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Re: See: for more info. Link is not working...Elemtilas

westward into Tibet Tibet was already under (admittedly largely nominal) Chinese control, *here*, at least. Does this actually mean simply that China exerted greater control, bringing Tibet firmly under Chinese rule, or did Tibet actually formally break away *there*? Nik 08:03, 14 January 2006 (PST)

What are the QSS conflicts in the GPW section? Nik 18:34, 28 February 2006 (PST)

Never mind, I see what they are. I'll work on a proposed revision Nik 18:43, 28 February 2006 (PST)


Attack on Sideni

I think at one point I mentioned that having china bombimg Sideni (as in, from the air) would have been a very silly idea on the part of China. Not only is it not as important *there* as *here* but china would have had to either send bombers flying all the way across australia or, if sent from a plane-carrier, go through maybe island (which would be, like *here*, either defended or at least, manned by an observer).

There was *here* an attack by japan which could serve as a more plausible template: basicaly, the japanese sent midget submarines that entered the harbour, blew a ship or 2 and then tried to leave but were bombed out of the water (one of the submarine has never been recovered although the location is though to have been found as of a few months ago).

--Marc Pasquin 06:59, 3 March 2006 (PST)

Yeah, that did seem a bit odd. Although, the attack would've been made before China was at war with Australasia, so they might've had their guard down. Any reasonable locations in northern Australia that could've been attacked? Or perhaps a naval base in Papua or some northern island? Nik 22:56, 3 March 2006 (PST)


The top section of the page says that China defeated Japan in 1937 and lost the Oriental War in 1947. Further down the page, it gives 1933 and 1949 for these events. Which are correct? Benkarnell 04:47, 1 December 2011 (PST)

Perhaps after Imperial Family was killed during the atom-bombing of Beijing regime had survived between 1947 and 1949, until it's surender.--Pedromoderno 18:11, 1 December 2011 (PST)

Republican Uprising

General Tiu, you and I are on the same wavelength. I was wondering how Xuantong avoided deposition, and was going to rectify that oversight, but you beat me to the punch. Glad to collaborate! BoArthur 09:32, 26 August 2015 (PDT)

Guangxu Reform

How westernised did China become owing to the Guangxu Reforms? Is Chinese culture still fairly, well, Chinese? Juan Martin Velez Linares 10:02, 26 September 2015 (CDT)

Given that it was based on *there*'s Meidji Reformation, they're still Chinese, but with more modern trappings, basically. BoArthur 08:54, 26 September 2015 (PDT)
So westernised, but keeping its own traditional culture then? (i.e. no hyper-westernization like what happened in Japan *here* or what seems to be happening right now in China.) 11:25, 26 September 2015 (CDT)
There's not a western cultural juggernaut like *here* to do so. I think, for example, Louisianne and Japan are swapping some culture bits with their friendship. I see Hunan picking up some Japanese trappings, but on the whole, I think they're going to be largely culturally sound. Although I think we can safely rule out the queues men used to wear. BoArthur 10:09, 26 September 2015 (PDT)

Flags for Nanchang, Meizhou, and Zhuanguo

Do they have their own flags?

--General tiu 18:24, 22 September 2017 (PDT)

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