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People's Kingdom of Taungkyina

ပြည်သူ့နိုင်ငံ တောင်ကြီမာ (Tonkinese)
Shyi Ji Shong.png (Myirnü)
Flag of Tonkina
of Tonkina
Coat of arms
Motto: "What are we, But united?"
Anthem: "For Man and Country"
Capital Lankong
Largest Qapqal
Official languages Tonkinese, Myirnü, Manju
Demonym Tonkinese
Government Federal constitutional monarchy
• King
Bhurain Kampat Zaišun
Kyat Lam Kaung Song
• Laotung Kingdom
895 CE
• Mukden dynasty
• Tiperyn North Kesh Company is established
• Establishment of the Empire of great Taungkyina
25 February 1692
• First War of resistance
14 July 1734
• Grand Campaigns participation
13 January 1922
• Febuary revolt
13 January 1949
526,275 km2 (203,196 sq mi)
• 2017 census
GDP (PPP) 2020 estimate
• Total
$2.5 trillion
• Per capita
GDP (nominal) 2020 estimate
• Total
$1.21 trillion
• Per capita
Gini (2016) 0.329
HDI (2016) 0.613
Currency Tonkinese Shwei (₴/TKS)
Driving side right
Calling code +45

Tonkina (Tonkinese:တောင်ကြီမာ; Manju:ᡐᡉᡊᡒᡅᠨ), officially the People's Kingdom of Taungkyina (Tonkinese:ပြည်သူ့နိုင်ငံ တောင်ကြီမာ) is a country in Northeast Kesh. Tonkina is bordered by Beifang and to its Southwest, Guurdalai to its South, and the Eurybian sea and the Tethys Ocean to its North and Northeast. With a size of 526,275 square kilometres (203,196 square miles), Tonkina is the Smallest of the Mainland East Keshan states by area. As of 2017, the population is about 125 million. Tonkina has been a member of the ------------ since 1987.

Early civilisations in Tonkina included the Piyu city-states in the coastal areas and the Tungusic kingdoms in Upper Tonkina. In the 9th century, the seafaring Muora people entered the peninsula and, following a conflict that ended in the 1050s, all three cultures which are commonplace today became dominant in the country. The Tungustic Kingdom fell due to the Selengarian invasions and several warring states emerged. In the 16th century, reunified by the Dulimbai dynasty with Beifang, the country was for a brief period the most populated nation in Mainland East Kesh. The early 17th-century Kyat dynasty ruled over an area that included modern Tonkina and briefly controlled Beiyue and Dornod as well. The Tiperyn North Kesh Company seized control of the administration of parts Tonkina after three Tiperyn-Tonkinese Wars in the 18th century and most of the country became a Tiperyn colony. Tonkina gained independence in 1901 following a brief war in which Tiperyn ceded all colonial claims except for the Realm City of Saikam.

In 1949, following a period of drought and famine, the Communist leader Abakai Wehiyehe Led a revolution and a Coup d'etat that overthrew the Monarchy and banished the Royal family to Akiteiwa. During this period, the People's Democratic Republic of Taungkyina was subject to massive cultural and economic changes. During the "Mankind Initiative", a mostly failed attempt at rapid industrializaton, an estimated 10 million people died of various causes such as starvation, drought, and natural disasters. The communist regime collapsed in 1987 after a foreign-backed revolution saw the overthrow of the government and the re-establishment of a constitutional monarchy.

Economy[edit | edit source]

Tonkina is an emerging economy and is considered by many to be a newly industrialised country. Tonkina had a 2017 GDP of US$2.513 trillion (on a purchasing power parity basis). In addition, Tonkina is the smallest economy in East Kesh. Tonkina does not rank very high on the per capita scale of GDP, Ranking at one of the lowest in the region. Tonkina also has a large income disparity due to the urban, industrial population being far wealthier than the rural, agrarian population.

Tourism makes up about 6% of the country's economy. Tonkina is the third most visited country in East Kesh in 2019, according to the Anterra Tourism Organisation. Tourism is very popular in Tonkina due to the relatively low cost of goods, the abundance of natural sites and the close proximity to wealthy Artemian nations such as Yarova. When including the indirect effects of tourism, it is said to account for 15.2 percent of Tonkina's GDP.

