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An excellent article from the Economist which looks at the territorial disputes in the Himalaya region.

A good read which should help you understand the […]

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100,000 people are being moved from the Chinese, Three Gorges Dam because of land slides and bank collapses near the dam. Also the resivour rises and falls so there is some […]

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An interactive timeline of the last 10 years of China’s growth.  Essential for A level students of superpowers and development.

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China Ups Defence Budget

On March 5, 2012 By

China has uped their defence budget by 11.2% since last year to just over £100,000,000,000. China is also building their first aircraft carrier and other war equipment that they previously […]

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Condensation nuclei, which enable water droplets to form in the atmosphere maybe provided by pollution and dust storms in China – latest research shows.

The Sierra Nevada range, […]

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A lake which should cover an area the size of London has almost dried up.  The lake has shrunk from 3500 km2 to 200km2.

Blame is put upon a drought […]

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Residents of a town in Southern China on the Longjiang River have been rushing to buy bottled water after a pollution incident.

It is thought that a mining […]

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China announced last week that over 50% of its population now live in cities.  Urbanisation is taking place at a rapid rate across the globe.  In 1800 only 3% of […]

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