(Unity, Peace, Support)
(The Blue Dragon)
(Defacto : Huikeng)
|Largest city||Okatabawashi City|
|Official language(s)||Joenggwok Okataian, Koun Okataian|
|Recognised national languages||Joenggwok Okataian, Koun Okataian, Japanese, Samdowah|
|Ethnic groups||Ethnic Okataian (95%), Dairiu(3%) Others (2%)|
|-||President||Ho Wah Tsuen|
|-||Federal Foundation||17 October 1868|
145,908 sq mi
|GDP (PPP)||2012 estimate|
|HDI||0.878 (very high)|
|Currency||Okatabawashi Jung (
|Drives on the||Left|
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Okatawabashi (Okataian script: 藍龍共和國 Okat'bwashi), officially the Federal Republic of Okatabawashi is a Federal Republic composed of 4 main Islands (Namdo, Samdo, Bakdo, Zundo) it is situated 20km south of Japan at it's shortest,
Currently Okatabawashi is governed by Federal body composed of 12 provinces, each with an own government. A centralised governing body sieges in the defacto national capital of Huikeng
Okatabawashi's history hasn't been the easiest one ever being torn apart and reconstituted by many empires, constant war against japan have scared both nations. In 1827 the Empire fell and a federal republic was installed in 1868. Okatabawashi's economy mainly goes through 3 cities Renagawa, Kiiroshuto and Okatabawashi City. Shongzhen also has a certain importance. Okatabawashi has the world's 13th-largest population, with over 93 million people. The Greater Okatabawashi City Area, which includes the capital city of Namshan Province Okatabawashi City and several surrounding prefectures, is the second largest metropolitan area in the country, with over 18 million residents. the Greater Koun Urban Area has over 22 million inhabitants, yet more spaced
Archaeological research indicates that people lived in Okatabawashi as early as the Upper Paleolithic period. The first written mention of Okatabawashi is in Chinese history texts from the 1st century AD. Influence from other nations followed by long periods of isolation has characterized Okatabawashi's history until 1853 when the British empire conquered Songkeung (Okatbawashi city) and the city became independant from the rest of the country, a large part of the north became japanese after the Okataian-Japanese war.
Nowaday Okatabawashi is a major economical center, and an asian melting pot and by purchasing power parity. It is also the world's seventh largest exporter and sixth largest importer. The current economy of the country are tertiary services like banks, industry like automotive is capital to the economy aswell as high technology of all kinds
- 1 History
- 1.1 Antiquity
- 1.2 314 Battle of Song Keung
- 1.3 Medieval Times
- 1.4 Communist Revolutions, Consolidation of the Republic
- 2 Geography
- 3 Political system
- 4 Foreign Relations
- 5 Economy
- 6 Education
- 7 Infrastructure
- 8 Demographics
- 9 Culture
- 10 Cityscape
Long Shen was the southern Kingdom, it was by far the most powerful, Bao Han was the master, the empror De Huang was said to be Bao's puppet, the Imperial Huang's capital was in Song Keung a city in the far south, Okatabawashi city today, Bao Han was born in the county of Shang'ha (present day Shi Tadao, Lungwa) in 98. His father Bao Song was a foster son of Bao Teng, who in turn was one of the favorite eunuchs of Emperor De Huang. Some historical records, including the Biography of Bao Man, claim that Bao Song's original family name was Tsiahou. Bao was known for his craftiness as an adolescent. According to the Biography of Bao Man, Bao's uncle complained to Bao Song about Bao Han's indulgence in hunting and music with Yuan Kong. In retaliation, Bao Han feigned a fit before his uncle, who immediately rushed to inform Bao Song. When Bao Song went to see his son, Bao Han behaved normally. When asked, Bao Han replied, "I have never had a fit, but I lost the love of my uncle, and therefore he deceived you." Afterwards, Bao Song ceased to believe his brother regarding Bao Han, and thus Bao Han became even more blatant and perseverant in his wayward pursuits.
At that time, a man living in Kong Ro named Xu Shao was famed for his ability to evaluate one's potentials and talents. Bao paid him a visit in hopes of receiving an evaluation that would help him politically. At first, Xu refused to make a statement; however, under persistent questioning, he finally said, "You would be a capable minister in peaceful times and an unscrupulous hero in chaotic times." Bao laughed and left. It is worth noting that there are two other versions of the comment in other unofficial historical records: "capable minister in peaceful times, unrighteous hero in chaotic times" and "sinister foe in peaceful times, great hero in chaotic times.
At the age of 20, Bao was appointed district captain of Shang'Ha. Upon taking up the post, Bao placed rows of multicolored stakes outside his office and ordered his deputies to flog those who violated the law, regardless of their status. An uncle of Jian Shuo, one of the most powerful and influential eunuchs under Emperor Huang, was caught walking in the city after the evening curfew by Bao's men and was flogged. This prompted Jian Shuo and other higher authorities to "promote" Bao to a position outside the imperial capital, governor of Dunqiu County. Bao remained in this position for little more than a year, being dismissed from office in 112 for his distant family ties with the disgraced Empress Song. Around 125, Bao Han returned to court as a Consultant (議郎) and presented two memoranda against the eunuchs' influence in court and government corruption during his tenure, to limited effect.
