The Geography of East and Southeast Asia
The Great Wall of China is the longest structure ever built by humans, crossing mountains and rivers. It is a lasting symbol of the ways the human and physical geographic features of East and Southeast Asia come together. From the bustling city of Hong Kong to the island nations of Singapore and Malaysia, readers will discover how people have impacted the land, and how the land has affected the people who live there. This volume includes fact boxes, maps, and breath-taking photographs to further convey the physical and human geographic features of East and Southeast Asia.