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China.

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  • This is the Tibet-Quinghai Plateau. Sporting very high elevations of up to two miles high, in addition to cold and dry climate made it hard to live in. At the very least, there's snow and two huge rivers flowing there, being the Huang-He and Yangtze rivers.
  • It was also SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO dry!
  • P. 214
  • Here is the Taklimakin Desert, and the name means "Once you go in, you won't come out." Sporting a lot of sandstorms that create dunes which sparked a legend. Some people believed that two armies and 300 cities are buried 600 feet underground.
  • Yes! I can refill my water bottle
  • P. 215
  • Now we have the Gobi desert. This is much bigger than the Taklimakin Desert. (495,000 square miles longer to be precise) The desert has almost no dunes and is mostly stony with small vegetation spread very few and far between.
  • Rats! I thought there would be Goby fish in the Gobi Desert! I brought my fishing pole for nothing!
  • P. 215
  • Welcome to the Northeastern Plain! Here there's mostly prairie grass as vegetation but no crops can grow because it's too cold and dry. There are two main rivers that are used for travelling.
  • Pretty basic here, except it makes speech bubbles big and your words small.
  • P. 216
  • And to your right there is the North China Plain. This area is special because it gets silt from the Gobi desert, and it makes the soil very yellow and fertile. However, this place does get flooded quite a bit.
  • I think it's flooding again!!
  • P. 217
  • Lastly, we have the Chang-Jiang Basins, which is kind of like the North China Plain, but with less flooding.This area is found in a very fertile area called a delta, and in this delta are many rivers that people travel on and transport goods with. The Chan-Jiang Basins are very low, warm and wet. In ancient times, there used to be a rain forest but now there's mostly just people growing rice.
  • When I told the waiter I could eat a mountain of rice, this not what I meant.  I want MORE rice!!
  •  There you are! I brought some more rice. That'll be 1,500 yen, sir Also, I don't know how to get out of here. 
  • P. 218
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