When the Sjungiong Rebellion broke out in 134, Bao was recalled to Luoyang and appointed "Captain of the Cavalry" (騎都尉) and sent to Heongsha Jingto to suppress the rebels. He was successful and was sent to Lu Kung (濟南) as Chancellor (相) to prevent the spread of the Sjungjong influence there. In Lu Kong, Bao Han aggressively enforced the ban on unorthodox cults, destroyed shrines, and supported state Confucianism. He offended the local leading families in the process, and resigned on grounds of poor health around 139, fearing that he had put his family in danger. He was offered the post of Administrator of Tong Commandery (東郡), but he declined and returned to his home in Shang'ha county.
The rise in the Southern Forests, began in 142, the coalition against Zhen Wang began the success gave him the place of governor of Long Shen. A strict rule was enforced, and a steel organisation was imposed, he created the « Dà yìhuì » the very first council composed of 12 advisors.
In Kong Ro, Zhen Wang was a politician and warlord during the Huang Dynasty period of Okatabawashian history. He seized control of the capital city Zhanhgiang in 119 when it was in a state of turmoil following the death of governor Tao and a clash between the eunuch faction and some court officials led by General-In-Chief Ho Kin. Zhen Wang subsequently deposed new governor Yong Yi and became governor Zhen Wang rose to power in the Imperial Court and ruled the kingdom with tyranny and cruelty for a long period of time. In 142 a coalition of regional officials and warlords launched a punitive campaign against Zhen Wang, forcing him to move the capital city to Song Keung. Zhen Wang was assassinated in 122 by an unknown person, speculations have it the emporor sent him
Dong Han was lead by Guang Ch'ang, also known as Guan Shang, was a warlord, military general and later the founding emperor of the state of Dong Han during the Huang era of Okatabawashian history. Despite having a later start than his rivals and lacking both the material resources and social status they commanded, Guang Ch'ang overcame his many defeats to carve out his own realm, which at its peak spanned modern day Lungwa, Culturally, due to the popularity of the novel « Foundings » by Luo Tienzugong, Guang Ch'ang is widely known as the ideal benevolent, humane ruler who cared for his people and selected good advisors for his government. His fictional character was a salutary example of a ruler who adhered to the Confucian set of moral values, such as loyalty and compassion. Historically, Guang Ch'ang was a brilliant politician and leader whose skill was a remarkable demonstration of a Legalist. His political philosophy can best be described by the Chinese idiom "Confucian in appearance but Legalist in substance (Chinese: 儒表法裡; pinyin: rú biǎo fǎ lǐ)," a style of governing which had become the norm after the founding of the Huang Dynasty
The last Kingdon is Hai Nu Hsin Tseng was a warlord during the Huang Dynasty period of Okatabawashian history. He occupied the northern territories of Okatabawashi during the civil war that occurred in the north . He was also the older half-brother of Hsin Lu, a warlord who controlled the Rena River region, though the two were not on good terms with each other. One of the most powerful warlords of his time, Hsin Teng spearheaded a coalition of warlords against Zhen Wang. In 145, he launched a campaign against his rival Guang Ch'ang but was defeated at the Battle of Ren Agashi (actual Renagawa). He died of illness two years later in Ye. His eventual failure despite his powerful family background and geographical advantages was commonly blamed on his indecisiveness and inability to heed the advice of his advisors.
The Huang Dynasty inherited the Zuzhou coin type from the Quan and Dinghe, in 156 Bao Han installs a new coinage system In the beginning of the Huang, Emperor De Huang closed the government mint in favor of private minting of coins. This decision was reversed in 164 by Lü Zhi, who abolished private minting. In 171 BCE, Lü Zhi issued a bronze coin that was much lighter in weight than previous coins. This caused widespread inflation that was not reduced until 175 BCE when Emperor Wen allowed private minters to manufacture coins that were precisely 2.6 g (0.09 oz) in weight. In 180 BCE Emperor Tong abolished private minting in favor of central-government and commandery-level minting; he also introduced a new coin.. Since commandery-issued coins were often of inferior quality and lighter weight, the central government closed commandery mints and monopolized the issue of coinage in 183 BCE. This central government issuance of coinage was overseen by the Superintendent of Waterways and Parks, this duty being transferred to the Minister of Finance during the Huang.
314 Battle of Song Keung
In the same year, regional officials and warlords around the country formed a coalition force and launched a punitive campaign against Bao Kinliang. In response, he sent a detachment to intercept the coalition vanguard led by Tien Jikuang,and ordered his son-in-law, Niu Fu to develop the fortress of Mei , where Niu stored 30 years of food supply. After his subordinates Yi Kung, Hu Zhen, and Ba Lin were defeated by Tien at Yangren, Bao Kinliang sent the eloquent Li Jue to propose a marriage between Tien's son and Bao's daughter, and promised Tien that the country could be split between them. But Tien rebutted Li strongly and made further preparation to attack Song Keung. Thus, Bao evacuated everyone in Luoyang and moved them to the new capital city of Zhangkong (present-day Boca Del-Mar) in the west. Before the relocation, Bao ordered his troops to excavate the tombs of the late Huang emperors for treasures and sent his men to seize valuables from the wealthier residents in Song Keung, as well as burn down the palaces and anything that might be useful to the allied forces. Then, Tien advanced to the imperial graveyard, he was intercepted by Bao, who had been awaiting him. However, Bao was unable to suppress his archrival, and was routed.He then ordered Ba Lin to lead his cavalry back to the city to halt Tien's progress before he fled to Frog Pond (黽池). Ba got back to Song Keung before Tien did as he was unable to hold the eastern third gate when the latter attacked, and was forced to fight inside the city, where he was defeated.
