China’s Population in Perspective

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Map of China’s Provinces labeled as countries with equivalent populations.

Inspired by US States Renamed For Countries With Similar GDPs and again taken from Strange Maps.

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    10 Responses to China’s Population in Perspective

    1. Which country is Tibet? 🙂

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    2. Taiwan is not a part of China.

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    3. I was wondering where i got that one picture from. I found it in one of my folders.

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    4. Slap some India on there. Not so impressive now, eh?

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    5. Shit, China’s got a hell of a lot of people.

      To see Canada and Mexico in those little spaces… o.O

      Damn. And India has an even higher population density.

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    6. Yemen = $52.216 billion (ppp)
      Taiwan = $695.388 billion (ppp)

      The disparity between nominal GDPs is even greater. This map is either out of date or totally full of shit.

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    7. @Caio:
      I believe it has to do with population and not GDP.

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    8. @yawn: Dude, Canada has, like, 5 inhabitants.

      And Mexico doesn’t even count.

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