Northeast Asia

Northeast Asia in a broader sense, North Asia and East Asia, so the entire Asian part of Russia ( Siberia and the Far East) and Mongolia and Japan, China, North Korea and South Korea.

In a narrower sense is just meant the actual northern East Asia: Japan, Korea, China ( only occasionally north of the Great Wall ) and the far eastern part of Russia.

The Far Eastern Economic Review counted in 1991 China, Hong Kong and Macau, Japan, Mongolia, North Korea, South Korea, Asiatic Russia ( Siberia and Far East ) and Taiwan North East Asia.

In the six countries of Northeast Asia accounts for about 40 percent of the global tourism industry, however, different levels of economic development and political confrontations (eg Korea) complicate their bloom.

Northeast Asia has the world's energy consumption accounted for 12 %, and the trend is rising.