Introduction South America is world’s fourth largest continent. It has an area of 17,840,000 km2 that covers one-eighth of the land area on Earth. South America is home to about 423 million people. There are 12 sovereign nations and other territories in the continent. South America contains natural wonders and unique cultures.
4. The change of population 4.1 The huge influx of Chinese The immigration and Nationality act of 1965 results in the booming of Chinese population in America. The number of Chinese in America was 237,292 in 1960, and it grew to be 435,062 by the end of 1970, and 806,027 in 1980. During 1969-1977, the number of Chinese immigrants mounted to 196,000. The Chinese take a greater and greater proportion of America population, with 0.14% in 1960(before the act), 0.21% in 1970, 0.35% in 1980 and 0.67% in 1990.
Section 1: Dominican Republic Overview Geographic Description The Dominican Republic is a beautiful island located on a larger piece of land called Hispaniola. The tropical land takes up two-thirds of Hispaniola which equals out to be roughly 19,000 square miles, while its sister island, Haiti, takes up the rest. According to an article by world atlas, there are four significant mountain ranges. Lesser ranges cover the northern coastlines, and the southwestern border areas with Haiti (World Atlas). The Dominican Republic lies between the Caribbean and Atlantic Oceans having a population of about 10 million people.
The area of Europe is about 3,930,000 square miles, where its borders start from Asia to the Atlantic, and from Africa reaching the Arctic. In fact, Europe is one the top tourist attractive destinations and there are about 480 million tourists from the world visit the European countries every year. In addition, the most ten visited countries in the world, seven of them are located in Europe. So,
However, compared with other parts of China, the gap between Tibet and urban areas is still outstanding. The human resource capital used for development needs to be improved. From macroscopic view, the human resources capital of the Tibetan population has been greatly improved, but it cannot adapt to the rapid development of the economy. With the rapid development of Tibet 's economy, the demand for human resources capital is higher and higher. This problem has become a prominent problem that restricts the economic development of agriculture, pastoral areas, the increase of farmers and herdsmen.
Introduction Spain is one of today 's great culture creators, the language is spoken by more than about 570 million People in the world and is the second largest mother tongue in the world after Mandarin ... Spain lies on the Iberian Peninsula, with over 46 million inhabitants and stretching over 492,000 km2. But the Spanish empire was many times bigger and stretched across almost the whole globe, Europe, Africa, America and Asia. The Spanish empire has made its mark on the Iberian Peninsula, large parts of South and Central America, the Philippines in the Pacific Ocean. And several islands in the Atlantic Ocean This essay will discuss the Spanish empire and the history of Spain that led to such an event. Also what happened to the Spanish
Ling is an oasis containing more than a quarter of Peru's population. Peru has a total area of 496,222 square miles with the population total of 29,849,303. Peru is divided by the Andes Mountains into three sharply differentiated zones. Their monetary unit is called Nuevo Sol since 1991. Peru is the third largest country in South America.
These sources of inequality are inherent in China’s hukou system which restricts rural migrants from privileges enjoyed by urban residents in terms of social security such as retirement benefits, schooling, and housing (Joseph, 2014, p. 260-261). The addition to income from a university education compared to that of primary schooling has increased dramatically from 9% in 1988 to 39% in 1995 to 88% in 2002 (Gustafsson, Li and Sicular, 2008, p. 25). This means that levels of educational attainment highly influenced the income earning prospects and is a significant factor of income inequality in China. Indeed, gap in education contributes as much as 11% to China’s Gini coefficient (Gan 2013, p. 18). The exclusivity of access to education inherent in the hukou system therefore significantly contributes to the rising levels of inequality in
The world's 8th largest company by revenue, ExxonMobil is also the fifth largest publicly traded company by market capitalization.  The company was ranked No. 6 globally in Forbes Global 2000 list in 2014. ExxonMobil was the second most profitable company in the Fortune 500 in