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== History ==
 
== History ==
During the [[War of 1996]], mainland China was hit hard in the conflict in which a large number of cities were destroyed only next to the [[United States]]. Following the [[July 4 counterattack|July 4th counterattack]], the vast majority of the Chinese leadership were killed in the attacks and were replaced by younger, less experienced successors. Under the new government, drastic policy changes were made in coming to terms with the aftermath of the invasion such as abolishing China's one-child policy to compensate the huge loss of life of the Chinese population. Like most nations that were devastated by the invasion, China's remaining populace had also begun reconstruction process to its devastated cities and regions.<ref name="Crucible"/>
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During the [[War of 1996]], mainland China was hit hard in the conflict in which a large number of cities were destroyed only next to the [[United States]]. Following the [[July 4 counterattack|July 4th counterattack]], the vast majority of the Chinese leadership were killed in the attacks and were replaced by younger, less experienced successors. Under the new government, drastic policy changes were made in coming to terms with the aftermath of the invasion such as abolishing China's one-child policy to compensate the huge loss of life of the Chinese population.<ref name="Crucible"/>
   
 
The Chinese government was hesitant to join the [[Earth Space Defense]] initiative due to several concerns such as the territorial status of Tibet, which saw a resurgence of violent Tibetan separatism, and Taiwan. However, in February 1999, U.S. President [[Thomas Whitmore]] and [[David Levinson]] managed to reach a compromise with President Qian and the Central Committee by allowing China to owning portions of the [[Moon]] in exchange for joining the ESD.<ref name="Crucible"/> Within a decade, China was technologically ahead in reverse-engineering alien technology, specifically on transport and heavy lifting technology which were used for transporting materiel to the Moon to construct the [[ESD Moon Base]].<ref name="Crucible"/>
 
The Chinese government was hesitant to join the [[Earth Space Defense]] initiative due to several concerns such as the territorial status of Tibet, which saw a resurgence of violent Tibetan separatism, and Taiwan. However, in February 1999, U.S. President [[Thomas Whitmore]] and [[David Levinson]] managed to reach a compromise with President Qian and the Central Committee by allowing China to owning portions of the [[Moon]] in exchange for joining the ESD.<ref name="Crucible"/> Within a decade, China was technologically ahead in reverse-engineering alien technology, specifically on transport and heavy lifting technology which were used for transporting materiel to the Moon to construct the [[ESD Moon Base]].<ref name="Crucible"/>
   
In 2009, [[Beijing]] (renamed as '''New Beijing''') became the command center of the ESD Moon Base from [[Earth]].
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In 2009, [[Beijing]] (renamed as New Beijing) became the command center of the ESD Moon Base from Earth.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 22:30, February 19, 2020

People's Republic of China
Flag of the People&#039;s Republic of China.svg
Type Unitary socialist one-party state
Location East Asia
Capital Beijing
Head(s) of State President Qian[1] (ca. 1999)


The People's Republic of China, locally known as China, is a unitary one-party sovereign state located in East Asia. It is governed by the Communist Party of China. China is one of the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and one of the founders of the Earth Space Defense.

History

During the War of 1996, mainland China was hit hard in the conflict in which a large number of cities were destroyed only next to the United States. Following the July 4th counterattack, the vast majority of the Chinese leadership were killed in the attacks and were replaced by younger, less experienced successors. Under the new government, drastic policy changes were made in coming to terms with the aftermath of the invasion such as abolishing China's one-child policy to compensate the huge loss of life of the Chinese population.[1]

The Chinese government was hesitant to join the Earth Space Defense initiative due to several concerns such as the territorial status of Tibet, which saw a resurgence of violent Tibetan separatism, and Taiwan. However, in February 1999, U.S. President Thomas Whitmore and David Levinson managed to reach a compromise with President Qian and the Central Committee by allowing China to owning portions of the Moon in exchange for joining the ESD.[1] Within a decade, China was technologically ahead in reverse-engineering alien technology, specifically on transport and heavy lifting technology which were used for transporting materiel to the Moon to construct the ESD Moon Base.[1]

In 2009, Beijing (renamed as New Beijing) became the command center of the ESD Moon Base from Earth.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Independence Day: Crucible
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