Beijing and Kuwait
Beijing and Kuwait are two Asia capitals. Kuwait is the captial of Iraq whereas Beijing is the capital of China. However, neither city is ommercial centre of their contry. While Beijing depends on producing of textiles and tourism, Kuwait is depends on export of petroleum.This report will compare and constrast two cities in regrads to their climate, population and geography features.
Firstly, the climate features of the two cities are greatly different. On the one hand, Beijing’s climate is a continental-monsoonal. It is charectized by hot, humid summers and cold, dry winters. On the orther hand, the typical of Kuwait’s climate is a tropical desert. It is very hot, dry in the summers and so cool in the winters. In comparison with Beijing, Kuwait is much hotter. The temperature rang was recorded from 13oC in February to 25oC in April. Because of tropical desert climate, the rainfall of Kuwait is approximate 125mm that only is six times lower than Beijing’s.
An important difference between Beijing and Kuwait is the population and the composition. Kuwait has around 2,3 million people. By contrast with Kuwait, Beijing has a population of over 15 million, which is one of the largest cities in the world. Nearly all the inhabitants of Beijing are of Chinese Han descent while population of Kuwait is composited only two thirds Arab descent. The remaining of Kuwait’s population immigrates from India, Pakistan, and Iran…
While there are a number of diffenrences between the two cities, there are some similarities. Both of them are situated at the North. Kuwait is on the North West corner of the Persian Gulf whereas Beijing is located on the North East of China. Besides, both cities are near the Oceans: India Ocean and Pacific Ocean. However, there is a greatly difference in their size. Kuwait occupies 800 sq kms. In comparison with Kuwait, Beijing is twice bigger.