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China
Flag of China   Coat of Arms of China

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General
General Rank 26
Demographics
Language Chinese
Population 2012
Capital Jiangsu
Politics
Current President Atracurium
Political Party NewSMTH
Economics
Currency Flag-China.jpg Chinese Yuan (CNY)
Minimum salary Flag-China.jpg 5.0 CNY
Average salary Flag-China.jpg 24.76 CNY
Food bonus 100%
Weapon bonus 100%
Military
Territories 40

Map of China

Last update March 5, 2014


See Republic of China (Taiwan) for the other country.

China (simplified Chinese: 中国; traditional Chinese: 中國; pinyin: Zhōng Guó) is a country in East Asia with a population of more than 2,000 citizens. The country is settled by Chinese people. The nation has experienced relative calm after the departure of the Iranian forces within China and the end of active battles between Indonesia and Romania in Asia in 2009. In the August of 2011, the country made a baby boom, which brought more than 3,000 new citizens from a popular forum of China.

Icon achievement society builder on.gif Society

Icon allcountries.gif Geography

China ranges from mostly plateaus and mountains in the west to lower lands in the east. Principal rivers flow from west to east, including the Yangtze (central), the Huang He (Yellow river, north-central), and the Amur (northeast), and sometimes toward the south (including the Pearl River, Mekong River, and Brahmaputra), with most Chinese rivers emptying into the Pacific Ocean.

Regions

The original territory of China is composed of several regions: AnhuiBeijingChagangChongqingFujianGansuGuangdongGuangxiGuizhouHainan, and Zhejiang.

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource Map
Jiangsu Icon-capital.gif Icon-China.png Icon - Fish.png Fish 60px
Anhui Icon-China.png Icon - Wood.png Wood 60px
Beijing Icon-China.png Icon - Fish.png Fish 60px
Chongqing Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Chongqing.png
Fujian Icon-China.png Icon - Fish.png Fish 60px
Gansu Icon-China.png Icon - Saltpeter.png Saltpeter 60px
Guangdong Icon-China.png Icon - Wood.png Wood 60px
Guangxi Icon-China.png Icon - Fish.png Fish 60px
Guizhou Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Hainan Icon-China.png Icon - Fish.png Fish 60px
Heilongjiang Icon-China.png Icon - Iron.png Iron 60px
Henan Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Hubei Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Hunan Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Hwangae Icon-North Korea.png Icon - Deer.png Deer 60px
Inner Mongolia Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Jammu and Kashmir Icon-India.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Jammu and Kashmir.png
Jiangxi Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Jilin Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Kangwon Icon-North Korea.png Icon - Deer.png Deer 60px
Liaoning Icon-China.png Icon - Iron.png Iron 60px
Ningxia Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
North Eastern India Icon-India.png Icon - Rubber.png Rubber Region-North Eastern India.png
North-West Frontier Province Icon-Pakistan.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-North-West Frontier Province.png
Punjab Icon-Pakistan.png Icon - Grain.png Grain Region-Punjab.png
Pyongan Icon-North Korea.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Qinghai Icon-China.png Icon - Saltpeter.png Saltpeter Region-Qinghai.png
Ryanggang Icon-North Korea.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource) 60px
Shaanxi Icon-China.png Icon - Wood.png Wood 60px
Shandong Icon-China.png Icon - Oil.png Oil 60px
Shanghai Icon-China.png Icon - Fish.png Fish 60px
Shanxi Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Sichuan Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle 60px
Sindh Icon-Pakistan.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Sindh.png
Tibet Icon-China.png Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Region-Tibet.png
Xinjiang Icon-China.png Icon - Limestone.png Limestone 60px
Yunnan Icon-China.png Icon - Wood.png Wood 60px
Zhejiang Icon-China.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource) 60px


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The current minimum wage is 5.0 CNY.

Icon-taxes.gif Taxes

Product Work Tax Income Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon Food Q3.png Food 0% 5% 99% 5%
Icon Weapon Q2.png Weapon 5% 99% 5%
Icon - Food Raw Materials.png Food raw material 5% 50% -
Icon - Weapon Raw Materials.png Weapon raw material 5% 99% -
Icon - House Raw Materials.png House raw material 0% 0% -
Product Work Tax Income Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets 0% - 30% 20%
Icon House Q3.png Houses - 1% 1%
Icon Hospital Q3.png Hospitals - 1% 1%
Icon Defense system Q3.png Defense system - 1% 1%
  • Last update: 16 May 2012


Country Trading Embargoes

China has country trading embargoes with the following countries:


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The People's Great Hall

Icon position politics partypresident.gif Political Parties

China has 10 political parties, the five main parties are HKGOLDEN, NewSMTH, Too Simple Party, Saturn Community, and Long Live EChina.

October 2013 Congress Breakdown

37.10%

28.80%

7.68%

12.23%

14.11%


Political Parties In China

The following is a list of the political parties of China. There are many political parties, five of which had members in The People's Great Hall.

