Republic of Beijian
Bèijiàn Gònghéguó

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Flag Emblem
Motto: 個標誌,個國家
One Flag, One Nation
Anthem: 人民之歌
The People's Song
Official languages Standard Mandarin
Recognised regional languages Cantonese
Official scripts Hanzi
Ethnic groups 80% Han
20 others
Demonym Beijianese
Government Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic
 -  President Gao Min
 -  Prime Minister Chu Liu Dai
Legislature National Assembly
Formation Independence from China
 -  Republic established 27 July 2016 
 -  Total 1,947 km²
752 sq mi
 -  2016 estimate 46
HDI (2016) 0.298 
Currency Chouwan dollar (CW$) (CWD)
Time zone Bejianese Standard Time (UTC+8)
 -  Summer (DST) not observed (UTC+8)
Date format yyyy-mm-dd
or yyyy年m月d日
(CE; CE-2016)
Drives on the right
Calling code +886
Internet TLD .bw
The Republic of Beijian, commonly known as Beijian is a sovereign state in East Asia, located at the Pearl River Estuary of the South China Sea.

However, it is more commonly referred to as a micronation by external observers founded on Beijian secede from China as the Republic of Beijian. The country has neighboring states include China to the west, and Taiwan to the east The country is a Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic state, with its seat of government in the capital city of Chuwei. It exercises jurisdiction of five provinces: Fengkeng, Chuyuan, Feiwan, Tangxi, and Qin

Beijian's core principles are liberalism, free speech and secularism. It is noted for its effective, pragmatic and incorrupt governance and civil service, which together with its rapid development policies, is widely cited as the "Bejian' model". Public polls shows 96% of its residents expressed confidence in the national government, and 83% in its judicial systems—one of the highest ratings recorded. Beijian has significant influence on global affairs relative to its size, but some analysts classify it as a small power.

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