Top 5 Shocking China facts-2023 reports


With more than 1.4 billion people, China is the world’s second-most populous country, and it has laid many of the foundations of the modern world. welcome to and today I will tell you more about  china facts .


China, officially known as the People’s Republic of China, is one of the largest countries in the world, covering 9.6 square kilometres.

It borders 14 nations, and this number is equaled only by Russia. The capital city is Beijing, and Shanghai is the city with the most people living in it. Other cities are Guangzhou, Chongqing, and Hangzhou.

A few of the main places to see in China are the Great Wall of China, which is the longest wall in the world; the Terracotta Army, which represents the army that was the decisive factor in forming a united China; the Forbidden City, which is a place of Chinese cultural and historical relics; and giant pandas, which can be seen close up.

The climate of China is extremely diverse, from tropical regions in the south to subarctic regions in the north. China has two major rivers: the Yellow River and the Yangtze River. There is also the Taklamakan Desert and the Gobi Desert, the world’s highest point. Mount Everest is on the border between China and Nepal.

Government of China

China is governed by the Communist Party of China. The government consists of the executive branch, the legislative branch, the judicial branch, and the military branch.

The primary organs of state power are the National People’s Congress, the President, and the State Council. The head of state is the president, and the head of government is the premier. The current president of China is Xi Jingping, and he has been in office since 2012.

Cultural facts about china

The official language of China is standard Mandarin, which is mostly based on the Beijing dialect. Mandarin has been the only language used in education on the mainland since the 1950s.
Mandarin is a tonal language, and getting the four tones correct when speaking is necessary to be understood mainland China uses simplified characters adopted to facilitate literacy during the mid-1950s; traditional characters are used in Taiwan.

Hong Kong, Macau, and many other overseas Chinese have their own dialects, which can be very different China was one of the world’s earliest civilizations.
The recorded history of Chinese civilization can be traced to the Yellow River Valley, which is said to be the cradle of Chinese civilization.

Historical facts about china

The Xie dynasty was the first to be described in ancient historical chronicles. China was unified in 221 BC by Qin Shihuang, who was the first emperor of China.

The two thousand-year-old imperial system collapsed in 1911 when Sunni opsin founded the Republic of China in 1916. China descended into anarchy, with various warlords ruling over different regions of the country.

The Chinese Civil War from 1946 to 1949 led to the breakup of the country, with communist leader Mao Zedong founding the People’s Republic of China on the mainland while the losing side retreated to Taiwan after the introduction of economic reforms in 1978.

China has been one of the world’s fastest-growing economies; it is the second-largest economy by nominal GDP after the United States and the largest country by purchasing power parity.

China facts

Here are some interesting facts: China is the owner of all pandas in the world; any pandas in other countries are lent from China.

China has only one timezone; therefore, in some places, the Sun rises as late as 10 a.m.

China is the only country in the world where reproduction is limited until 2015.

Chinese couples were allowed to have only one child, and now they can have two.

There is still a lot to learn about China, and to find out more, you can click on the Culture on your screen, or you can follow EUBINS social media channels if you would like to learn about something else. Thanks for reading this article.

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