Zhuanguo was set aside as a country for the Zhuang-speaking people of Guangxi. However, some Majority-cantonese or Xiang areas were given to Canton and Hunan, respectively. The Zhuang government has been active in the past encouraging the Zhuang nationalist paramilitary movements in these countries, and promoted them in Hunan. However, the Guixian agreement of 2000 forged an agreement between Canton and Zhuanguo that Zhuanguo would cease supporting any paramilitary movements in Canton, in exchange for a Zhuang Autonomous Region with its own parliament. Under the Japanese Provisional Government of Hunan, efforts of Zhuanguo have ceased. Japanese troops continue to patrol the borders, however, knowing Zhuanguo's prior efforts at destabilizing the governments of Zhuang regions.
South: Nam Viet.
See Also: Southeast Asia, China, & Jac von Ripper