East Asia

Seasons in Taiwan

Taiwan is the island near coasts of China that lies on border of two climatic zones. Northern part of island has subtropical climate with wet summer and dry cool winter. Southern part of Taiwan has pronounced monsoon tropical climate with minor changes of temperature through whole year. Instead there are dry and rainy seasons.

Seasons in Macau

Macau is located on border of tropical and subtropical climatic zones. However due to its small territory climate is considered as maritime subtropical with cool winter and warm rainy summer. Winter average is 12 °C (54 °F) yet actual daytime temperature is higher. It is about 15 °C (59 °F). Cold winds common in eastern part of China rarely reach Macau thus seasonal shifts of temperature are smooth.

Seasons in Mongolia

High ranges of Central Asia, outer Mongolia on almost all sides by powerful barriers that isolate it from the moist air currents as the Atlantic and the Pacific, which creates its territory is sharply continental climate. It is characterized by the predominance of Sunny days, especially in winter, significant dry air, low precipitation, sharp temperature fluctuations, not only yearly, but daily. The temperature during the day can sometimes fluctuate in the range of 20-30 degrees.

Seasons in China

Lots people from the whole world think China has with a year-round hot climate. However, China is a huge country with ranging climatic conditions. This country combines a diversity of climatic zones.
Zhongguo is the most common informal name for China. The term is translated as "Middle Kingdom" what deeply reflects its substance. There are nearly all the existing climates. It is almost impossible to choose the season which would provide you with good weather conditions over the territory of China.

Seasons in Hong Kong

Hong is a highly dynamic crossroads of Asia, which is also a gateway to mainland China. Special administrative region of Hong Kong people's Republic of China for more than a century and a half it combines the cultures of the West and the East. Hong Kong has always lived by his own laws, not noticing the arising of amazing paradoxes.

Seasons in Japan

Japan is poor in natural resources, but brings a huge number of delightful natural scenery. The Japanese are very attentive to details, and their pedantry can be compared only to the German pedantry. We share a year on the four traditional periods. The Japanese share a year on the 24 seasons since ancient times.