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China has approximately 78 per cent of the population of all the Northeast Asian countries. The three north-eastern Chinese provinces have about one-third of the population of Northeast Asia. When the higher population density in China’s border regions is contrasted with the less densely populated border regions in adjacent Mongolia and Russia, it becomes even more apparent that China dominates Northeast Asia in terms of population. The late twentieth-century transition from high to low fertility and mortality rates is complete in most Northeast Asian countries.
Urban population: percentage of the total population living in areas termed urban by that country. GNI PPP per capita, 2002: gross national income in purchasing power parity (PPP) by mid-year population, based on value of goods and services in US which can be purchased in referenced country with US dollars. b Do not reproduce without permission from Population Reference Bureau, Inc. c 1 November 2000 Census enumerated population, Tabulation of the 2000 Population Census of the Peoples Republic of China: compiled by the Population Census Ofﬁce of the State Council Department of Population, Social, Science and Technology Statistics, National Review of Statistics of China, 2002, Beijing.
76 The Emigration and Immigration and Legal Status of Overseas Koreans Bill of January 2000 allows ethnic Koreans to stay in South Korea for two years, with the possibility of extending their visas and integrating into ROK society. In contrast to the more accepting legal environment they ﬁnd in the ROK, ethnic Koreans in either China or Japan, whose ancestors left Korea before and during the Japanese occupation (1910–1945), may ﬁnd it almost impossible to preserve their Korean identity. The ROK no longer directly accepts North Koreans who have migrated to China.
A Handbook of Asia Minor: Volume IV.2 Cilicia, Antitaurus, and North Syria by Great Britain Admiralty