China is arguably the biggest country in the world, and it often gets attention on the political stage with assertive territorial disputes. It has radical biodiversity, thanks to its size. But, China has some serious diplomatic issues, and it often struggles with environmental problems. A fact-filled video profile explores the vast country, from the Mongolian steppes to the Cold Desert.
- Use the video to introduce a unit of study on the complexities of the Asian political and geographical giant
- Part 36 of the Countries A-Z video series
- Humor—including impersonations—may be offensive to some learners
- Broad overview is perfect to use in a variety of lesson plans
- Video is often funny and engaging