Censorship In China

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Over the years, China has set an example for countries all over the world by making advances in fields as complicated as sciences and maths, but also is the country that produces the smartest children. China or officially known as the Peoples Republic of China is the largest country in Asia and has a population of about 1,364,038,000 people making it the most populated country in the world. China has 22 provinces, four municipalities, and two special administrative regions. The capital, Beijing, is the cultural, economic, and political hub of the country. Other cities like Shanghai are known as industrial cities or Hong Kong, which is a commercial city and port for international goods. China’s government is currently focusing on and they are also planning on finding new energy sources that are both efficient but to not harm the environment. China is also planning on reforming the education, healthcare, housing, and social welfare systems. Internationally, China is facing environmental hardships regarding the excessive air pollution and smog. Around the world, humanitarians are fighting to eliminate censorship laws in China, and hoping to get rid of the discrimination against children with disabilities. Overall, China is facing some major problems in…show more content…
The different nations are interested in the fishing opportunity, but are also interested in the oil and natural gas that might be located under the water. The estimated amount of oil depends per country, and there is a high chance that there are not natural resources located there. According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA)'s profile of the South China Sea region, a On July 20th, 2011, all these countries agreed to resolve this dispute. PRC's assistant foreign minister, Liu Zhenmin, said that this was In 2012, all of the Paracel Islands were given to China to

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