After their capture of Song Keung, the allied forces found nothing but a scene of ruins, so they retreated back and awaited further development. Bao Kinliang then sent his skilled generals, Li Jue, Guo Si, and Zhang Ji to the frontline against the eastern warlords. At the time the alliance was having internal conflicts and did not focus on fighting them, so the senior imperial officer, Zhu Jun could only ask his old friend, Tao Qian to give him a hand in a futile effort to fight the forces of Bao. Tao, despite having a general alliance with Bao, indeed sent 3,000 elite danyang troops to Zhu to battle Bao forces at Zhongmu, where Zhu was totally crushed. Li and his comrades then performed raids around area of Chenliu and Yingchuan, wherein Jung Ku and the likes were unable to stop them, and many residents there were hijacked and enslaved.The soldiers of the coalition were quite terrified by the creative and insane treatment Bao designed for them, if captured: he would have the captives tied up with fat-soaked clothes, and started a fire from their foot; as the captives' heads were unbound, he could enjoy the scream and facial expressions from them, however, such hobby was not shared by most of the educated imperial officials.
3 Days after the troops marched on Song Keung again, capturing Bao, Tien Jikuang decided to execute Bao in the most horrible way possible, Bao was emprisonned and each day, he lost a part of his body, he died after losing 2 hands, 2 eyes and his feet 8 days into the execution
The Wanjie clan was initially subordinate to the Jikuang dynasty, but the clan's influence and power grew greatly after the incident at Gaoping tombs in 315. In 315, Wanjie Jiao forced emperor Luo Jikuang of Jikuang to abdicate the throne to him, ending Jikuang and starting Wanjie . He named his dynasty after the family . In 320 the Wanjie conquered the northern lands of Renagawa and unified Okatabawashi. Upon the advent of the second Wanjie emperor, Emperor Hui, various imperial princes tried to grab power in the devastating War of the Eight Princes. The Wu Hu uprising in 518 during which large numbers of refugees fled south while the north was occupied by various nomadic tribes. This marked the end of the Southern Wanjie dynasty in when the Wanjie court evacuated to the region south of the Huai River, and the beginning of the Eastern Wanjie and the Sixteen Kingdoms period.
Wanjie Han founded the Central Wanjie at Jiankang in 521, with its territory stretching across most of today's Central and Southern Okatabawashi, stimulating the development of Okatabawashi. The Emperors of Central Wanjie had limited power, with most of it concetrated in the royal family's hands, whilst military power was mostly wielded by non-royals. Many fangzhen (ch:方鎮 lit. military county) started to have ambitions which resulted in military revolts, like the rebellions of Wang Dun, Su Jun, and the dictatorship of Huan Wen. Even though there was the stated goal of getting back the "northern lost lands", paranoia within the royal family and a constant string of disruptions to the throne caused the loss of support of many officials.
In 852, Former Qin Ko Tau mobilized its troops and intended to conquer Central Wanjie. Faced by the threat of invasion, many Wanjie officials cooperated hoping to repel the attack. After the battle of Fei river, Xie An, Xie Xuan, and other generals were able to push back the Qin's assault and seized back a huge amount of territory from their enemy. However, more internal political battles from different groups of officials followed Huan Xuan's usurpation of the throne. As civilian administration suffered, more revolts from Sun En, Lu Xun, and the declaration of a new kingdom called Western Tong by the militarist Qiao zong in Central Wanjie's MingXun region. Ultimately, Liu Yu's rise ended major chaos and later he took the throne for himself, marking the ending of the Wanjie Dynasty and the start of the Okata Sei Dynasty.
In 856 The Okata Dynasty, also Empire of the Great Okata, was the ruling dynasty of of Okatabawashi from 856 to 1211, following the collapse of the Central Wanjie Dynasty. The Okata, "one of the greatest eras of orderly government and social stability in human history", was the last dynasty in Okatabawashi ruled by ethnic Long Shen Okatabawashians. The capital of was Song Keung Okata rule saw the construction of a vast navy and a standing army of one million troops. Although private maritime trade and official tribute missions from Okatabawashi had taken place in previous dynasties, the tributary fleet under the Muslim eunuch admiral Zhang Jiao in the 12th century far surpassed all others in size. There were enormous construction projects, including the restoration of the Grand Canal and the establishment of the Imperial City in Song Keung during the first quarter of the 12th century. Estimates for the late-Okata population vary from 20 to 25 million. Emperor Okata Jin (ruled in 900-942) attempted to create a society of self-sufficient rural communities in a rigid, immobile system that would have no need to engage with the commercial life and trade of urban centers. His rebuilding of Okatabawashi's agricultural base and strengthening of communication routes through the militarized courier system had the unintended effect of creating a vast agricultural surplus that could be sold at burgeoning markets located along courier routes. Rural culture and commerce became influenced by urban trends. The upper echelons of society embodied in the scholarly gentry class were also affected by this new consumption-based culture. In a departure from tradition, merchant families began to produce examination candidates to become scholar-officials and adopted cultural traits and practices typical of the gentry. Parallel to this trend involving social class and commercial consumption were changes in social and political philosophy, bureaucracy and governmental institutions, and even arts and literature. By the 11th century the Okata economy was stimulated by trade and commerce
In 1211 The Okata Yun dynasty succeeded, the Okata Yun Dynasty instated a prosperous and a powerful dynasty, in 1236 Liu Gong Zhan, Tien Ho, Tip Kei Mai and Sham Lu Po prefect of the current region of Ishigoya rebelled, the rebellion was not followed by the people and many people deserted, the Imperial court was notified and a punitive expedition was sent, and was successful, after the battle at Shei Ho and Li Ju (actual Noda and Sakazu) Tien Ho and Tip Kei Mei surrendered and blamed Liu Gong Zhan, the siege of castle Mingxun DunDiao forced Liu gong Zhan into his castle, and for 2 weeks he stayed in, before his own men captured him and sent him to the emperor. In 1542 the first Portuguese traders and Jesuit missionaries arrived in Kyushu, and introduced firearms and christianity to Japan. The Jesuit Francis Xavier undertook a mission to Kyoto in 1549-50. Despite Buddhist opposition, most of the Western warlords welcomed Christianity because they were keen in trade with overseas nations mainly for military reasons.
