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Capital City: BeijingAbsolute Location: 39 degrees 55'N, 116 degrees 20'EGDP Per Capita: $6600 (2009)Communist StateMajor Landforms/water features:Himalayan Mountains - world's tallest mountainsPlateau of Tibet - aka Roof of the WorldYangtze River - 3rd longest river in the world.

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Tourist Attraction: The Great Wall of China

Touriist Attraction - Terra Cotta Army

HEIThe Three Gorges Dam is the world’s largest dam designed to control flooding and generate hydroelectric power. This project began in 1994 and is scheduled to be fully operational in 2011. Over one million people have been relocated and many towns, villages, and archeological sites will be covered with water.

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WATER ISSUESMany rivers are being used to water in areas which are not suitable for growing crops, leaving arable land areas without water.

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The First Family Visits China


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