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Unformatted text preview: WELCOME MOTTO STUDYING WITHOUT THINKING IS WASTEFUL. THINKING WITHOUT STUDYING IS DANGEROUS. CONFUCIUS MAP OF CHINA ROMANIZATION OF CHINESE SIR THOMAS FRANCIS WADE (1818-1895) BRITISH MINISTER AT BEIJING (1873-4) PROFESSOR OF CHINESE AT CAMBRIDGE (1888) HERBERT ALLEN GILES (1845-1935) BRITISH CONSUL AT NINGBO (1880-93) PROFESSOR OF CHINESE AT CAMBRIDGE (1897) A CHINESE-ENGLISH DICTIONARY (1892) PINYIN PINYIN PINYIN PINYIN MAP OF CHINA CHINAS GEORGAPHY 3.723 MILLION SQUARE MILES CHINA PROPER (1.775 MILLION SQUARE MILES) POPULATION (ABOUT 1.3 BILLION) POPULATION GROWTH RATE (0.87%) RURAL/URBAN POPULATION RATION (71/29) 22 PROVINCES, 5 AUTONOMOUS REGIONS, 2 SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGIONS, AND 4 MUNICIPALITIES TAIWAN Huanghe Yangtse (Yangzi) Zhujiang Beijing Shanghai Nanjing Guangzhou (Canton) Manchuria Tibet Xinjiang Taiwan Hainan Shandong Xian Qufu MAP OF CHINA...
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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