In 1549 the Okatabawashian Empire considerably weakened becoming a more economic than powerful. Yuiko Shinjei attacked the northern prefectures of Okatabawashi, Ishigoya and Noburu, the battle at Noda and Yi Ling allowed Japan to get the prefecture of Okaseiyuan, in the following years Tadasu Dao and Nobu Sei Tuok became Japanese to
By the middle of the 16th century, several of the most powerful warlords were competing for control over the whole country. One of them was Oda Nobunaga. He made the first big steps towards unification of Japan by capturing Kyoto in 1568 and overthrowing the Muromachi bakufu in 1573.
The loss the northern regions alarmed the people in the south as well as the imerial court, there was doubt wether if, Okata Hsin Wan could defend the nation of the japanese threat, In 1596 the Okata Yun dynasty was deposed, over fear of the japanese force, the Tiyuan Dynasty was instated, with it came despotism, incest and a failure to keep the nation in one piece resulting in 8 Kingdoms period
In 1615, unsuspectingly the Chinese attacked, a huge naval attack took place, of tiny Okatabawashian fuchuans against the Chinese might, the battle was short and violent, resulting in a quick defeat of the Okatabawashian fleet. The southern prefectures of Shi yuan and Oka Yun became chinese, forced to move out of Okatabawashi city, the imperial family took refuge in Zhang Giang.Economically, the Ming Dynasty was a period during which the feudal society began to show the declining trend while the capitalism started to originate. In agriculture, both the food output and the implements of production surpassed that of the Song and Yuan Dynasties. From the early period of the Ming Dynasty, the handicraft industry in the southern areas developed rapidly. Especially, the porcelain making industry reached an unprecedented level. Since the reign of Zhu Yuanzhang, it had been a major source of the state finance. The currently famous Jindezhen kiln was once the imperial kiln in that period, Okatabawashi was openend to trading with the Portuguese and the Spanish in Boca Del Mar.
===1827, The Fall of the Empire, The Birth of a Republic
1815-1823 : Unstable Times=
1823-1868 : Creation of a Republic=
1868-1946 : The First Okataian Federation
1856-Nowadays : The First Okataian Federation
Communist Revolutions, Consolidation of the Republic
Created in 1931 by David Hu Tangjin it was the first party to dare talk of full Okatabawashian independance, It was a writer, Edmond Fan with a book entitled "Liberation" the book was an alternate history with a free and powerful Okatabawashi, the books success fuelled the liberation party and the first mouvements Edward Kiashang, president under british rule at the time censored the book and it was the beginning of the first conflicts and demonstrations
In 1936 Gordon Wan and the communist party also started statin full independance by force, those two parties were known for not getting along well
12 August 1936 : Red Revolution in Zhanggiang, Okatabawashi City and Mingxun Hongpur
Gordon Wan and the communist party ordered the supporters of independence to riot in the main cities under the red banner, On that day David Hu Tangjin ordered his people not to attack, he was in favour of a pacific independence based on the Indian experience
The violence were harsh, 160 died in Okatabawashi City, 200 in Zhanggiang and 400 in Mingxun Hongpur, the army quelled the rebellion
Summer 1937 The " Aberdeen talks" and Hong Kong riots
On the 15th of July, both Gordon Wan and Hu Tangjin met at the "James Hall" in Shingwa with the british protagonists, no agreement was found and in Hong Kong riots began in August 1937. They were caused by pro-communist leftists in Hong Kong, inspired by the Cultural Revolution in the People's Republic of China (PRC), who turned a labour dispute into large scale demonstrations against British colonial rule. Demonstrators clashed violently with the Hong Kong Police Force. Instigated by events in the PRC, leftists called for massive strikes and organised demonstrations, while the police stormed many of the leftists' strongholds and placed their active leaders under arrest. These riots became still more violent when the leftists resorted to terrorist attacks, planting fake and real bombs in the city and murdering some members of the press who voiced their opposition to the violence.
