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Monday, November 7, 2011

World Population: Where it's thick and where it's thin Dân số Thế giới: Nơi quá đông chỗ quá thưa




World Population: Where it's thick and where it's thin

Dân số Thế giới: Nơi quá đông chỗ quá thưa

The growing population of the world, now estimated to be over 7 billion, marks a global milestone and presents obvious challenges for the planet. There are extremely densely populated cities and sparsely populated countries. China is the most populous country with India following closely behind.

Dân số ngày càng tăng của thế giới, ước tính trên 7 tỷ đánh dấu một mốc quan trọng toàn cầu và những thách thức ràng cho toàn hành tinh. nững thành phố rất đông dân cư và có các quốc gia có mật độ dân cư thưa thớt. Trung Quốc là quốc gia đông dân nhất với Ấn Độ theo sát phía sau.

This post brings together some disparate illustrations of our world as it grows, including scenes from Mong Kok district in Hong Kong, which has the highest population density in the world, with 130,000 per one square kilometer. In Mongolia, the world's least densely populated country, 2.7 million people are spread across an area three times the size of France. Then there's Out Skerries, a tiny outcropping of rocks off the east coast of Scotland where the population is just 65. And doing what he can to contribute to that 7 billion global milestone is Ziona, the head of a religious sect called "Chana." He has 39 wives, 94 children, and 33 grandchildren. The world is an interesting place. -- Paula Nelson

Bài viết này tập hợp một số hình ảnh minh họa khác nhau của thế giới của chúng ta khi nó phát triển, bao gồm cả những cảnh từ quận Mong Kok Hong Kong, nơi có mật độ dân số cao nhất trên thế giới, với 130.000 cho mỗi cây số vuông. Tại Mông Cổ, đất nướcdân cư thưa thớt nhất thế giới, 2,7 triệu người được trải rộng trên một diện tích gấp ba lần nước Pháp. Sau đó là Out Skerries, một số đảo đá ngoài khơi bờ biển phía đông của Scotland, nơi dân số chỉ là 65 người. làm những có thể để đóng góp cho cột mốc quan trọng 7 tỷ dân toàn cầu có ông Ziona, người đứng đầu một giáo phái tôn giáo được gọi là "Chana." Ông có 39 vợ, 94 con, và 33 cháu. Thế giới thật là một nơi thú vị. - Paula Nelson

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2011/11/world_population_where_its_thi.html




Motorists pack a junction during rush hour in Taipei in 2009. Taiwan's capital is notorious for its traffic jams, even though many motorists choose motorcycles and scooters over cars. United Nations analysts warn that population growth increases pollution, deforestation, and climate change. (Nicky Loh/Reuters)

A hot summer day in Suining, China, draws hundreds of residents to the swimming pool on July 4, 2010. China has the world's largest population, at 1.3 billion or one out of every five people on Earth. (Reuters) #

Indians gather to get water from a huge well in the village of Natwarghad in the western state of Gujarat in 2003. Although its population growth has slowed in the past quarter century, India still has the second-highest population, at 1.19 billion, with three births for every death. (Amit Dave/Reuters) #

The facade of an apartment building in Shanghai, one of China's fastest-growing urban areas. The city has about 23 million people, or the equivalent of the eight biggest cities in the United States combined. (Reuters) #

Cars cross a street in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong last month. Mong Kok has the highest population density in the world, with 130,000 in one square kilometer. (Bobby Yip/Reuters) #

People cross a street in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong. The United Nations, which reported the world's population reached 7 billion on Oct. 31, says that while more people are living longer and healthier lives, gaps between rich and poor are widening and more people than ever are vulnerable to food insecurity and water shortages. (Bobby Yip/Reuters) #

An elderly woman pushes a cart with paper for recycling on a street in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong, An increasing population is lessening the Earth's resources, the United Nations says. (Bobby Yip/Reuters) #

Tourists shop in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong. (Bobby Yip/Reuters) #

A foreign visitor walks past stalls on Tung Choi Street or "Ladies' Street" in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong in October. (Bobby Yip/Reuters) #

A beggar looks for help at the entrance to Mong Kok subway station in Hong Kong. Mong Kok has the highest population density in the world. (Bobby Yip/Reuters) #

A passenger rests at a bus stop in Mong Kok district in Hong Kong last month. In addition to being the world's most populous district, Mong Kok is known for its small shops and food and clothing booths. (Bobby Yip/Reuters) #

