<cite id="xd1zd"><span id="xd1zd"><ins id="xd1zd"></ins></span></cite><th id="xd1zd"></th>
<strike id="xd1zd"></strike><strike id="xd1zd"><dl id="xd1zd"><del id="xd1zd"></del></dl></strike>
<span id="xd1zd"></span>
<strike id="xd1zd"></strike><strike id="xd1zd"></strike>
<th id="xd1zd"></th>
<strike id="xd1zd"></strike>
<strike id="xd1zd"></strike>
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience and security.
Question: China has about half of the world’s population.
Answer: China has about 20 percent of the world’s population. Other populous nations include India, Japan, and the United States.
Question: North China and South China are separated by a tall mountain range.
Answer: The 3,915 miles (6,300-kilometer-long) Yangtze River separates northern and southern China. The river flows from Tibet to the Pacific Ocean.
Question: The largest cave system in the world is in China.
Answer: Mammoth Cave, in the American state of Kentucky, is the world’s largest known cave system. It is at least 390 miles (625 kilometers) long, and parts of it have not yet been explored or mapped.
Question: China has 22 provinces.
Answer: China has 22 provinces and claims the independent nation of Taiwan as its 23rd.
Question: China is the most densely populated country on Earth.
Answer: China has the world’s largest population, but it also has a large land area. Monaco, the tiny European country, has nearly 17,000 people per square kilometer—and China only some 140.
Question: Hong Kong belongs to China.
Answer: Hong Kong was a British territory until 1997. It is now a special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China.
Question: Chinese years are named after animals.
Answer: Each year in the Chinese calendar is named after one of twelve animals: rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, ram, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig.
Question: The world’s largest public square is found in China.
Answer: Tiananmen Square, in the Chinese capital of Beijing, is said to be the world’s largest public square. It covers 100 acres (40.5 hectares).
Exterior of the Forbidden City. The Palace of Heavenly Purity. Imperial palace complex, Beijing (Peking), China during Ming and Qing dynasties. Now known as the Palace Museum, north of Tiananmen Square. UNESCO World Heritage site.
? Photos.com/Jupiterimages

Exploring China: Fact or Fiction?

{{(vm.state.currentQuestion + 1)}} of {{vm.questions.length}}
Exploring China: Fact or Fiction?
You finished!
Your Score: {{vm.state.numberCorrect}} / {{vm.questions.length}}
Play Next Quiz
{{(vm.state.currentQuestion + 1)}} of {{vm.questions.length}}
{{vm.state.numberCorrect}}/{{vm.questions.length}} correct
{{vm.state.score|number:0}}/{{vm.maxPoints}} points
Your results
Question {{($index + 1)}}
Your Answer:
{{vm.state.responses[$index].isCorrect ? 'Your' : ''}} Correct Answer:
Are you a quizmaster?
Compare your score
Max Score: {{vm.maxPoints}}
Your Score
Community Average
High scores
or to track your quiz stats, save your best scores, and compete with the community!
Check out Britannica's new site for parents!
Subscribe Today!