Jindao

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Jindao Autonomous Administrative Territory of the Auspicious Republic of Xiaodong

小东吉祥共和国金岛自治区
Xiǎodōng jíxiáng gònghéguó Jīndǎo zìzhìqū
(Xiaodongese)
Territoire administratif autonome de Jindao de la République de bon augure de Xiaodong
(Gaullican)
Flag of Jindao
Flag
Seal of Jindao
Seal
Motto: "要为金岛而荣耀"
"To glory for Jindao!"
Map showing Jindao's location in Coius, on Xiaodong's south coast, and Jindao's 16 districts
Location of Jindao
LocationLocation of Jindao
Official languagesXiaodongese
Gaullican
Estmerish
Ethnic groups
(2019)
90.8% Jindanese
4.2% Xiaodongese
1.8% Gaullican
1.7% Estmerish
0.5% Other
Religion
(2019)
44.1% Solarian Catholic
38.2% Taojiao
15.6% Irreligious
2.1% Other
Demonym(s)Jindanese
GovernmentDevolved executive-led government within a unitary authoritarian republic
• Chief Executive
Guo Zhenya
• Chief Secretary
Liao Cai
LegislatureBiao
Autonomous Region of Xiaodong
• Xiaodongese subjucation
1202
• Gaullican colony
1884
• Estmerish colony
1935
• Xiao-Estmerish Jindao Treaty
1990
• Transfer of sovereignty from Estmere
1995
Area
• Total
1,125.6 km2 (434.6 sq mi)
• Water (%)
61.4
Population
• 2019 census
6,541,201
• Density
5,811/km2 (15,050.4/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
$541.7 billion
• Per capita
$82,819
GDP (nominal)estimate
• Total
$506 billion
• Per capita
$77,361
GiniSteady 50.7
high
HDIIncrease 0.914
very high
CurrencyJindanese Nacar (NAC)
Xiaodongese Renjin (RJN)
Date formatyyyy-mm-dd
Driving sideright
Calling code+891
Internet TLD.jn

Jindao, officially the Jindao Autonomous Administrative Territory of the Auspicious Republic of Xiaodong is a special administrative region in the centre of the X in central Xiaodong. With 6,541,201 people and an area of X, it is one of the most densely populated regions in the world.

The city-state of Jindao was an independent kingdom for much of its history, with little instability ever rocking the nation and the port of Jindao being a hub for trade in the southern Coius region. Coming under Xiaodongese subjugation at the start of the 13th century, the city continued to flourish under Xiaodongese control as more resources and revenue from mainland Xiaodong were directed in the way of the island due to the decreased trade regulations between the two states. Also formerly a colony of Gaullica after it was relinquished by Xiaodong as a treaty port in 1884, Jindao acted as a naval base for Gaullica (and Xiaodong) throughout the Great War. After Gaullica's loss in the war, the city's sovereignty was transferred to Estmere, under whom more rights were guaranteed and more democratic reforms were instated, including the reformation of the Biao as a devolved government under Estmere in 1951. The country flourished as women's suffrage was introduced in 1953, and the legal recognition of homosexual marriage being introduced in 1966. In 1990, Estmere and Xiaodong signed the Xiao-Estmerish Jindao Treaty, an agreement which promised the sovereignity of Jindao to be returned to Xiaodong in exchange for the customs of rights of the city to remain unchanged and guaranteed. Estmere officially relinquished sovereignity of the island in 1996, returning it to Xiaodong after 112 years of Euclean rule. Jindao acts as an Autonomous Administrative Territory (AAT) of Xiaodong, whose legislature and government is separate from that of the mainland.

A bustling city off the coast of Xiaodong, Jindao is a major resort city with the highest tourists-per-capita of any city in Coius. The Jade Square in central Jindao is renowned for its wide assortment of cultures, cuisines and activities, with entertainment such as theatres, casinos and restaurants adorning much of the square. It is one of the highest recipients of tourism revenue and tourism accounts for most of country's economy.

Jindao has high rates of urbanisation centred around the main Jindao island, with one of the highest Human Development Indexes in Kylaris, standing at 0.914. The Jindanese government is working on increasing residential capacity on the outlying islands as well as reclaiming land from the sea to use as residential suburbs and estates.