Pinchio

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Pinchio
平石國
Pîⁿchio̍h-koet
Flag of Pinchio Seal of Zong
Flag Seal
Motto: 依舊挺立,不變,無敵的
Unbowed, Untouched, Unconquered
Anthem: 夢想和平
Dream of Peace
Government Seal of Pinchio
Location of Pinchio in Adonia
Capital
and largest city
Huwei
Official languages Standard Zong
Recognised national languages Pinchian
Ethnic groups 74.6% Hunhuih (混血)
12.1% Hoankheh (番客)
8.6% Thó͘tìr (土著)
2.7% others
Demonym Pinchian
Government Unitary parliamentary
representative democracy under
constitutional monarchy
 -  King Kengjun
 -  Prime Minister Lim Chuneng (林振英)
Legislature Parliament
Constitutional history
 -  Gained home rule 30 April 1922 
 -  Independence from Zong 14 September 1973 
Area
 -  Total 19,175 km2
7,403.5 sq mi
 -  Water (%) 0.16%
Population
 -  2016 estimate 6,478,612
 -  2016 census 6,478,612
 -  Density 337.87/km2
875.07/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2016 estimate
 -  Total ₭61.385 billion
 -  Per capita ₭9,475
Gini (2016)29.4
low · ??th
HDI (2016).724
high · ??th
QLI (2016)6.112 medium
IEF (2016)73.1 Mostly Free
Currency Siliang ($) (PCS)
Time zone SST (TUC-12)
Date format dd.mm.yyyy CE
Drives on the left
Calling code +78
Internet TLD .pi

Pinchio (Pinchian: Aupuni Mōʻī o SOMETHING; Standard Zong: 平石, Pîⁿchio̍h; formally 平石國, Pîⁿchio̍h-koet, literally "State of Pinchio") is an island country in Lurandia. At the national level, after being ruled by Zong since YEAR, Pinchio established its sovereignty in 1973. It became an independent Zong realm in 1973 with Jitek V as its king.

Etymology

The name of Pinchio comes from the Jade glyphs 平 pîⁿ, meaning "flat", and 石 chio̍h, meaning "stone".

History

Indigenous peoples

Indigenous peoples in Pinchio include WHOEVER. The term "aboriginal", known in the Zong language as 土著 Thó͘tìr, as a collective noun is a specific term used in some legal documents, including the 1973 Constitution.

Zong colonization

Home rule

Great Adonian War

Independence and contemporary era

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