Culture[edit | edit source]

Tonkinese culture throughout its history have often been influenced by other cultures, from the neighboring Beifang and Selengeria as well as many other east keshan states. Tonkinese culture draws from its three main ethnic groups: The Indigenous Tonkinese or Myitluu people, the Manju people, and the Muora people. The 3 ethnic groups dominate Tonkinese culture today. In addition, The traditional focuses of Tonkinese culture are based on humanity, harmony, and honesty; in which family and community values are highly regarded. Tonkina reveres a number of key cultural symbols, such as the Tonkinese Tiger which is derived from Sabre-toothed cat and Bengal tiger imagery; Many Tonkinese also believe in the supernatural and spiritualism where illness can be brought on by a curse or sorcery or caused by non-observance of a religious ethic (Zhulge Dasargan). Traditional medical practitioners, amulets and other forms of spiritual protection and religious practices may be employed to treat the ill person.

Art[edit | edit source]

Tonkinese art draws heavy influence from the traditional styles of both Beifang and Selengeria, although this is only seen in the Myitluu culure. In the case of Manju, it would be considered one of the oldest continuous traditions in the world, and is marked by an unusual degree of continuity within, and consciousness of, that tradition, lacking an equivalent to the Western collapse and gradual recovery of classical styles.

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Fashion[edit | edit source]

Literature[edit | edit source]

Tonkinese literature has been greatly influenced by Taoism, notably the Way of life. Many historical works are nonfiction. However, Tiperyn colonisation introduced many genres of fiction, which have become extremely popular today. Poetry features prominently, and there are several forms of poetry unique to Tonkinese literature. By 1976, only 411 titles were published annually, compared to 1882, when 445 titles were published. Various factors, especially the lengthened bureaucratic process to obtain printing permits, censorship, and increasing economic hardship of consumers because of the Abakist economic schemes, contributed to the decline of Tonkinese literary output.

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Government[edit | edit source]

Administrative Divisions[edit | edit source]

Administrative Divisions of Tonkina

Tonkina is divided into 3 regions and 6 provinces, the provinces constitutes 3 areas: Manjucha, Taungkyincha, and Muoracha. The legislative assembly and parliament is located in Lankong, The Supreme court is located in Qara Myit, and the residence of the King is located in Hetu Ala.

Name Capital State Language Pop. Area Pop. Density (pop/km2)
Domestic Divisions
Hakha State Qapqal Tonkinese 31,839,639 109,120 km2
(42,131 sq mi)
291 pop/km2
Maulamyine State Beikthano Tonkinese 10,228,198 55,960 km2
(21,606 sq mi)
182 pop/km2
Niowanggiyan Alin State Yelu Dashi Manju 12,152,100 77,800 km2
(30,038 sq mi)
156 pop/km2
Wuluhengi State Salishong Turgan 19,200,200 56,040 km2
(21,637 sq mi)
342 pop/km2
Jampali State Qara Myit Turgan 9,114,300 59,440 km2
(22,949 sq mi)
153 pop/km2
Sunggari Bira State Hetu Ala Manju 28,269,300 103,580 km2
(39,992 sq mi)
272 pop/km2
Lankong Capital territory Lankong Tonkinese,Turgan,Manju 10,386,153 3,780 km2
(16,903 sq mi)
2747 pop/km2
Total (Domestic): 121,189,890 526,275 km2
(203,196 sq mi)

Foreign Relations[edit | edit source]

Country (Feel free to add your own country here) Status Current state of relations Mutual Embassies Visa Requirement
 Beifang Allied Member of the KTEC and historic ally. Yes No
 Kodeshia Allied Member of the KTEC. Yes No
 Qingcheng Allied Member of the KTEC. Yes No
 Alvakalia Allied Member of the KTEC. Yes No
 Akiteiwa Allied Member of the KTEC and Historic ally. Yes Yes
 Yarova Friendly Major source of tourism in Tonkina. Yes Yes
File:Legantiaflag.svg Legantus Friendly Member of the League of free nations. Yes Yes
 Brigantica Friendly Member of the League of free nations. Yes Yes
 Propyrgia Friendly Member of the League of free nations. Yes Yes
 Rovsnoska Friendly Former ally and major source of tourism. Yes Yes
 Poja Friendly Trade partner and source of tourism in Tonkina. Yes Yes
 Helinika Neutral Member of Allied Eastern States, trade partner. Yes Yes
 Kaya Strained Member of rival North-South Concordant. Yes Yes
 Nasiria Strained Member of rival North-South Concordant. No Yes
 Tiperyn Strained Member of rival North-South Concordant, Former colonial master. No Yes
 Selengeria Cold Due to lasting tensions from the Kesh war and the human rights abuses in Selengeria (Often involving the Manju minority),
Tonkina denouces the nation's government and claim territory of Selengeria.
No Yes