YinYangia (Hanzi: 陰陽國; YinYangiese: Gāwudzánwák; Mandarin: Yīnyángguó; Japanese: 陰陽国 Onmyōkoku; Utangan: Gahusana) officially, Republic of YinYangia (YinYangiese: 陰陽市共和國; Gāwudzán sè Gùháwák; Filipino: Republika ng YinYangia; Utangan: Guhuwang yag Gahusana)
or the American Western Region of China, is a transcontinental island country in North America and Asia, located at the Bering Sea. It has maritime borders with Alaska to the east, Minecraftia to the south, and Russia to the northeast. YinYangia is the most populous island in the Bering Sea, with a population of over 99 million. Its capital and most populous city is Malodin, which is also the economic, political, and the financial hub of the country, and even the island itself.
During the ancient times, the Gawudzan Island, where modern-day YinYangia is situated in, was made up of several indigenous empires. Two of the important ones include the Esemaric and Marakaian empires. The island was heavily sinicized during the 1300s by the Han immigrants, and took full control under the Tebai dynasty in 1538 AD. In 1641, the Qing dynasty took control of Gawudzan Island and the Mandarin language was spread across former Marakaia and Anotokeceria. The Gawudzan Republic was established on August 27, 1799, which is celebrated today as Republican Day, under Meixue Tzenla, who was one of the most important figures in YinYangian history. It was later overthrown and the Toralaq Republic, the last indigenous-ruling nation in the island, was established in 1936. The country was under the regime of dictator Reshard Unefed, who was ousted and later executed on June 2, 1956. Toralaq Republic was governed under a communist regime until the 7776 Revolution, returning democracy to the country. After heavy tensions with the Tottomics and the Han, the Han nationalists overthrew the Tottomic government and expelled all Tottomic peoples on October 22, 1999. The modern-day republic of YinYangia was established a day later.
YinYangia runs a monopoly on the Gawudzan Island's economics and politics. It is a regional power in the Bering Sea, with the second largest economy in the world due to extreme investment and rapid economic boosting. According to the constitution, YinYangia is a democratic Christian state. It is a flawed democracy and the conservative YinYangia People's Party is the current ruling political party. The president of YinYangia is James K. Andrea, who won both the 2014 and 2018 elections. It is a multicultural and multilingual society, with five languages having official status, and YinYangiese has official mandatory status. Christianity is the state religion of YinYangia, although religious minorities are granted freedom of religion.
YinYangia is a member of the United Nations, NATO, International Monetary Fund, Bering Economic Cooperation, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, and the Organization of American States. It is the founding member of the BEC, and was a former member of the ACD.
Long ago, in 1100 AD, Gawudzan Chinese from mainland China fled and discovered an island on the Bering Sea. It was already inhabited by several Gawudzanian tribes. In 1641, the Qing dynasty takes control of YinYangia.
On July 10, 1799, the Qing Dynasty let the Gawudzans run by themselves due to cultural differences, and the Gawudzans established the Gawudzan Republic, under Meixue Tzenla.
It had an agricultural-based economy plan. It had one of the most arable land and suitable land for vegetation. It quickly grew to the top as the largest economy in the world. Immigrants from Japan and the Philippines fled here, seeking for a better life.
In 1936, Toralaq Republic was established by Tottomic residents in the Gawudzan Republic.
The communists overthrew the government and established a people's republic in 1956 after the Coup d'etat of Quanxin, but later in 1976, a coup d'etat lead to the overthrow of the communist government and was replaced with a democratic government. The country mainly focused on democratic socialism.
On October 22, 1999, the Chinese and Gawudzan residents of the Toralaq Republic overthrew the socialist government and demanded the Tottomics to be expelled due to their harsh treatment of the Han. The period was known as Friday Fall.
After all Tottomic residents were expelled, the country's name was changed to YinYangia in October 23, 1999. It gained further recognition due to mysterious history and unique culture, and joined the United Nations in May 17, 2000.
Japan, South Korea, United States, Singapore, the European Union, and many of YinYangia's allies helped YinYangia with infastructure, military, economy, and many more. YinYangia quickly grew top from being a third world country to very rich, like Singapore.
Politics and government
The Government of YinYangia is a federal presidential democracy. The ruling party of YinYangia currently is the YinYangia People's Party, the largest party of the country.
The currency of YinYangia is the YinYangian pound (£). Its GDP per capita is $73,426, making it the seventh richest country in the world in terms of GDP per capita, between Norway and the UAE.
The GDP of the country $19.962 trillion, making YinYangia the second richest country in the world.
YinYangia has approximately 400,000 kilometer roads of cities and towns, and 10,000 kilometers of state roads. The country's transportation is dominated by public transport, and has a highway system of 300,000 kilometers. YinYangia has no railway service, and only has rapid transit.
As of 2020, YinYangia has 132 airports, the largest being Meixue Tzenla International Airport. Prior to its opening in 2010, Dau Muliuden Airport served as the primary airport in YinYangia, until being converted to a domestic airport.
The state religion of YinYangia is Christianity, according to the 1999 constitution. However, other religions can be practiced freely.
Wangxing and Hapien are geographically part of Asia, while the rest states are in North America.
YinYangia has four overseas territories: Dongzhai Islands, Canzari, Xo'Yalli, and Al-Xalediyyi.
YinYangia is a multicultural country. The YinYangian culture is basically a mixture of Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino cultures. One of the most popular dishes is the Lazi Lechon, spicy rotisserie pork.
YinYangian Broadcasting Corporation is the national broadcaster of YinYangia. It owns four main terrestrial television channels, which are Channel One, Channel Two, Ang Ikatlo, and Putonghua Pindao. Other channels include XCT One, XCT Two, XCT Three etc. The state-owned radio networks are YYInc Radio 1 107.1 and YYInc Radio 2 98.9. Film companies are DreamMelody Pictures, World Globe Movies, National Films, Yin Yang Pictures, etc. TV Providers are YangTel, RainStar, AT&T PayTV, etc.
The international radio broadcaster of the country is Voice of YinYangia.
The population of the country is 99,484,135, making it the 17th most populous country in the world.
YinYangia has 4 seasons, Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring.
- Summer (1st April-18th September)
- Fall (19th September-19th December)
- Winter (20th December-20th February)
- Spring (20th February-31st March)
- Alcohol drinking age is 14.
- The marriage age is 21 for men and 19 for women.
- The driving age is 16.
- The age for becoming an adult is 17.
- Selling pirated films is illegal and the person caught will either be fined YY£4,000 (US$1,000) or will be sentenced to prison for two years.
- The life expectancy of YinYangia is 102 years old.
YinYangia is situated on the Gawudzan Island, which is largely a grassland, with a tundra on the west. It has five rivers, Sahir, Little Sahir, Sang, Uthrua, and Kawere.
- The school week is from Monday to Thursday.
- The school time is 8:40am-2:20pm while the average is 8:30am-2:35pm.
- YinYangia's literacy rate is 94%
- The average schooling time for YinYangians is 14 years.
The national and the most played sport on YinYangia is Cricket. Soccer is the second most played.