yes they didANSWER 2china invaded Tibet and Tibet is still an occupied country subject to some severe and often brutal attempts at control - china is one of the last of the "old school" communist dictatorships but is trying to enter the modern world - but that "old school" mentality is concerned with saving face and such and solving the Tibet problem is probably one of public image - with the end of the cold war china really doesnt need Tibet as it once did (for border security) but its hard for them to back out due to the stubborness of its leaders
china has a long history of invasion, including the Philippines, okinawa, and japan - some of those invasions ended in disaster for china
Yangtze River is the longest river in China and Asia. It is 6397 km long.
Mongolia separates China and Russia.
Korea joined with China to block Japan Japan tried to invade Korea. Japan fought against China and Korea.
The North China Plain is dominated by the Yellow River. The Yellow River is the second longest river in Asia.
The Japanese aimed to control all of Asia so they needed to invade china to do so.
They invade China.
Maybe because Japan invaded and occupied Korea. Then tried to invade China.
because it was invade
China is IN Asia, but China itself is not Asia because China is a country and Asia is a continent
Japan invade many Countries and colonies in Asia during WWII including China, India, Burma,Malasia, Singapor, Indonesia, and New Guinie.
china will and can invade the america but they arent that strong well probably destroy them
China is a country in the continent of Asia, so China is in Asia.
China didn't invade Manchuria. The Japanese invaded Manchuria in 1931. China went to the League of Nations about it.
The Huns invade China, where part of the Great Wall was built to exclude them.