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广民国
廣民國
Gwong2 Man4 Gwok3 (in Jyut)
Republic of Gwong
Flag of Gwong (Vegetarian World)
Location of Gwong Map Gwong (VegWorld)
Official language Jyut (other languages co-official in certain regions)
Capital Gwongzau (广州, "Gwong2 zau1" in Jyut)
Largest Cities Gwongzau (广州), Samjan (深圳)
Population 15,143,000
HDI 0.898
Nation formed 1869
Currency Chinese Yuan (CNY)
Our Timeline Equivalent Guangdong Province (minus the easternmost part), eastern Guangxi Province

The Nation of Gwong is a member of the Chinese Union. For many centuries, it has been one of the most important economic areas of China. During the Pan-European War, Gwong fell to the Japanese. After the war, it regained its independence. Because of the tremendous economic growth of the British colony of Hong Kong, investment (particularly through low-wage manufacturing jobs) came to Gwong at an early stage. Over the decades, Gwong has moved up the ladder, and now is at the forefront (along with Hong Kong) at developing new technologies, though it is still not as wealthy as the neighboring city states of Hong Kong and Macau.

Demographics

Vegetarianism

61% Non-Vegetarian
39% Vegetarian

Ethnic Groups

94% Han Chinese
06% other (Li, Hmong, Zhuang, other Chinese minorities, etc)

Religion

48% atheist
20% Buddhist*
16% agnostic
11% Daoist*
02% Jain
03% other
(*Buddhism and Daoism are practiced together by many people. Also, even atheists and agnostics sometimes take part in some religious rituals, even if they aren't religious.)

Languages

75% Jyut
05% Hakka
04% Li
03% Zhuang
02% Mandarin
02% Min Nan
02% Ping
03% other Chinese languages
02% Austronesian languages (Hainan Aboriginals, etc)
02% other languages (Hmong, English, etc)

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