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中国 (中华人民共和国 Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó),是个阿毛大得國冢，在世界上排老四！共13亿上頭人落儿。With coasts on the East China Sea, Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, and South China Sea, it borders 14 nations — Afghanistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan， Laos and Vietnam to the South, Tajikistan，Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan to the West, Russia and Mongolia to the North and North Korea to the East. This number of neighbouring states is equalled only by China's vast neighbour to the north, Russia. 可是香港， 澳門搭台湾非中國主區。
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"I am not one who was born in the possession of knowledge. I am one who is fond of antiquity, and earnest in seeking it there." — Confucius Chinese civilisation has endured through millennia of tumultuous upheaval and revolutions, golden ages and periods of anarchy alike. Through the recent economic boom initiated by the reforms of Deng Xiaoping, China is once again one of the leading nations in the world, buoyed by its large, industrious population and abundant natural resources. The depth and complexity of the Chinese civilisation, with its rich heritage, has fascinated Westerners such as Marco Polo and Gottfried Leibniz in centuries past, and will continue to excite - and bewilder - the traveller today. In Chinese, China is zhong guo, literally "central land" but often translated as "Middle Kingdom". People from everywhere else are wai guo ren, "outside land people", or colloquially lao wai, "old outsider" with "old" in the sense of venerable or respected. Of course the Chinese are by no means the only people who do this sort of thing — consider the Mediterranean (middle of the Earth) Sea — but it is a part of the Chinese world view that visitors should consider.