China's capital, with a population of 12 million people
Also known as the Sea of Japan
Portuguese name for Taiwan
One of the worlds largest deserts, covers part of China and present-day Mongolia
A canal that connects Huang He and Chang Jiang. It is the longest canal ever built.
A 1500 mile long wall that protected China from invaders
The former british colony and is now part of China
Honshu, Hokkaido, Shikoku, Kyushu
Large, chinese flat-bottomed sailing ships, designed for fishing, transportation and shelter
An Asian peninsula (off Manchuria) separating the Yellow Sea and the Sea of Japan, means "chosen"
Japan's nickname because it is one of the first countries to see the sun rise
Fine windblown yellow soil
Portugese trade port in China, known for gambling and drug trading
A major river that runs south from southern China through Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam
World's largest landlocked nation
Located in northern China
The highest peak in Japan at 12,388 feet, volcano that last erupted in 1707, considered a sacred mountain
The fertile region between the Huang He and Chang Jiang rivers.