-third of China’s land is made up of the mountain. The highest hill on the  world, Install The Mount Everest land on the boundary between China and Nepal.
  1. China’s Business & Economy

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  • China is the biggest exporter and second-largest importer of goods.
  • China Overtook America as  As The World’s Largest Economy in 2014.
  • Even though China has the second biggest economy, it is still believed to be a developing nation by the World Bank.
  1. China Government

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  • China is rule by a very highly effective govt. A large workforce and natural sources have motivated economic transform. This has pressured the communist govt to allow more financial and personal liberties.
  • Company executives in China get sentenced to death for committing scams.
  • In China, it’s illegal to use a wordplay, a pun in marketing or on tv.
  1. Chinese Art & Culture

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  • Arts and designs have a long history in China suppliers. Centuries ago, the China were some of the first individuals to use soft, jade, beds, wood, and paper to make art.
  • The creative writing called calligraphy was developed in China.
  • In Chinese culture, a dragon is generally associated with the emperor, wisdom, power, and prosperity.
  • More individuals go to church on Sunday in China than in the whole of European countries.
  1. Chinese People

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  • With inhabitants of over 1.3 billion, China has more individuals than any other country on World.
  • About a third of the inhabitants live in cities, and the remaining individuals stay in the landscapes.
  • In China, over 35 million individuals still stay in caves.
  1. China’s Geography

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  • In China, The Sunrise in parts of country can be as late as 10 AM due to the fact  the country joined its five  time zones into a single one.
  • China has planted the huge artificial forest in the world to end the spread of the Gobi desert and  also plans to flourish it to 2,800 miles by 2074.
  • The Yangtze River in China is the fourth longest river in the world and reaches 3,602 miles in length. The Yellow River is the sixth longest, stretching 2,900 miles.
  • It has lots of various landscapes, too, including hills, high plateaus, amazing deserts and dense jungles.
  1. Chinese History

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  • The communist govt started its rule in 1949 following a civil war with the Chinese Nationalists
  • China is often regarded home to one of the world’s earliest civilizations, with some researchers marking 6000 B.C.

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