This is a list of Asian countries and dependent territories by population sorted by normalized demographic projections. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revisionreviewed on 30 August
Asia makes up the eastern portion of the Eurasian supercontinent ; Europe occupies the western portion. The border between the two continents is debated. Asia is bordered by the Arctic, Pacific, and Indian oceans.
Southeast Asia is a large region of Asia that stretches from east of India and south of China. The region includes continental countries as well as island nations within several different seas. This divide actually makes up the two distinct geographical regions of Southeast Asia: Maritime and Mainland.
Need some geography help? Here's a list of all countries in Asia, with their capitals. List of Asian nations, which consists of Asian countries and capitals, can be found here.
County's 1, Asian Americans 15 percent of the county's population and 54, Pacific Islanders -- including the non-immigrant Native Hawaiian sub-demographic -- the largest number in the continental U. According to the report, in the last decade, the Asian American population of L. County grew 20 percent, and the Pacific Islander population grew nine percent, even though the total county population grew only three percent.
Merrit Kennedy. The central business district skyline is seen at dusk on Monday in Jakarta, Indonesia. Indonesia has announced plans to build a new capital city as its current capital, Jakarta, struggles with pollution, traffic gridlock — and the fact that the city is sinking.
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Human development reached an important and challenging milestone in That year, the United Nations announced that more than half of the world's population lived in urban areas. The news raised questions about issues such as disease control, food production, education, housing, employment, and migration. In the nearly five years since the world discovered this global demographic shift, the number of megacities -- defined as cities with populations greater than 10 million -- grew from 28 in to 33 inmore than triple the number in