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Akarean Union
Fúguó Liánbāng
Flag of Akarea
Motto: 毋自暴自弃,毋故步自封,光我民族,促进大同
Never abandon in desperation, nor being complacent with achievement, glorify our nation and work promoting Great Unity.
Anthem: 蓝天金日满地红
Blue sky, Gold sun, Red earth
LocationEncompasses the Akarean Subcontinent and Danpian
and largest city
8'11°S 96'31°E
Official languagesMandarin, Gaanglanglataal, Hykkogwa
Ethnic groups
Primarily Akarean and Hykkogwa, minority Edofasian and other Kaltach groups
Zodiac, Ghengism (Gaanglanglataar)
GovernmentCo-operative social democratic federal parliamentary republic
• Chairman of the Assembly
Sun Lu-Tzi
• Premier of Bantang
Pyo Kyungsoon
• Premier of Gaanglanglataar
Shigi Khutukhu
• Premier of Great Huan
Zeng Fengge
• Premier of 4
Ha Longbei
• Premier of 5
Wen Cai
LegislatureGrand Assembly of the Union (联邦大会)
• Upper house
Assembly of the Nations (民族议会, Minzu Yi'hui)
• Lower house
Assembly of the People (人民议会, Renmin Yi'hui)
1914 - 1918
• First meeting of the Assembly of the Nation
4th October 1918
Various meetings of the Assembly of the Nations between late 1918 and 1920
• 2015 census
562,640,000 (~10,000)
CurrencyRénmínbì (RMB)
Driving sideleft
Calling code+7
WC Country CodeAKU
Internet TLD.ak (including .gl.ak and .bt.ak)

Akarea, natively the Fúguó Union (福国联邦; "Fú guó liánbāng", lit. "Fortune Union"), officially the Akarean Union or Union of Akarea depending on localisation, is a large country comprising its mainland, islands and various archipelagos straddling the Equator in the Orient. It shares land borders with Cenaesia and Satoyama, and shares maritime boundaries with Hykko, Meltor and the Candanadian island of Hautsing. It is nominally a federal union of five national republics: Bantang, Gaanglanglataar, Huan, Suiland and West Satoyama.

The country's formation lay primarily in the Culling of the Leeches (Mandarin: 血除血蛭, Xuechu xuezhi) of 1914 in response to increasing demands from the Throne to meet draconian production requirements to provide a suitable surplus for export during the Final Famine. Four years of a violent civil war ensued where rebels, who formed a union of workers and the first iteration of the Workers' Army, clashed with loyalists and the Throne's own military. As the rebellion turned in favour of the Workers' Army, they began to win the throne's former Colonies their independence from the monarchy before installing their own socialist government which came to control the whole of Akarea through the Acts of Union by 1920.

The Akarean political system is founded on the principle of Minsheng (民生), borne out of the Workers' Rebellion. The term has been variably translated as people's livelihood, social democracy, co-operation, or socialism, and places great emphasis on family and community ties and responsibilities. Economically, it results in a business culture where profit maximization is frowned upon, with high degrees of government intervention to ensure workers' rights and standards are met.

Akarea is the most populous country in the world with a population of 562,640,000 to the nearest 10,000 as of the 2015 national census. Its capital Fujing (福京; lit. "Fortune Capital") is the most populous city (124,232,950) and most densely populated city (avg. 17,350 pop./kmsq) in the world. Akarea is home to an incredible wealth of geographical and biological diversity, with regions of mountains, plateaus, jungles, plains, sandy beaches and jagged coastlines. Tens of thousands of species of flora and fauna are indigenous to Akarea, such as the Pink Lotus and Sugar Macaque.

Akarea emerged as one of the world's first civilizations, in the fertile flatlands surrounding the lake Tseno. The Sino people spread through the mainland, fracturing and unifying countless times over thousands of years until eventually forming the Akarean Empire. (帝国; "Dìguó", lit. "The Empire") which was ruled by a strictly hereditary absolute monarchy. The Empire of Akarea saw some of the most advanced technology available at the time, such as compass navigation, papermaking and printing, more efficient agriculture and machined textiles. Rapid military expansion during the Great Akarean Campaigns saw the Empire grow even more until it eventually collapsed during the Workers' Rebellion which gave way to the modern union.

Akarea is governed by the Grand Assembly of the Union, comprising each nation's Assembly of the People who convene as the Assembly of the Nations. The Chairman of Akarea is the leader of the largest political party in power, where that party then delegates a Premier of each nation. The nations are largely free to govern their own affairs except for enforcing Minsheng.

Following the Akarean Industrial Revolution at the end of the 19th century and the Workers' Rebellion, the Akarean economy has become one of the world's fastest-growing with annual growth rates consistently above six percent since 1928. Akarea is the world's largest exporter and second largest importer of goods. Akarea generates most of its power from imported nuclear fuel or green technology after several bills outlawed the use of high-pollutant fuels such as coal and gas in light of environmental concerns.

Akarea is noteworthy for its colossal economy, rich culture and folklore religion, distinctive indigenous ethnic groups, unique languages and historic connections with the Kingdom of Candanadium in the far north. The Akarean Military boasts strength in its navy and air-force while the ground army has the highest number of soldiers of any ground army in the world. The Union of Akarea is generally considered to be one of the great global superpowers.

Akarea is an honourary member of the Kaltach Union (owing to its status as a non-culturally Kaltach power) and enjoys close trade and diplomatic links with the states of the union.



This section is about the history of the modern-day Akarean Union. For the rest of Akarean history, please see Akarean Empire.

The Final Famine

Main article: The Final Famine

Workers' Rebellion

Main article: Workers' Rebellion

Termination of the Heavenly Mandate

The First Akarean Assembly

Acts of Union






Structure and legislature

Foreign relations


Domestic law enforcement


Agriculture and farming


Services and tourism

Science and technology








=== Water supply and sanitation







Art and architecture

Literature and philosophy

Performing arts

Customs and holidays