Mostly the Han Chinese, about 92% of the population. According to Wikipedia, "large ethnic minorities include the Zhuang (16 million), Manchu (10 million), Hui (9 million), Miao (8 million), Uyghur (7 million), Yi (7 million), Tujia (5.75 million), Mongols (5 million), Tibetans (5 million), Buyei (3 million), and Koreans (2 million)"
Notable individual inhabitants of China include President Hu Jintao, novelist Wang Shuo, and my good friend Sarah from college.
There is a Chloe Wang who lives in China. There are many of him/her in China.
The giant panda comes from China. It lives in the south east of China and central China.
in the mountains of China
bamboo lives every where in china
About 20% of the world's population lives in China.
There were 441 Million lives in China in 1914.
It naturally lives in china.
in beijing , china
In the jungle (or in zoos).
they live in china
Theres tigers,China meat dogs & others
a Siberian tiger lives in the southern part of china
Pandas are native to China and eat bamboo.
China is in the northern and the eastern hemispheres.
she lives in china for pasta
1/4 is the answer.
japan japan no the majority of china lives next the the Japanese sea not in japan
China lives in Beverly Hills, California.
The qin dynasty affected the cultural lives of the people of china by affecting their currency, weights and measures and writing system