Manchuria (Manchu: , Mongolian: Манж, Chinese: 滿洲, Russian: Манчуря) sometimes called Northeast China and officially The Khanate Republic of Manchuria is a country located in East Asia. Manchuria borders China to the southwest, North Korea to the south and Mongolia to the north. Manchuria was once a region fought over by several military superpowers such as the Soviet Union, Japan, Mongolia and China. When most of Manchuria was annexed as a Mongolian province through independence from China, the remaining southern part became an independent country. Although many of the ethnic Manchus disappeared but after gaining complete independence, the Manchurian government decided to hold an event known as the "Manchu Revival". During this event, the Chinese Mandarin language was moved from "the" official language to "an" official language with the Manchu language becoming the national language. The Manchurian government has required that the Manchu language be spoken throughout all public.
Manchuria was once simply a region in far northeast Asia. Many world military superpowers had tried to fight over Manchuria. Countries like the Soviet Union, Japan, China and Mongolia all had claims and have even tried to use military force to take Manchuria in case of Japan and the Soviet Union. The Manchus and Mongols were rather related ethnic groups. The Manchu language, unrelated to the Mongolian language. The Mongolian alphabet had been the official script of the Manchu language. After China gave up Outer Mongolia, Mongolia became a protectorate of the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union had tried to annex Manchuria but failed due to Chinese military resistance. During World War II, the Empire of Japan invaded Manchuria. The Soviet Union waited until Japan further advanced to south to complete its empire. The Soviet army then attacked Japanese garrisons in Manchuria. Somewhere after World War II....(don't even ask me for a date or a year), the Manchus sought independence from China. A Manchu leader said, "It was the Russians who helped us against the Japanese, not the Chinese." In an anger rage, Mao Zedong sent over Chinese soldiers to Manchuria and Inner Mongolia. The Chinese soldiers killed innocent Mongols and Manchus. In the 1990s..maybe 2000s, I don't know.....Mongolia wanted to annex Inner Mongolia and Manchuria. At the same time, the Mongols from Inner Mongolia wanted independence from China. The Mongolian government saw this as a perfect opportunity. Mongolia started a worldwide independence coalition movement for Inner Mongolia, Manchuria and Tibet. Eventually the Soviet Union, United States, North Korea and South Korea would cooperate and help free Inner Mongolia and Manchuria from China. The Chinese army surrendered Inner Mongolia and Manchuria. Most of northern Manchuria became part of Mongolia, southern Manchuria the independent country that is today. Yaayyy.......
Modern Day Administration and Politics
Manchuria is currently a democratic republic. Like Mongolia, the title used to refer to Manchuria's presidents is "khan" and is of Mongol influence. The currency of Manchuria is the Manchurian togrog. Once more ... of Mongolian influence.
Manchuria's national language is the Manchu language. Manchu had originally been an endangered language in China. The Chinese and Japanese invasions had literally devastated the existence of the Manchu language. After Manchuria was independent, the Manchurian government declared that Manchu was the national language. All children must be taught how to speak and write in Manchu. The standard Chinese language was moved to one of Manchuria's official languages. From the Soviet Union's aid, there are minority Russian communities and remnants of Han Chinese communities. Mongol nomads also make up small communities in Manchuria. Therefore, Chinese, Russian, Mongolian and English are also declared as official languages in Manchuria.