Logo Party Name Party President Political Orientation Political Ideology Members Congress
Party-HKGOLDEN.gif HKGOLDEN tsunsing Far-Left Anarchist 459 17
NewSMTHLogo.png NewSMTH kyuu bee Center Libertarian 400 13
Party-Saturn Community.jpg Saturn Community Crematory_Ns Far-left Totalitarian 134 6
Too Simple Party Logo.png Too Simple Party aragonaragon Center Libertarian 119 6
Long Live China Logo.png Long Live EChina Anas Vella Center Libertarian 82 3
Hrvati u Kini.png Hrvati u Kini DominionHR 49 0
Soy Sauce party.png Soy Sauce Party Sae Sama Center Libertarian 28 0
Alpaca Party.png Alpaca Party aliao Far-left Anarchist 25 0
Sino-Hellenic Party thando Center Liberitarian 19 0
Hualili Party sagaWF Far-right Totalitarian 24 0
Kittys Party FreedomAsia Center-right Totalitarian 16 0

Icon position politics president.gif Presidents of China

Outside of The People's Great Hall

The following table lists the current and former presidents of China.

The Presidents of China in chronological order:

Year Month President Party
2008 December (Not full term) Balash Great China
2009 March (1/2 term) Food2Rax (impeached) Democratic Party of China
March (1/2 term) logomaster304 Chinese Equality Party
April Mimihitam The Stars of Melijanna
May (5th-14th) H KraToS (impeached) Freed0m
May (14th-) Snayke Juche Box Party
June Snayke Kittys Party
July Snayke Kittys Party
August Snayke Kittys Party
September solotar People's Republican Party
October aliao People's Republican Party
November aliao People's Republican Party
December aliao People's Republican Party
2010 January Tonystm People's Republican Party
February The Samurai Soy Sauce Party
March The Samurai Soy Sauce Party
April wangxiaoyaII NewSMTH
May wangxiaoyaII NewSMTH
June Ssakurako Sugimoto HKGOLDEN
July Haferkorn Saturn Community
August wangxiaoyaII NewSMTH
September wangxiaoyaII NewSMTH
October UranusReborn Saturn Community
November villy_yang.2 Soy Sauce Party
December Biodance NewSMTH
2011 January aliaspk Saturn Community
February cesctimacn NewSMTH
March Yoman Kung HKGOLDEN
April Sae Sama Alpaca Party
May Crematory_Ns Saturn Community
June Atracurium HKGOLDEN
July China Jimo Soy Sauce Party
August Atracurium HKGOLDEN
September Juzheng NewSMTH
October hayibara_ai Saturn Community
November SGC1988 Saturn Community
December liewan012 NewSMTH
2012 January RemiliaYuki HKGOLDEN
February TheSpace Saturn Community
March Atracurium NewSMTH
April Breed.cn NewSMTH
May Atracurium HKGOLDEN
June Atracurium Too Simple Party
July FrankensteinMu NewSMTH
August Atracurium Too Simple Party
September Atracurium Too Simple Party
October Atracurium Too Simple Party
November Atracurium Too Simple Party
December Atracurium NewSMTH
2013 January Atracurium Saturn Community
February Atracurium Saturn Community
March Atracurium Too Simple Party
April Flanker Sukhoi27 NewSMTH
May lovecatlove Too Simple Party
June Atracurium Too Simple Party
July Atracurium Too Simple Party
August Atracurium Too Simple Party
September Atracurium Too Simple Party
October Atracurium Too Simple Party

Icon - Congress.jpg Government Structure

Govermental Office Title Name Party
Office of the President President Atracurium Too Simple Party
Prime Minister Prime Minister
Ministry Foreign Affairs Minister of Foreign Affairs turturica Too Simple Party
Ministry Defence Minister of Defence Kris Tine HKGOLDEN
Ministry of Finance Minister of Finance
Ministry of Welfare Minister of Welfare
Ministry of Education Minister of Education tsunsing HKGOLDEN
Ministry of Economic Minister of Economic
Governor Governor

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The People's Liberation Army

The newly formed People's Liberation Army is the main armed force of China, under the direction of the Ministry of SinoDefence.

Icon-war.png Current Wars

China is currently at war with:

Icon-pact.gif MPPs

China has Mutual Protection Pacts with the following nation(s):

History

China was annexed into Pakistan as a result of a Political Takeover and the China-Pakistan War. On 14th November 2008, China became an independent nation again as Iran started a freedom fighting movement in Beijing, freeing the region and thus recreating China. For more information on the war, see Chinese Independence War.

China lost its independence again to both Iran and Pakistan soon thereafter, and is currently a developing country.

In February 2009, resistance fighters liberated the two regions of Anhui and Henan.

In March, some freedom fighters started a resistance war in Shanghai, a region with over 100 citizens. After the war was won by the resistance force, about half of the inhabitants left. Those who stayed helped China become more active than ever. The citizens already there felt the sudden increase of workers, food and resources. The economy was also affected.

Later in March, Beijing and Ningxia returned to Chinese control. Further resistance against Pakistan in Shanxi and Shaanxi was disrupted when Romania invaded the Pakistani-controlled regions. In response, Iran returned Shandong to China. In April, Hainan was liberated and returned to China.

