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Chapter Summary

This chapter gives an overview of the changes brought by China tidal wave and also talks about Xian and Taibaishan, an ocean basin in the Pacific, the Chinese-Russian Frontier, and Southeast North China. The part of the Great Wall, which starts at north of Beijing and ends at Ji-ayuguan, nearly two thousand miles to the west, was built under the direction of a famous general of the Ming dynasty. China has no other choice but to save a billion of its people by a mass migration that will break through the barriers of sovereignty. Xinjiang was of vital importance: it was the gateway to Siberia northward, and westward to Europe by the Old Silk Road. The city of Zhangjiakou is south of the Great Wall, but that did not stop the Russians from making it their military headquarters.

Keywords: Great Wall; Manzhouli; Taibaishan; Xian; Xinjiang; Zhangjiakou

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