What are correct about the India subcontinent and east Asia?
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Asked in India
Which of the following are correct statements about the Indian sub continent and east Asia?
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What are correct statements about the Indian subcontinent and East Asia?
There are a lot of educated people in India who are fluent in English. The subcontinent has fewer natural barriers to invasion than East Asia. The weather if the subcontinent is dominated by monsoons. East Asia and the subcontinent have different religions (discouraged religion in the case of China). China's industry boom is in manufacturing, while India's is in software and customer service. China has 1.38 billion people (2015), while India has 1.31 billion - with a slightly higher birth rate, India may have more people than China within 20 years. (The rest of east Asia also has a higher rate.)
Asked in East India Company
How did the british east India company affect the Indian subcontinent?
What is true about the Indian subcontinent and East Asia?
East Asia and the subcontinent have very different religions The subcontinent region is dominated by monsoons .India has 1.1 billion people, while China has 1.3 billion. China's industry boom is in manufacturing, while India's is in software and costumer service. The subcontinent has fewer natural barriers to invasion than East Asia. There are a lot of educated people in India who are fluent in English.
Asked in Asia
Is India middle eastern or Asian?
The Middle East is a subregion of Asia. I assume by Asian you mean East Asia. India is not a part of the Middle East or East Asia. It's in its own subregion: South Asia. It can be also referred to as the Indian subcontinent but can be offensive to Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, Nepalese, Sri Lankans, and Bhutanese people because you would be using the name of a country (India) to refer to a region that is more than just India. For this reason you should use the term South Asia instead of Indian Subcontinent.