NationStates Jolt Archive

World Factbook Entry and Other Information (56k warning)

Corporate China
20-03-2004, 21:46
The Interplanetary Federation of Corporate China

The IFCC has long established itself as a powerful nation, hidden under the large drapes of isolation. It is our strong interest to express the beliefs that we possess, as well as spread the great beauty of capitalism far and wide. How can those who oppose capitalism truly not admire the towers of steel and glass? How can they not admire the wealth? Corporate China does not only look after these needs, but also the needs of the poor.

The IFCC has produced and sold millions of products over the past few decades, and in this year, 2055, Corporate China has decided to release itself from isolationism. Long have we watched and copied many other nations, and long shall we survive this great new age. From our isolation, our population has remained largely untouched, with a few exceptions. Corporate China cotains mostly Asians, though there are some Caucasians, Africans, and Hispanics. There is a very large minority of elves, most who live in the deep forests in central Corporate China.

Below is a large world factbook entry to educate the world about Corporate China and what it stands for. This entry was made possible by the Corporate Chinese Department of Information and Communication, along with the combined help of other departments.


Location: Mid-pacific, southwest of Hawaii in Southern Hemisphere

Area-comparitive: slightly larger than Brazil

Climate: mostly tropical, two seasons: Wet and Dry.

Natural Resources: coal, iron ore, natural gas, petroleum, aluminium, lead, zinc, uranium, timber, hydropower potential

Land Use:
arable land: 20%
permanent crops: 2.1%
other: 78.9%

Natural Hazards: frequent typhoons, earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, flooding, mudslides


Population: 654 million (March 20, 2004)

Age Structure:
00-15 years: 31% of population
16-65 years: 55% of population
66 and over: 14% of population

Life Expectancy at Birth:
Male: 79 yrs.
Female: 84 yrs.
Total: 82 yrs.

Noun: Corporate Chinese (singular and plural)
Adjective: Corporate Chinese

Ethnic Groups:
Han Chinese: 55% (20% half-elves)
Japanese: 15% (5% half-elves
Other Asian: 5% (1% half-elves)
Elven: 15%
Other: 10% (1% half-elves)


Languages: English, Mandarin, Quenya, Sindarin, Spanish, French
(All CC students are required to learn 2 languages other than their own. The above languages are largely the only choice, though Latin is also taught. The languages above are ordered in usage amount.)

Definition: 15 years or older can read and write.
Male: 97%
Female: 98%
Total: 97.5%


Country Name:
Conventional Long-form: Interplanetary Federation of Corporate China
Conventional Short-form: Corporate China
Abbreviation: IpFoCC or IFCC

Government Type: Led by a Board of Directors, capitalist state, democratic parliamentary system for Corporate Senate.

Capital: Honshai City. Contains 10% of the total population.

Administrative Divisions: Called 'provinces'. There are 10 provinces. Most have capitals on the map, some do not. From left top to right:

Maiju Atoll
Isle de Jaikuna

Independence: May 5, 1970--Independence Day

National Holidays: Independence Day, Labor Day, Coporation Pride Day (May 25)

Constitution: most recent ratified July 20, 2025.

Legal System: a variation of the Napoleanic Code.

Suffrage: 16 years of age; universal

Executive Branch:
Chief of State CEO Kaiyo Cironas. Half Elven, half Japanese. Elected with 70% of the vote in last elections. (2045) The CEO serves 15 year terms. A CEO may only hold 3 consecutive terms.
Head of Government Prime Minister Jingjia Tsung. The Prime Minister acts as top advisor to the Board of Directors. The CEO and PM share most powers, but only the CEO may move military elements. Prime Minister Tsung won with 75% of the vote in the last parliamentary elections as head of the Capitalist Party.

Legislative Branch:
Unicameral Legislature: Corporate Senate. There are 1,000 seats in the CS. Members are elected to 5-year terms by citizens. Below is the breakdown of party presence:

Capitalist Party: 65% OR 650 senators
Socialist Party: 15% or 150 senators
Independent Party: 15% or 150 senators
Environmental Liberation Union 5% or 50 senators

Judicial Branch:
High Council--10 Justices
Supreme Court--11 Judges
Appeals Court--6 Judges per district
District Court
Municipal Court
All judges and justices serve for life.

Political Parties and Leaders:
Senator Garrett Nguna
Senator Lisa del Mariana
Senator Luna Jong-Lei
Senator Vu Cheng

Flag Description: white background with blue, white, and black stripes on bottom. Large blue and white ying-yang in upper left, with Chinese symbol on upper right, with scales in upper center.


I'll add more later. :) And no, I'm not really Chinese. :-p
20-03-2004, 22:01
I'm happy to see that your voting age is 16 years. It annoys me that young people are not able to vote in most nations..... :x :x :x
20-03-2004, 22:26
What are your views on Taiwan?
20-03-2004, 22:31
I'm happy to see that your voting age is 16 years. It annoys me that young people are not able to vote in most nations..... :x :x :x

It's good when there is no voting at all :D
Corporate China
21-03-2004, 05:02
Yes, I agree. The U.S. needs to lower the voting age. :P

Board of Directors

Director of Global Affairs
Aaliyah Li-Jian

Director of Interplanetary Affairs
Xiao Yu-Long

Director of Defense
Li Ming Shuang

Director of Information and Communications
Chian Lok

Director of Economic Affairs and Trade
Melanie Whiteford

Director of Transportation
Brandon Xing-Wu

Director of Energy
Malia Sanders

Director of Environmental Protection and Preservation
Mulan Boshitu

Director of Financial Affairs
Frederick Vukh

Director of National Security
Ryan Quanchu

Director of Agriculture
Qian Xiao-Tsung

Director of Education
Bashir Atkins

Director of Health and Human Services
Ling-Qi Li-Jian

Prime Minister of the IpFoCC
Jingjia Tsung

CEO of the IpFoCC
Kaiyo Cironas

Honshai Palace


The Interplanetary Federation of Corporate China sees Taiwan as a fledging state, and we fully support it's freedom and liberation. Taiwan is a nation, not a province. Unlike our Communist brethren, Corporate Chinese are very pro-independence in regards to Taiwan. It is hoped that this message may further our relations with the nation.

--Department of Global Affairs--