In the Asia-Pacific region, there is a vast range of cultural, economic and physical diversity. The culture in China differs to Fijian culture which also differs to the Australian culture, the variety of cultures in easily noticed. In the Asia-Pacific region we have the county with the 2nd largest economy in the world, China; nevertheless we also have countries with struggling economies. As the Asia-Pacific region occupies such an enormous area it is obvious that it would contain a great variety of climates and landscapes which makes it physically diverse, the Himalayas differ greatly to the low lying islands in the Pacific Ocean like Tuvalu. In the region, it contains developing and non-developing countries which contribute to its diversity. It is evident that throughout the Asia-Pacific region, it is culturally, economically and physically diverse.
The physical diversity in the Asia-Pacific region is the landforms which exist in the region, for example mountains, rivers, volcanoes and more. Australia’s regional and global context comprises countries such as Papua New Guinea, China, Fiji, New Zealand and more. The countries in the region can be classified as developed countries is one that allows all its citizens to enjoy a free and healthy life in a safe environment like Australia and Japan. Other countries are classified as developing countries where the average income is much lower than industrial nations and when the major industry sector is agriculture like China.
There are all sorts of cultures in the Asia-Pacific region, sometimes we refer the people in our region as either ‘Asians’ or ‘Islanders’, as if they are single ethnic or cultures, which is completely wrong as there are further smaller groups within them. The people and cultures of Asia are very diverse as there are many different religions, languages and traditions, there is even great diversity within single countries. For example, in China, 90% of the population are from the Han dynasty...
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