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Country: China

Learn about China’s geography, language, culture, food, and history. Take a virtual tour of the Great Wall or view numerous photographs of Chinese people and places. Try writing Chinese characters or listen to audio files of Chinese word pronunciations. Includes many craft and classroom activities, plus interactive quizzes. There are sites for students of all ages. Includes eThemes resources on ancient civilizations of China and panda bears.


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This CIA site has facts about China's population, geography, climate, natural resources and more. Includes a map.
Follow the links to read how a bridge from an ancient Chinese painting is designed and constructed, then play the bridge game. Explore the usefulness of bamboo and the dynasty's contributions to modern culture. Includes a teacher's guide.
To get the latest news on China, read these articles from the Washington Post.
Read about Buddhism, a common religion in China. There are many images of Buddhist art, temples, and monks.
This site is great has several facts about China, including history, culture, and interactives. NOTE: This site contains a message board.
Follow Mr. Wong on this culinary tour of China. Learn about Chinese cooking methods and utensils, different types of regional cuisine, and the history of Chinese food. To navigate, click on the tabs at the top of the page, then click on a topic on the left-hand side.
This CNN site introduces China comprehensively, including its economics, politics and the lifestyle. There are video clips, interactive maps and other fun features. There are many articles that are good for older students. Requires Quick Time.
This student-created site includes a quiz, a lesson on making paper, and an activity in which you can find out what animal sign you were born under according to the Chinese calendar.
This site has numerous activities and handouts related to China. This is geared toward elementary students.
These online quizzes will test your Chinese.
This site has basic information about China. Includes a map and a picture of the Chinese flag.
Click on the names of the different regions to learn more about that part of China. Includes a picture.
Read this encyclopedia entry about China. NOTE: This site contains ads.
This page from the Library of Congress has topics ranging from the chronology of dynasties to women, education, population, economy, etc.
These sites are about giant and red panda bears. Learn about their native habitats, what they eat, and why they are endangered. See live views of pandas through several Web cams, watch videos, and listen to audio clips of a panda bleating, honking, and barking. Includes a link to an eThemes Resource on endangered animals and one on the country of China.
Learn about ancient China. On these sites, you can read about the daily life, history, dynasties, inventions, and celebrations of the oldest continuous civilization on earth. See Chinese art, view the Great Wall, visit the terracotta army of Emperor Qin, or read about Confucius and Chinese women as warriors.

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