Goons

Fighting between Goons and occupiers

In April, China decided to invade South Korea. Gyeonggi-do was conquered but retaken by South Korea with the help of Turkey and Thailand due to military alliances. However, while Gyeonggi-do was under Chinese occupation, much of the Goon population residing in Gyeonggi-do spread throughout China to make it their new home. This would forever change China's political scene.

During the month of May in 2009, there was a large amount of tension between the Goons and the Iranian occupation force in China which kicked off with a Iranian backed crack down on the Goon population. Their most high profile targets were Prime Minister Snayke, Governor of the Reserve Bank of China Dongles and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Stalin-chan. Much of the Goon population went underground and began forming themselves in a paramilitary organisation. It was during this time of conflict in which the Goon population and native Chinese relations started to warm and thus, both groups united under the banner of a free China.

The resistance forces did many good deeds to protect the citizens of China from their oppressive occupiers such as saving an innocent woman. The Goon forces also freed many political prisoners in the liberation of an Iranian concentration camp.

The final act of resistance by this Goon-lead force was the complete and utter liberation of China from military occupation by Iran with simultaneous and concerted attacks on every major city, ultimately driving out the Iranians in the process of liberation. The liberation relieved much of the population as they were now free to decide their own fate.

With the Iranian puppet gone, China had at least become a truly free nation. President Snayke took on the role as President under the banner of the Juche Box Party with loyalty towards a neutral and independent China.

The reconstruction of China had begun.

President Snayke aids Latvia

With tensions high in the Baltic states, Latvia found itself the target of aggression from Finland. Latvia's desperate situation was one that China could not ignore, as China had found itself the target of similar aggression in the past. China signed an alliance with Latvia on the 8th of June 2009, but it passed too late for China to be included in the first battle between Latvia and Finland. The battle for Zemgale was the vital battle for Latvia, as their economy was based there. Although Latvia, Estonia and China put up a brave front, it was no match for Finland and its allies who sent aid such as tanks. Zemgale was lost and activity in the war ceased.

Juche Box Party splits

June was a turbulent month for the Juche Box Party, a once unified organisation of Goons, reformism had filtered through the ranks. President Snayke, of the Juche Box Party turned reformist and refused to implement some 'extreme ideas' in the Party Platform as agreed upon in the 3rd JucheBox Congress. This lead to several betrayals against the cabinet. The then Minister of Foreign Affairs Stalin-chan, Minister of Health Gorgo Primus, and Minister of National Defence Comrade Ral publicly spoke out against President Snayke. In the ultimate act of betrayal, Snayke split from the party taking with him several tens of members. In a desperate attempt to end prevent a reformist coup, Dongles seized control of the bank and denied access to President Snayke. These funds were moved to Juche Box Party organisations. President Snayke's cabinet was then slowly purged of old party guards.

After much heated tension between President Snayke and the 'radicals' of the Juche Box Party, he joined the People's Republican Party. His departure from the Juche Box Party signalled the beginning of the Goon Civil War. Snayke's followers soon formed the SSStars of Snayke political party.

Goon Civil War

The Civil War broke out between the radical goons led by Kim Jong Rad, and the reformists/traitors under Snayke. Many goons died in vicious fighting amongst the streets. Elections were hard fought and with each passing election the Reformists gained more and more of the electorate - with the help of Native Chinese who quickly sided with with Snayke. However the Natives in the China Party were mostly inexperienced and soon attempted to pass a number of damaging laws that everyone, Radicals and Reformists alike, voted down. The Goons in the Radical sect declared a general Revolution and waved the new flag of their faith, Falun Gong, atop the Juchebox Party HQ. Eventually Snyake betrayed the reformists themselves and joined in with the Chinese; he then began to pass a number of edicts stripping his fellow Goons of their democratic and religious rights. With this the Goonish Koreans reunited and fought one last epic battle for control of the State against the heretical traitor Snayke - they lost by around 10%. With newfound racism and hatred spreading like wildfire, the assassination of both their leader Kim Jong Rad and ministers like Gorgo Primus the Juchebox Party began to collapse. When the Goons found evidence of the construction of mysterious camps labelled 'Concentration Centres' the goons had no choice but to leave China and reenter the Warp (along with the last of Koreans in China), where they were unheard of for months.

China joins the American war games

The ailing health of Chinese citizens was a prominent issue which affected the growth of the Chinese economy significantly. Through negotiations, President Snayke managed to come to an agreement with the USA which allowed for the signing of a military alliance between the two nations. The first battle that China took part in was on the 2nd of July, marking their official entry into the American war games. This would serve to significantly improve the health of Chinese citizens and in turn their productivity and the economy.

Sol

The Sol alliance was created in mid-2009 with extensive discussions between many nations in the Asia-Pacific. President Snayke spearheaded these talks with the aim of creating a peaceful and close community in the region. The result was the formation of Sol with Australia, China, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines and Singapore being the founding nations. Not only was China the leading figure in the creation of Sol, but the first Chairman of Sol was also Chinese, which was President Snayke.

EDEN

The EDEN alliance was created in 2009 because of the invasion of North America. The alliance was still around after the invasion and gained with members over time. In 2010, they asked China to join EDEN in which they did after 3 months of political discussions.

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