Welcome to China (DK Readers Level 3) by Caryn Jenner

By Caryn Jenner

Images mix with full of life illustrations and interesting, age-appropriate tales in DK Readers, a multilevel interpreting application bound to seize kid's curiosity whereas constructing their interpreting talents and normal wisdom. Welcome to China takes readers on a whirlwind travel of the world's largest state, looking at its humans, its panorama, its tradition, and the way all of those are altering with the days.

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Big cities Chinese cities are very crowded— full of people, buildings, and traffic. The biggest city, Shanghai, has almost 17 million people, including several million residents who live there temporarily for work. The population of Beijing, the capital city, is 14 million. Shanghai business center 28 At least 50 cities in China have populations of one million or more. As more people move to the cities, the cities grow upward and outward. In some cities, too many people have moved in too quickly, and there are not enough homes and jobs for everyone.

Several million people had to move away. The dam has also harmed wildlife and the environment. The Three Gorges Dam has changed the Yangtze forever—both for the better and for The Lesser Gorge before the the worse. floods raised the water level 36 Yangtze river dolphin Experts believe that there may not be any river dolphins left in the Yangtze. These creatures were white and had long, narrow beaks. 37 Saving the pandas What has black-and-white fur and lives in China? Pandas, of course! Sadly, there are not many pandas left.

Mandarin The official language of China. Martial arts Styles of fighting, such as kung fu, karate, or judo, which are often practiced as sports. Minority A small group of people with different traits than most of the people in their country. Orbiter A spacecraft that circles around a moon or planet. Population The number of people who live in a place. Silk Road A historical trade route that led from southern Europe to China, passing through Arabia, Egypt, Persia, and India along the way. Tone The highness or lowness of a sound.

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