China Factfile: An encyclopaedia of everything you need to know about China, for teachers, students and travellers

by Collins (Author)
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A digital encyclopaedia of China packed with essential need-to-know facts. Collins China Factfile has been created by the publisher of the authoritative and popular Times Atlas range. Use it to gain an in-depth understanding of China, whether you’re learning the facts for the first time or looking to refresh your knowledge.

Use Collins China Factfile ebook to discover:

• The most reliable statistical information on topics covering Chinese history, people, government, economy, geography and environment.

• Photographs and graphics illustrate statistics throughout and make information easy to understand. Ideal for teachers and students.

• Historical and present day maps sit alongside in-depth details.

• All information has been carefully researched and comes from the most up-to-date sources.

• Ideal reference for home, school and business, or when travelling to China.

Did you know?
Agriculture employs over 40% of the working population in China.

China’s national animal is the giant panda.

China’s highest point is Mount Everest, which reaches 8848 metres.

Enhanced learning with Collins China Factfile ebook.
• Easy to navigate between pages and topics: click on a chapter in the contents to be taken to its page.

• Facts at your fingertips: search function enables you to go directly to the information you need.

• Follow links to useful websites.

• Zoom into hi-res images for greater detail: view them in full screen.

• Highlight sections of text and add your own notes - save useful information to use again and personalise the encyclopaedia to capture your interests.

• Never lose your page again: bookmark multiple pages for easy access.

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Book details

Publication date
November 24, 2011