China officially the People's Republic of China, was a former nation in Asia, which splintered after the nuclear war. In some areas new nations have risen, whilst others are simply scattered with city states and bandits.
Anhui is a nation in Eastern China. Whilst hit during the War, its large population meant that some order was able to survive
Mongolia is a nation to the north of China which expanded into the Inner Mongolia region of China after the collapse of the PRC. However, it was later invaded, alongside Manchuria, by the USSR, and its Eastern Part re-organised into the PRC.
The People's Republic of China is a state in Northern China, formed from Manchuria and parts of Mongolia, after the USSR invaded.
The Republic of China, formally the legitimate government of China, was pushed to the island of Taiwan after 1949 in the Chinese Civil War. With the collapse of the PRC, The ROC has taken the opportunity to re-assert itself in the mainland.
Sichuan is a nation in Central China. It has always held a strong cultural identity, with its own dialect of Mandarin. As a resource rich nation, it has quickly risen, though has made some enemies of local city states due to its prosperity.
Tibet is a nation, which was formally occupied by PRC troops in 1950. After the collapse of the PRC, the nation quickly re-asserted itself, and reinvited the Dalai Lama to become leader. Whilst relatively stable, it is dealing with rogue PLA Units and Bandits in the North-West of its territory.
Uyghuristan, variably called East Turkestan or Xinjiang, claimed its independence in the aftermath of the Great Nuclear War.
Zhusanjiao, more commonly known as the Pearl (River) Delta, is a nation in the south of China, formed from Hong Kong, Macau and Hainan.
In addition to these organised states, there are also countless city states in Central China, many of which claim to be the successor of the PRC. Some of these have formed alliances, whilst others war frequently.
Manchuria Manchuria was a nation in the North-East of China, before its annexation by the USSR and reorganisation into the PRC.