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Q: Which of the following is true of the ethnic composition of East Asia? A. About 25 percent of Mongolians are ethnic Kazakhs. B. Japanese people are mainly descended from mainland Asian
populations. C. North and South Korea have been ethnically distinct for many centuries. D. The Han Chinese comprise more than 90 percent of China's population. ?
A: THe answer is- B. The Han Chinese comprise more than 90 percent of China's population.
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User: Which of the following is true of the ethnic composition of East Asia? A. About 25 percent of Mongolians are ethnic Kazakhs. B. Japanese people are mainly descended from mainland Asian populations. C. North and South Korea have been ethnically distinct for many centuries. D. The Han Chinese comprise more than 90 percent of China's population. ?

Weegy: THe answer is- B. The Han Chinese comprise more than 90 percent of China's population.
Batista|Points 397|

User: The Filipinos call it the Luzon Sea and the Vietnamese call it the East Sea, but however it's named, the _____ Sea is the world's largest sea body after the five oceans. A. Celebes. B. Java. C. South China. D. Philippine. ?

Weegy: The Filipinos call it the Luzon Sea and the Vietnamese call it the East Sea, but however it's named, the D. South China Sea.
WeggyExpert|Points 40|

User: According to a 1993 World Bank report, East Asian economic growth in the late twentieth century was due, in part, to. A. governments that favored import substitution over export competitiveness. B. educational programs focused on free higher education. C. strong governments that maintained business stability. D. relatively weak laissez-faire government policies. ?

Weegy: According to a 1993 World Bank report, East Asian economic growth in the late twentieth century was due, in part, to B. relatively weak laissez-faire government policies.
OxTornado007|Points 6899|

User: Until the mid-1900, most Chinese cities were. A. nonexistent. B. very few in number. C. small towns. D. market and administrative centers. ?

Weegy: Until the mid-1900s, most Chinese cities were market and administrative centers.
Expert answered|smithwella0|Points 10|

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