China By aaron r. bryan w. Evan k. caleb d.

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Trade Deficit The U.S. trade deficit with China was $365.7 billion in 2015 This is up slightly from last year $343 billion. The trade deficit exists because U.S. exports to China were only $116.2 billion while imports from China hit a new record of $481.9 billion. The deficit keeps growing because imports are rising faster than exports

largest exports are electronics

Beijing Is the capital- The 3 Largest cities are Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou.

China has electricity, airports, paved roads, and internet.

China is home to 1.357 billion people. They usually speak Mandarin, they speak English too. The main occupation is Agriculture. Unemployment is at 4%.

Exports- Computers, Broadcasting equipment, telephones, office machine parts, integrated circuits

Imports- Petroleum, Integrated circuits, iron ore, gold, automobiles

While the Chinese constitution affirms “freedom of religious belief,” the Chinese Government places restrictions on religious practice, particularly on religious practice outside officially recognized organizations. The five state-sanctioned “patriotic religious associations” are Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism, and Protestantism. Buddhism is most widely practiced. There are gender roles. They expect a business gift before the meeting. The Chinese do not use their hands when speaking, and will only become annoyed with a speaker who does. The Chinese, especially those who are older and in positions of authority, dislike being touched by strangers. Do not put your hands in your mouth, as it is considered vulgar. Consequently, when in public, avoid biting your nails, removing food from your teeth, and similar practices.

Bank of China- not creative they produce money of china. no other country but they operate with other counties.

Dress: most Chinese wear modern clothes in their daily lives, not much difference from their western counterparts. Traditional attires are only worn during certain festivals, ceremonies or religious occasions. However, they are often seen in Chinese television serials and movies. Many of the country’s ethnic minorities also wear their traditional costumes in their daily lives and they played an important role in the traditional Chinese clothing. food:Chinese love to eat, and Chinese food includes a large variety of ingredients, which can be reflected well in the saying (although it is a bit exaggerated): "the Chinese eat everything with four legs, except for tables, and everything that flies, except for airplanes"...there main food includes noodles, chicken, rice, common vegetables, tofu, meat and poultry, and eggs Geography: Modern China is a vast country. It is the world's fourth largest country and is home to approximately 1.25 billion people - nearly a quarter of the world's population. It has a great variety of climates and terrains. The south is wet and tropical, with some rainforest coverage. North-west China is covered in desert. In the very far north-east, close to Russia, the temperature can drop to -50ºC in the winter. Art: Chinese art is visual art that, whether ancient or modern, originated in or is practiced in China or by Chinese artists. The Chinese art in the Republic of China (Taiwan) and that of overseas Chinese can also be considered part of Chinese art where it is based in or draws on Chinese heritage and Chinese culture

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