Regional countries of the world

Asia is the world’s largest and most populous continent, initially in the eastern and northern hemisphere. It is located at 8.7% of the surface area and 30% of the land area. More than 60% of the world’s population lives in Asia with approximately 430 million people Like most of the world, Asia’s growth rate is high in modern times. For example, during the twentieth century, Asia’s population has increased almost fourfold, like the world population.

Asia’s border is culturally determined, since there is no clear geographical isolation with Europe, which is the formation of an unbroken terrain that is called Eurasia together. The most commonly accepted borders of Asia are the Suez Canal, the Ural River, and the Eastern Ural Mountains, and the Caucasus Mountains and the Caspian and south of the Black Sea. It is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on the east, the Indian Ocean in the south and the North Ocean in the north. The continents of Asia and Europe are separated from each other by the Eural Mountains, the Eural River, the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea. The Red Sea and the Suez canals also split the Asian continent from Africa and the narrow berking system in the northeast separates it from the North American continent. It is to be noted that on the one side of the Bering process is located in the Russian Federation of Ulyna in Asia and Alaska in the United States of North American continent. The narrowest part of this system is just 82 km² wide, that is, the distance of North American continent is just 82 kilometers from this part of the bering process.

By its size and diversity, Asia’s notion – a name is found in classical civilization – in fact more related to human geography than physical geography. There is a great difference between ethnicity, culture, environment, economy, historical ties and government system across Asia’s zones.