Quenmin

Democratic Royal Empire of Quenmin
Phạm Dynasty

Đế quốc Hoàng gia Dân chủ Quến Minh (Chữ Quốc Ngữ)
Nhà Phạm
帝國皇家民主𫃔明 (Chữ Nôm)
茹範
Flag of Quenmin
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Motto: Đức, Trí tuệ, và Thịnh vượng
Virtue, Wisdom, and Prosperity
Quenmin in Tyran
Quenmin in Tyran
CapitalCao Khoát
Largest cityBãi Biển Ngao
National languageQuenminese
Recognized languagesHmong, Cham, Kazakh, Zhuang, Tamauese, English (standard diplomatic language), German, Italian, Russian, Miranian
Ethnic groups
  • 81.5% Xuết
  • 3.3% Cham
  • 2.3% Tam
  • 2.1% Hmong
  • 1.9% Châu (White Quenminese)
  • 1.2% Miranian
  • 7.7% Others
Demonym(s)Quenminese
GovernmentUnitary Semi-Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy with Letrinhist influence
• Emperor
Lành Chinh
Trần Liễng Tâm Han
Population
• Estimate
210,000,000
GDP (PPP)estimate
• Total
$788 billion
• Per capita
$41,350
HDISteady 0.885
very high
Currencytiền (Ѧ)
Driving sideright
Calling code+573
ISO 3166 codeQM
Internet TLD.qm

Quenmin (Quenminese: Quến Minh), officially known as the Democratic Royal Empire of Quenmin (Đế quốc Hoàng gia Dân chủ Quến Minh) and also synonymously recognized as the Phạm Dynasty (Nhà Phạm), is a country in Tyran residing in the continent of Siduri. It is situated with the Hung Linh Sea and Lirinya to the east, Tamau to the west and Ai Chi to the south. Quenmin’s capital is Cao Khoát, and its largest city is Bãi Biển Ngao. Despite housing a considerate multitude of languages, the country’s national language is Quenminese.

Early settlement of Quenmin occurred since approximately 690,000 BCE, with excavations based along the Blue River. Subsequently, ancient Quenminese civilization emerged during the Neolithic Hoằng Khánh Culture, where farmlands and rice cultivation exhibited prominence. The semi-legendary emergence of independent dynastic rule in Quenmin was substantiated by the Hoằng Xanh Dynasty in 2986 BCE, and this system of governance persevered until 640 CE when the warring factions of the Second Quenminese Anarchy were subjugated by the Makedonian Empire. After 450 years of foreign rule, independence was reestablished, and Quenminese dynastic rule was restored. Until 1830, a myriad of dynasties emerged and fell, such as the Mông, Liễu, Early and Later Nguyễn, Quyền, Kiếm Hoà and Lận; alongside this, a surge in technological advancement and invention and a national cultural identity is palpable. In 1860, Quenmin began to ameliorate itself from its anarchic state into a fully modernized state under the Phạm Dynasty. Since then, Quenmin has transformed itself into a democratic state to which it endears, while preserving its prolonged monarchy. Pursuant to this, Quenmin also positions itself as a de jure sovereign state over Bactieu and the Adelaidines and Aichi, providing guarantees and protection to their individual rights of self-governance.

The country is governed under a unitary semi-parliamentary constitutional monarchy, with the heads of state and government, the Emperor and the Prime Minister, holding an equal share of executive and legislative power. It also resides in a democratic form of government, where elections are held among the common people. In regards to its legal system, Quenmin possesses a hybrid system of civil law and statutory law, with several influences originating from its thousands-year-old political philosophy, Luật Cao. For its international stance, Quenmin is a member of the Organization of Tyrannic Nations.

Quenmin's economy is one of the highest ranking in the region, cementing itself as a developed country with a mixed economy guided by a free market. Notably accounting for its GDP is agriculture, technology, energy, education, tourism and oil exports. Quenmin also maintains a high-quality healthcare system, as well as an exceptional public education system. Along with its military power, Quenmin is considered to be a rising power.

History

Prehistory

Hoằng Khánh Culture

Pre-Domination Dynastic Era

Makedonian Domination

Post-Domination Dynastic Era

Modern Era

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Demographics

Ethnicity

Religion

Education

Health

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Military

Public Holidays

Name Quenminese Name Date(s) Notes
New Year's Day Ngay đâu năm January 1 Celebration of the New Year.
Quenminese New Year Tết January 28-30 Marks a new year of the lunisolar calendar. A national one week of leisure from work, labor, and school after the celebration is followed.
Emperor's Birthday Sinh nhật của Hoàng đế March 15 (currently) Observance of the birthday of the current Emperor of Quenmin.
Unification Day Ngày Thống nhất March 28 Commemoration of the unification of the country in 1860.
National Teachers' Day Ngày Nhà giáo Quốc April 16 Observance of the enormous contributions of every teacher and professor within the nation to the educational system.
International Workers' Day Ngày Quốc tế Lo động May 1 Observance of the efforts of every worker within the country. This day is also celebrated with 80% of all nations within Tyran.
Trịnh Nguyên Huynh Day Ngày Trịnh Nguyên Huynh June 11 Recognizes the birthday of Trịnh Nguyên Huynh, former Prime Minister of Quenmin and author of the Essential Amendments of the Constitution.
Inception of Democracy Khởi động của Dân chủ June 12 Commemorates the day when the Imperial Constitution of Quenmin was ratified.
Summer Climax (Fireworks Warfare Day) Mùa hè Cao trào (Ngày Pháo hoa Chiến tranh) August 13-15 The day when the youth and adult population celebrate the ending days of summer vacation by enacting a war game with fireworks or a fusillade of fireworks. Safety precautions for this celebrations have been established by local governments all across the country.
Election Day Ngày Bầu cử November 5 The day when the nation elects a future parliament to take over the government for the next five years.
Celebration of Serenity Kỷ niệm Sự thanh bình December 15-December 31 Observance of the passing of the Thuận Thiên Comet once every 51 years. The celebration requires everyone to wear clothes that contain either teal, cyan, pink, blue, or purple, as these colors emphasize the symbolism of the illuminating core of the comet and its long streak stretching across the sky.

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