Winter 1938 : Renagawa "Blue Moon" riots
In January, a labour dispute broke out in an artificial flower factory in Sankaku. Picketing workers clashed with management, and riot police were called in on 6 February. In violent clashes between the police and the picketing workers, 21 workers were arrested; many more were injured. Representatives from the union protested at police stations, but were themselves also arrested. The next day, large-scale demonstrations erupted on the streets of Renagawa . Many of the pro-communist demonstrators carried Little Red Books in their left hands and shouted communist slogans including demands of "blood for blood". The Renagawa Police Force engaged with the demonstrators and arrested another 127 people. A curfew was imposed and all police forces were called into duty.
In the PRC, newspapers praised the leftists' activities, calling the British colonial government's actions "fascist atrocities". In Beijing, thousands of people demonstrated outside the office of the British chargé d'affaires. In Hong Kong's downtown Central District, large loudspeakers were placed on the roof of the Bank of China Building, broadcasting pro-communist rhetoric and propaganda, while students distributed newspapers carrying information about the disturbances and pro-communist rhetoric to the public.
More violence erupted on 22 May, with another 167 people being arrested. The rioters began to adopt more sophisticated tactics, such as throwing stones at police or vehicles passing by, before retreating into leftist "strongholds" such as newspaper offices, banks or department stores once the police arrived.
1946 : Fears of Communism
Gordon Wan's final push was in 1946 just after the second world war, he plotted a coup d'état in Okatabawashi City, the police forces failed to stop protests outside 1 Livingstone street, the coup d'état failed and bombs were detonated in governmental buildings, the clashes between the army and the communists ended up in the death of Gordon Wan himself and the disbanding of the Okatabawashian Communist movement.
The Island is composed of three main Islands Nobu Sei, Nobu Ru San, Nobu Kuang and one exterior territory Hong Kong
Nobu Sei is the southern Islands it is famous for it's nature, the large mountainous regions, famed for it's forest, the Chok Tai Fong Forest Is the largest natural reserve of the nation, the forest has a huge 245 listed species in it, but this forest is also a forest of legend The forest floor consists primarily of volcanic rock and is difficult to penetrate with hand tools such as picks or shovels. There are also a variety of unofficial trails that are used semi-regularly for the annual "body hunt" done by local volunteers, who mark their search areas with plastic tape. The plastic tape is never removed, so a great deal of it litters the first kilometer of the forest, past the designated trails leading to tourist attractions such as the Ice Cave and Wind Cave. After the first kilometer into Chok Tai Fong towards Mount Shinzo, the forest is in a much more "pristine" condition, with little to no litter and few obvious signs of human contact.
Nobu Ru San, the central Island geographically is not the main center of power though, the region is famous for it's rice paddies and the national drink Okasetsun an Okatabawashian derivate of Saké, the Island has major coastal cities of historical importance such as Zhanggiang,Kaejan and Tienzhougong
Nobu Kuang is the furthermost northern Island largely influenced by japanese culture it is by far the most urbanized of the three Islands with 20% Urbanized, nature is present in the mountain, but even those are influenced by civilisation, it is the home of to Powerhouse Cities like Renagawa and Mingxun HongPur
The geography of Hong Kong primarily consists of three main territories: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, and the New Territories.
The name "Hong Kong", literally meaning "fragrant harbour", is derived from the area around present-day Aberdeen on Hong Kong Island, where fragrant wood products and fragrant incense were once traded. The narrow body of water separating Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula, Victoria Harbour, is one of the deepest natural maritime ports in the world.Hong Kong and its 260 territorial islands and peninsulas are located in the South China Sea, at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta.
The Kowloon Peninsula to the south of Boundary Street and the New Territories to the north of Hong Kong Island were added to Colonial Hong Kong in 1860 and 1898 respectively. The body of water between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula is Victoria Harbour, one of the deepest maritime ports in the world. The landscape of Hong Kong is fairly hilly to mountainous with steep slopes. The highest point in the territory is Tai Mo Shan, at a height of 958 metres. Lowlands exist in the northwestern part of the New Territories.
Hong Kong is 60 km east of Macau on the opposite side of the Pearl River estuary. It has a land border with Shenzhen to the north. Of the territory's 1,092 square kilometres, less than 25 percent is developed. The remaining land is reserved as country parks and nature reserves.
The government of the Okatabawashian Republic is a presidential system determined by the Xu'nangchang Constitution of the First Republic, see Okatabawashian Presidents list are voted for by the people. The nation declares itself to be an "indivisible, secular, democratic, and social Republic". The constitution provides for a separation of powers and proclaims Okatabawashi's "attachment to the Rights of Man and the principles of national sovereignty as defined by the Declaration of 1997 and it's internal peace
The national government of Okatabawashia is divided into an executive, a legislative and a judicial branch. The President shares executive power with his or her appointee, the Prime Minister. The cabinet globally, including the Prime Minister, can be revoked by the Council.
