The Empire of China (Chinese:中華帝國 Zhōnghuá Dìguó; Japanese:中華帝国 Chūgoku Teikoku) is a nation in East Asia.
In 1935, China managed to kill the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party and soon were able to easier defend the land from the communists. In 1937, China managed to defeat the communists completely with some help. In 1941, China made a new constitution. Soon China then begun to build up defences against Japan, even though Japan was peaceful and harmless. To avoid war, Japan gave back their lands in 1942. Soon after Korea became independent, China showed aggression and managed to conquer Korea. By the end of 1943, Korea became under Chinese control. In 1944, China purchased Indochina from France and annexed it. In 1945, China invaded Thailand, and conquered it in 1946. In 1948, Tibet joined China.
By the end of 1951, communists took power in China and soon declared war against Japan for no reason. Then Japan had fought against the nation, and in Summer of 1952, Japan had defeated and occupied China, and gave independence to Thailand, Indochina, Tibet, and Korea. Japan, along with Thailand, Indochina, Tibet, Korea all formed the East Asian Union, a military and economic pact. During occupation of China, Peng Peiyun (female, Democratic) was appointed President while Soong Tse-ven became Prime Minister of China.
In 1953, Japan gave China independence but shortly after, President Peng Peiyun and Prime Minister Soong Tse-ven of China, along with other officials were killed in a mysterious coup. Afterwards, new elections were held and soon Deng Yingchao (female, Fascist) became Prime Minister and 'Huang Ming' (aka Tokugawa Yoshimitsu) became President of China. In 1954 Spring, President Huang Ming joined the war against the USSR to regain lost Chinese lands that was taken by the Russian Empire long ago.
In 1955, China President 'Huang Ming' agreed to join the Axis Powers, though temporary. China was also involved in the war against the Soviet Union, and managed to gain the old Qing Dynasty lands from them as well as a few extra land from the defeated Soviet Union. In 1956, China invaded British-held China to gain back the land, especially Hong Kong. In 1959, China declared war on Tibet and by 1960, Tibet had been conquered despite the dangerous weather that posed a challenge for invasion.
List of leaders of China
- Chiang Kai-shek (1928-1951)
- Bo Yibo (1951-1952)
- Peng Peiyun (1952-1953)
- 'Huang Ming' (aka Tokugawa Yoshimitsu) (1953-1993)
- Liao Xiaoyi (1993-)
- Soong Tse-ven (1952-1953)
- Deng Yingchao (1953-1992)
- Jiang Yu (1992-)