What Is the East of North?
What Is the North of East?
Thailand – Siam to Thailand
Japan – The Land of the Rising Sun
Philippines – Islands to the West
China – The Red Dragon
Indonesia – East Indies
Singapore – The Garden City
While many Singaporeans are ethnically Chinese (74%), they celebrate their cultural diversity through food and festivals. For example, although more than 80% of its citizens are ethnic Chinese, there is no national religion, It is a newly minted nation-state. Currently, it has an amazing mix of cultures and history. Asian food festivals are known to draw in big crowds.
The Difference Between the East of North and the North of East
The east and west of the north may seem the same, but there are many differences. The most obvious difference includes geography and direction. For example, if you travel east from your location, you will arrive at the East of the North, whereas traveling north from where you are now will lead you to the North of the East. These two regions have completely different geographic locations and axis.
Due to these differences in location and axis, each region has its own unique weather patterns and cultural character which will be explored later on in detail. The other big difference between the East of North and North of East is history. While both regions were colonized by Western powers over a century ago, they evolved differently due to their different geographies.
Most countries in either East of North or North of East are located on large bodies of water (Atlantic ocean/Pacific ocean/Gulf of Mexico) rather than an inland sea like Europe or huge oceans like India.
This means that although land borders separate them from neighboring regions, these countries still share a similar warm climate with plenty of tropical fruits growing all year long and an average weather.
Notable exceptions include Japan which is located along an inland sea; Korea whose peninsula separates China and Japan; Russia whose Bering Sea coast separates it from Alaska; China whose southern tip borders Vietnam while its northern tip stretches into Mongolia; as well as Alaska where tundra meets forests due to proximity with Canada’s water bodies.
Moving from the north axis to the east is known as East of North. If you move north from the east axis, it’s called North of East. This is the major difference that sets both of these apart from one another.
The culture of a country is its national treasure which is invaluable and can never be replaced or renewed. It’s passed on from one generation to another and it is the identity of the people of that country.
It represents the nation, therefore, it’s the responsibility of the people to maintain it and cherish it. They should hold their culture in high regard and they should be proud of it.
Every country on this earth has its own history. All the struggles and sacrifices made in the past give value to a country.
Lastly, I would like to say that both the countries which are included in the “East of North” and the “North of East” have a rich cultural background and a captivating history and tradition. You should definitely visit some of these countries to experience this first hand.