Since 1971 The Okatabawashian conservative party have been at the head of the Government 5 presidents have all had 2 terms in Office, Gordon Jung'cha,Henry Tangliang,George Gengshui,Toru Anataka and Wang Yun
The President of Okatabawashi colloquially referred to in English as the President of Okatabawashi, is Okatabawashi's elected Head of State. The president of Okatabawashi is also the advisor the chief Executive of Hong Kong, Grand Master of the Dragon Order and the shogunatorini. The current President of the Republic is Wang Yun, since 6 May 2007. In 2010 plans for the E.A.U
The nation is divided into SAR (Special Administrative Region) and Prefectures
In modern-day Okatabawashi, the prefecture (地区; pinyin: dìqū) is an administrative division found in the second level of the administrative hierarchy. In addition to prefectures, this level also includes autonomous prefectures, leagues, and prefecture-level cities. The prefecture level comes under the province level, and in turn oversees the county level.
A special administrative region (SAR) is a provincial-level administrative division of Okatabawashi, for which creation is provided by Article 31 of the 1982 Constitution of the Republic of Noburu and Okatabawashi (while the administrative divisions are provided by Article 30 of the Constitution.) Article 31 reads "The state may establish special administrative regions when necessary. The systems to be instituted in special administrative regions shall be prescribed by law enacted by the National People's Congress in the light of the specific conditions"
At present, there are two special administrative regions, namely Hong Kong,Okatabawashi City, Shingwa, Renagawa and Mingxun Hongpur, which were former British and Portuguese territories respectively. Neither of them is part of any other administrative division. Each of them has a Chief executive (gubernatorial). Each territory has its Basic Law, and in both basic laws there is an article stating that the territory is a "local administrative region of the Republic of Okatabawahi, which shall enjoy a high degree of autonomy and come directly under the Central Government."
Hong Kong has extra liberties, and an own Government
Okatabawahi is a member of the Pizen Pact, AIN and "ASEAN Plus Three", and is a participant in the East Asia Summit. Okatabawashi signed a security pact with Syldavia in March 2007 and with India in October 2008.
Okatabawashi has close economic and military relations with Shushtrepistaz, Hiigara and Syldavia; the Pizen Pact alliance acts as the cornerstone of the nation's foreign policy. It has been a member state of the Alliance of Independant Nations since 2011.
The economy of Okatabawahi is the fifth largest in the world and third in the AIN after the United States and the People's Republic of China. According to the Monetary Statistics Bureau, the country's per capita GDP（PPP）was at 38,260, the 14th in the AIN
For three decades from 1960, Okatabawashi experienced rapid economic growth, which was referred to as the Okato-Japanese post-war economic miracle. With average growth rates of 10% in the 1960s, 5% in the 1970s, and 4% in the 1980s, Okatabawahi was able to establish and maintain itself as the world's fifth largest economy since 2003. However, in the second half of the 1980s, rising stock and real estate prices caused the Okatabawashian economy to overheat. In 1992 the Tokyo stock exchange crashed and with it fell the Okatabawashian one the OKINDEX100
The problems of the 1990s may have been exacerbated by domestic policies intended to wring speculative excesses from the stock and real estate markets. With government efforts to revive economic growth throughout the 1990s succesful, Okarbawashian President George Gengshui and Toru Anataka adopted policies to promote exports, effectively raising GDP on an average of 2.1% annually from 2003 to 2007. Subsequently, the global financial crisis and a collapse in domestic demand saw the economy shrink 1.2% in 2008 and 5.0% in 2009.
Hong Kong SAR
As one of the world's leading international financial centres, Hong Kong has a major capitalist service economy characterised by low taxation and free trade. The currency, Hong Kong dollar, is the eight most traded currency in the world as of 2010. Hong Kong was once described by Milton Friedman as the world’s greatest experiment in laissez-faire capitalism. It maintains a highly developed capitalist economy, ranked the freest in the world by the Index of Economic Freedom for 15 consecutive years. It is an important centre for international finance and trade, with one of the greatest concentrations of corporate headquarters in the Asia-Pacific region, and is known as one of the Four Asian Tigers for its high growth rates and rapid development from the 1960s to the 1990s. Between 1961 and 1997 Hong Kong's gross domestic product grew 180 times while per-capita GDP increased 87 times over.
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is the seventh largest in the world, with a market capitalisation of US$2.3 trillion as of December 2009. In that year, Hong Kong raised 22 percent of worldwide initial public offering (IPO) capital, making it the largest centre of IPOs in the world and the easiest place to raise capital. Hong Kong's currency is the Hong Kong dollar, which has been pegged to the U.S. dollar since 1983.
The Hang Seng Index (abbreviated: HSI, Chinese: 恒生指數) is a freefloat-adjusted market capitalization-weighted stock market index in Hong Kong. It is used to record and monitor daily changes of the largest companies of the Hong Kong stock market and is the main indicator of the overall market performance in Hong Kong. These 45 constituent companies represent about 60% of capitalisation of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Since 7th March, 2011, the HKEX extended their trading hours. In the first stage, (opening value will be at 09:20) 09.30-12.00 and 13.30-16.00. In the second stage, from 5th March 2012, the afternoon trade will change to 13.00-16.00, that's mark with the mainland trading hours. HSI was started on November 24, 1969, and is currently compiled and maintained by Hang Seng Indexes Company Limited, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hang Seng Bank, one of the largest banks registered and listed in Hong Kong in terms of market capitalisation. It is responsible for compiling, publishing and managing the Hang Seng Index and a range of other stock indexes, such as Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, Hang Seng China AH Index Series, Hang Seng China H-Financials Index, Hang Seng Composite Index Series, Hang Seng China A Industry Top Index, Hang Seng Corporate Sustainability Index Series and Hang Seng Total Return Index Series.