Ulan Bator is the capital of Mongolia, the world's least densely populated country. It has 2.7 million people spread across an area three times the size of France, two-fifths in rural areas on wind-swept steppes. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Pedestrians walk along a street in the Mongolian capital Ulan Bator. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

People congregate outside a shop in the Mongolian capital Ulan Bator last month. According to a 2010 National Population Center census, every year about 35,000 people migrate from the countryside to Ulan Bator. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Young Mongolians walk through the capital Ulan Bator last month. With a population of almost one million, the capital is home to about one out of every three Mongolians. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Javzanpagma, 71, talks on the phone as her husband, Javzansuren, fixes a lantern in Shivert, northeast of Ulan Bator, last month. In addition to being the world's least densely populated country, Mongolia is known for its rich resources of copper, gold, and coal. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Cars and buses line a street in the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator last month. Mongolia is the world's least densely populated country. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Yurts, such as this one in Shivert, are traditional homes that dot the Mongolian countryside. As the world's least densely populated country, Mongolia's economy is built on agriculture and herding. Recently, foreign investors have expressed interest in the country's rich mineral deposits. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Jugderdem, 2, stands at the door of a traditional Mongolian yurt in Shivert, about 140 miles northeast of Ulan Bator. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Javzansuren, 72, at his home in Shivert, Mongolia. Many rural Mongolians have been migrating to the nation's capital, Ulan Bator. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Javzansuren, 72, herds his sheep in Shivert, northeast of Ulan Bator. Herding remains an important part of the Mongolian economy. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Myagmarsuren, 33, walks back to his yurt in Shivert, Mongolia, the world's least densely populated country, with 2.7 million people spread across an area three times the size of France. (Carlos Barria/Reuters) #

Alice Arthur is a firewoman on Out Skerries, a tiny, treeless island off the east coast of Scotland. The total population of the island is 65; it would take more than 100 million Out Skerries to match the world's 7 billion in population. (Olivia Harris/Reuters) #

Owen Anderson, 12, takes a guitar lesson at Out Skerries school in September. Owen is one of only seven children on the island, making the school the smallest in the United Kingdom. (Olivia Harris/Reuters) #

Aron Anderson, 6, plays at Out Skerries school in September. Islanders have been fighting efforts to close their one classroom high school. (Olivia Harris/Reuters) #

Out Skerries, about halfway between Norway and Scotland, is reknowned for its birdlife and isolation, with just 65 residents. (Olivia Harris/Reuters) #

Glasses of milk sit on top of pictures of all the pupils at Out Skerries school - all 7, Sept. 22, 2011. (Olivia Harris/Reuters) #

A combination picture shows 28 of the wives of Ziona, the head of a religious sect called "Chana," which allows polygamy and was founded by Ziona's father in 1942. Ziona has 39 wives, 94 children and 33 grandchildren. He lives in his 4 story 100-room house with 181 members of his family. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Ziona, 67, takes a break at the construction site of a church in Baktawng village in the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram, Oct. 5, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Bikmawi, a granddaughter of Ziona, looks out from the window of her room at their residence in Baktawng, Oct. 5, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Ziona's 4 story house in Baktawng village where he lives with 181 members of his family, Oct. 6, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Sons and grandsons of Ziona play soccer inside their home in Baktawng village, Oct. 5, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

A wife of Ziona prepares breakfast at their residence, Oct. 5, 2011. Meal preparation is a huge undertaking. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Villagers roast a pig for lunch for Ziona's family, Oct. 5, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Saroni, 42, and Manuni, 35, the 12th and 32nd wives of Ziona, cut banana branches to feed pigs in Baktawng village, Oct. 6, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

A daughter-in-law of Ziona holds her grandson at their home. Oct. 7, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Heni, 23, a granddaughter-in-law of Ziona, lives with the other numerous members of his family in a 4 story residence, Oct. 6, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Laundry hangs out to dry on the roof of Ziona's residence, Oct. 6, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Zuali, 37, the 20th wife of Ziona, adjusts his shirt as his sons and driver wait before heading towards the construction site of a church,Oct. 5, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Family members wave from a vehicle on their way to a church construction site, Oct. 5, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #

Family members of Ziona pose for group photograph outside their residence, October 7, 2011. (Adnan Abidi/Reuters) #


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