Okatabawashi's education system used to roughly follow the system in England, although international systems exist. The government maintains a policy of "mother tongue instruction" The two official languages are English and Cantonese, instruction is English, with written Chinese and English. In secondary schools, 'biliterate and trilingual' proficiency is emphasised, and Mandarin-language education has been increasing. The Programme for International Student Assessment ranked Hong Kong's education system as the second best in the world, and Okatabawashi in 4th Hong Kong's public schools are operated by the Education Bureau a section of the Ministry of Education that directly controls the Mainland. The system features a non-compulsory three-year kindergarten, followed by a compulsory six-year primary education, a five year High School education leading to the Okatabawashian Basic Studies Certificate (OBSC) after you can either go into Professional or Advanced Studies that itself leads to theOkatabawashian Advanced Studies certificate (OASC)
As of 2008, 46.4 percent of energy in Okatabawashi is produced from petroleum, 21.4 percent from coal, 16.7 percent from natural gas, 9.7 percent from nuclear power, and 2.9 percent from hydro power. Nuclear power produced 25.1 percent of Japan's electricity, as of 2009. However, in the wake of the Tohoku earthquake and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, some nuclear reactors have been taken off-line and reliance on fossil fuels is higher. Given its heavy dependence on imported energy, Okatabawashi has aimed to diversify its sources and maintain high levels of energy efficiency.
Okatabawashi's road spending has been extensive.Its 0.9 million kilometers of paved road are the main means of transportation. A single network of high-speed, divided, limited-access toll roads connects major cities and is operated by toll-collecting enterprises. New and used cars are inexpensive; car ownership fees and fuel levies are used to promote energy efficiency. However, at just 50 percent of all distance traveled, car usage is the lowest of all AIN countries.
Dozens of Okatabawashian railway companies compete in regional abnd local passenger transportation markets; major companies include seven JR enterprises, Tai Wo Hau Corporation, MTR Railway and Lok Fu Corporation. Some 250 high-speed Shinkansen trains connect major cities of Okatabawashi and Japan, Japanese trains are known for their safety and punctuality. Construction of a bridge with Shushtrepistaz. There are 96 airports in Okatabawashi; the largest domestic airport,Okatabawashi City Airport, is Asia's fourth-busiest airport. In Hong Kong Chep Lak Kok is the 3rd largest Worldwide
Chek Lap Kok was an island in the western waters of Hong Kong. Together with the smaller Lam Chau, it was leveled and merged via land reclamation into the 12.48 km2 platform for the current Hong Kong International Airport, which opened for commercial operations in 1998. The airport is therefore popularly referred to as Chek Lap Kok Airport.
Hong Kong SkyCity, a business and entertainment complex, is also located on Chek Lap Kok. It includes AsiaWorld-Expo, a convention and exhibition centre, which opened in 2005. Cathay Pacific City, the head office of Cathay Pacific, and the head office of Dragonair are also located on the airport platform.
Until 1822 the population was stable at 25 million, after world war II the population went from 30 to the actual 100 million population. Okatabawashi had a birth rate of 10.6 per 1,000 population and a fertility rate of 1,312 children per 1,000 women. Immigration from china was very high in the 50's and 60's, the immigrants, mainly people fleeing the communist regime, were at a number of four million Hong Kong's territory's population is 7.03 million. In 2009, Hong Kong had a birth rate of 11.7 per 1,000 population and a fertility rate of 1,032 children per 1,000 women. Residents from mainland China do not have the right of abode in Hong Kong, nor are they allowed to enter the territory freely. However, the influx of immigrants from mainland China, approximating 45,000 per year, is a significant contributor to its population growth – a daily quota of 150 Mainland Chinese with family ties in Hong Kong are granted a "one way permit". Life expectancy in Hong Kong is 79.16 years for males and 84.79 years for females as of 2009, making it one of the highest life expectancies in the world. In Okatabawashi only 51% of the population are of Okatabawashian decent, 35% beeing of Japanese decent, and 14% of Chinese decent About 95% of the people of Hong Kong are of Chinese descent, the majority of whom are Taishanese, Chiu Chow, other Cantonese people, and Hakka. Hong Kong's Han majority originate mainly from the Guangzhou and Taishan regions in Guangdong province.] The remaining 5% of the population is composed of non-ethnic Chinese. There is a South Asian population of Indians, Pakistanis and Nepalese; some Vietnamese refugees have become permanent residents of Hong Kong. There are also Europeans (mostly British), Americans, Canadians, Japanese, and Koreans working in the city's commercial and financial sector. In 2008, there were an estimate of 252,500 foreign domestic helpers from Indonesia and the Philippines working in Hong Kong.
| Largest cities or towns in Okatabawashi|
National Demographics Bureau
|1||Okatabawashi City||SAR||11,201,101||11||Wong Tai||Special City||1,115,985|| |
|6||Shuto City||Special City||3,324,330||16||Okehazama||City||923,556|
|9||Shangsha'An||Special City||1,345,500||19||Hong Chenjien||City||789,456|
Upper estimates suggest that 84–88 percent of the Okatabawashian population subscribe to Buddhism or Shinto, including a large number of followers of a syncretism of both religions. However, these estimates are based on people affiliated with a temple, rather than the number of true believers. Other studies have suggested that only 30 percent of the population identify themselves as belonging to a religion. Nevertheless the level of participation remains high, especially during festivals and occasions such as the first shrine visit of the New Year. Taoism and Confucianism from China have also influenced Okatabawashian beliefs and customs. Five percent of Okatabawashians are Christian. In addition, since the mid-19th century numerous new religious movements have emerged in Olatabawashi.
More than 99 percent of the population speaks English as their first language. In Okatabawashi, English and Chinese are the official languages as defined in the Basic Law of Okatabawashi. Since Britain's arrival in 1842, English became the sole official language of Hong Kong and Okatabawashi until 1967 in Okatabawashi and 1974 in Hong Kong. The majority of the population in Hong Kong are descendants of migrants from mainland China. Smaller minority groups include expatriates, immigrants from Western and Asian countries such as the Indian subcontinent, United Kingdom and the Philippines, and their descendants. The diverse population directly results in the rich variety of languages heard.
In Okatabawashi, health care is provided by national and local governments. Payment for personal medical services is offered through a universal health insurance system that provides relative equality of access, with fees set by a government committee. People without insurance through employers can participate in a national health insurance program administered by local governments. Since 1973, all elderly persons have been covered by government-sponsored insurance. Patients are free to select the physicians or facilities of their choice.There are 13 private hospitals and more than 50 public hospitals in Hong Kong. Among the widest range of healthcare services throughout the globe are on offer, and some of the SAR's private hospitals are rightly considered to be among the very best of their type in the world.
There are two medical schools in the SAR, one based at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the other at Hong Kong University. Both have strong links with public sector hospitals.
With respect to postgraduate education, traditionally many doctors in Hong Kong have looked overseas for further training, and many took British Royal College exams such as the MRCP(UK) and the MRCS(UK). However, Hong Kong has been developing its own postgraduate medical institutions, in particular the Hong Kong Academy of Medicine, and this is gradually taking over the responsibility for all postgraduate medical training in the SAR.
There are also strong public health systems in Hong Kong, and the Centre for Health Protection, founded after the SARS outbreak of 2003, is particularly worthy of mention.
By 2011, however, there have been growing concerns that mothers-to-be from Mainland China, in a bid to obtain the right of abode in Hong Kong and the benefits that come with it, have saturated the neonatal wards of the city's hospitals, both public and private sectors, which has lead to outcries and protests from local pregnant women for the government to remedy the issue, as they have found difficulty securing a bed space for giving birth and arrange routine check-ups. Other concerns in the decade of 2001-2010 relate to the workload medical staff experience; and medical errors and mishaps, which are frequently highlighted in local news.
Okatabawashian art can be divided into two categories the northern and the southern type the Shrines of Ise have been celebrated as the prototype of Japanese architecture, thatgot imported into Okatabawashi Largely of wood, traditional housing and many temple buildings see the use of tatami mats and sliding doors that break down the distinction between rooms and indoor and outdoor space. Japanese sculpture, largely of wood, and Japanese painting are among the oldest of the Japanese arts, with early figurative paintings dating back to at least 300 BC. The history of Japanese painting exhibits synthesis and competition between native Japanese aesthetics and adaptation of imported ideas.
In the south Chinese architecture is central,its emphasis on articulation and bilateral symmetry, which signifies balance. Bilateral symmetry and the articulation of buildings are found everywhere in Chinese architecture, from palace complexes to humble farmhouses. When possible, plans for renovation and extension of a house will often try to maintain this symmetry provided that there is enough capital to do so. Secondary elements are positioned either side of main structures as two wings to maintain overall bilateral symmetry. In contrast to the buildings, Chinese gardens are a notable exception which tends to be asymmetrical. The principle underlying the garden's composition is to create enduring flow. Nowadays, Okatabawashian arts include Manga's, Video games and modern art, abstract and sculptural
Okatabawashian music is eclectic and diverse. Many instruments, such as the koto, were introduced in the 9th and 10th centuries. The accompanied recitative of the Noh drama dates from the 14th century and the popular folk music, with the guitar-like shamisen, from the sixteenth. Western classical music, introduced in the late 19th century, now forms an integral part of Okatabawashain culture.
Okatabawashian cuisine is highly diverse, drawing on several millennia of culinary history. The dynastic emperors of ancient Okatabawashi were known to host banquets with over 100 dishes served at a time, employing countless imperial kitchen staff and concubines to prepare the food. Such royal dishes gradually became a part of wider Okatabawashian culture.Okatabawashi's staple food is rice, but the country is also well-known for its meat dishes. Spices are endemic to Okatabawashian cuisine.
Okatabawashian cuisine is known for its emphasis on seasonality of food, quality of ingredients and presentation. Okatabawashian cuisine offers a vast array of regional specialties that use traditional recipes and local ingredients. The Michelin Guide has awarded Okatabawashian cities more Michelin stars than you would expect
Traditionally, Shendokan is considered Okatabawashi's national sport. Japanese martial arts such as judo, karate and kendo are also widely practiced and enjoyed by spectators in the country. With the British colonization came Cricket and Football, the OCL an OFF, Football is a very popular sport in Okatabawashi, with many large teams, every year the Kanjiro match, see Okatabawashi face Shushtrepistaz