Hong Leng Te
Hong Leng Te
Ut Incepit Fidelis Sic Permanet (Latin)
("Loyal she began, loyal she remains")
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|• Type||Constitutional monarchy|
|• Premier||PERSON (Democratic)|
|Legislature||Legislative Assembly of Hong Leng Te|
|Federal representation||(in Parliament)|
|MPs||118 of 601 (19.6%)|
|• Total||27,117 km2 (10,470 sq mi)|
|• Land||26,450 km2 (10,210 sq mi)|
|• Water||667 km2 (258 sq mi) 2.5%|
|Area rank||Ranked 22nd|
|2.6% of Zong|
| • Estimate |
|• Rank||Ranked 1st|
|• Density||2,520.81/km2 (6,528.9/sq mi)|
|Demonym(s)||Hong Leng Tian|
|Official languages||Standard Zong|
|• Total (2016)||₭3.151 trillion|
|• Per capita||₭46,102 (3rd)|
|Time zone||ZST: TUC +9|
|ISO 3166 code||ZO-HL|
|Rankings include all provinces and territories|
Hong Leng Te (Zong: 皇領地, Hông Léng-tē) is a province of Zong, covering 27,117 square kilometers. It had a population of 68,356,814 in 2016, or 19.61 percent of the population of Zong. The name Hong Leng Te literally means "royal domain". It comprises the connected metropolitan areas of Huwei, Gudong and Makeng, the first, second and ninth largest metropolitan areas of the country respectively, forming the largest conurbation in the country.
- 1 History
- 2 Geography
- 3 Demographics
- 4 Economy
- 5 Government, law and politics
- 6 Education
- 7 Culture
The creation of the contemporary Hong Leng Te was preceded by an intense political debate. Since the 1864 territorial division of Zong, the main administrative division had consisted of provinces. Autonomous communities were to be created by one or more provinces with a distinct regional identity. Since the 1864 provincial organization, Hong Leng Te was part of the historical province of ??? along with the regions of Siqiao Area, Central Mountains and Some Other. In 1919, a new territorial division was initiated by the federal government, putting into question the future of Hong Leng Te. Thus, it was first planned in that Hong Leng Te would be part of the future province of Thianhu (which was roughly similar to Historical Province) but with new special considerations as the home of the national capital. The other regions of the province of Thianhu expressed fears of inequality if the national capital were associated with them. The integrating regions of That Current Province opposed such a special status, and after considering other options, like its inclusion in Omorpho or its constitution as an entity similar to a federal district, it was decided that the region of Hong Leng Te would become an autonomous province by virtue of Article 137 of the Constitution, which empowers the king to create an autonomous community in the "nation's interest" even if it did not satisfy the requirement of having a distinct historical identity. Thus, in 1920, the Province of Hong Leng Te was constituted and a Statute of Autonomy was approved.
Hong Leng Te faces the Jade Sea to the west and has a total of TBD km of coastline. Leizhou Peninsula is on the southwestern end of the province. The province is geographically separated from the east by a few mountain ranges collectively called the ??? Mountains. The highest peak in the province is ??? NUMBER meters above sea level. Hong Leng Te borders Thianhu to the east, Pakgan to the north, Lamgan to the south, and Omorpho to the west, across from the Leizhou Peninsula.
According to the 2016 Zong Census, the population was 68,356,814 in the province, with 49.7% male and 50.3% female. The population density was 2,520.81 per square kilometer. The racial markup was 85.4% East Fosian, 5.7% Northern Fosian, 3.6% Central Fosian, 1.16% Southern Fosian, 0.33% White, 0.5% Other, and 3.6% Multiracial. It is the most ethnically diverse province of Zong, as well as the province with the largest non-Zong ethnic populations.
The largest religious groupings are Buddhist (47.4%), Hindu (8.4%), Muslim (1.8%), and Pagan (1.5%), alongside those of no religion (30.7%). Zong has traditionally been Buddhist, and Hong Leng Te has a large number of temples. Religious practice in Hong Leng Te is lower than in any other part of Zong or Eastern Fosia and is around five times lower than the national average.
Hong Leng Te is Zong's premier center of economic activity, with a 2016 gross domestic product (GDP) of ₭3.151 trillion. In 2016, its GDP ranked first among the regions of East Fosia and its per-capita GDP was the fourth-highest in East Fosia. If Hong Leng Te was a country, it would be the 11th economy by GDP (PPP). While Hong Leng Te's population accounted for 19.61 percent of Zong in 2016, its GDP accounted for 25.71 percent of the national gross domestic product adjusted to purchasing power parity. The regional economy has been gradually shifting towards high-value-added service industries (finance, IT services, etc.) and high-tech manufacturing (electronics, optics, aerospace, etc.). While the Hong Leng Te economy is dominated by services, and employment in manufacturing sector has declined sharply, the region remains an important manufacturing center, particularly for aeronautics and automobiles.
The Port of Hong Leng Te is the port authority of the province, encompassing the region around the Saithian Bay. It includes the system of navigable waterways in the in the province, as well as the province's airports and supporting rail and roadway distribution networks. Considered one of the largest natural harbors in Adonia, the port is by tonnage the largest in Zong and the largest container port in Adonia, handling approximately 48.57 million twenty-foot equivalent unit worth of cargo in 2017.
Hong Leng Te has an extensive railway network comprising high-speed rail, commuter rails, subways, monorails, trams and others. There are around 160 individual rail lines in Hong Leng Te, and over 1,750 railway stations, most designed for heavy use, usually long enough to accommodate 10-car trains. Stations are designed to accommodate hundreds of thousands of passengers at any given time, with miles of connecting tunnels linking vast department stores and corporate offices. Hong Leng Te railway network is easily considered the world's largest in terms of both daily passenger throughput with a daily trips of over 70 million (35 million different passengers) as well as physical extent with approximately 4,000 kilometers of track. Huwei station is used by an average of 4 million people per day, making it the world's busiest train station. Some 51.5 percent of all Hong Leng Te residents used rail as their primary means of transport in 2016.
CT Sai operates extensive rail service throughout the province and in neighboring provinces in Western Zong. The Hong Leng Te Transit Authority (HKK; 皇領地過境機構) operates public transportation in the form of subway, bus, monorails, trams and ferry systems in the province. HKK is responsible for the operation of the two largest and busiest metro systems in Adonia: Huwei Metro and Gudong Metro, and also the other rapid transit systems in the province.
Hong Leng Te is served by ten airports, including eight international airports, three of which are in the top five busiest in the country. Huwei-Phokau is the busiest with 62,082,032 passengers handled in 2017, while Huwei-Toanto with 55,317,823, and Gudong-Tianpen with 42,212,148, are the second and third largest of the region respectively. Hong Leng Te is also served by Gudong-Chantun, Huwei-Paktian, Huwei-Bongmou, Huwei-Omuong, and Gudong-Chipbi. Combined, the airports in the region served 218,046,865 passengers in 2017, making the region the second busiest airport system in the world after Greater Koblenz, although the latter is almost twice the size of the province. Additionally, the region is also served by two general aviation airports, namely Chirun Airport and Gio Airport.
Currently under construction, a new international airport in Makeng will become the largest airport in the world upon the completion of all four stages of the project, with a capacity to serve 150 million passengers per year. It will mostly serve the southern communities of Hong Leng Te.
Government, law and politics
Hong Leng Te has numerous political parties which run for election. The four main parties are the center-right Democratic Party of Hong Leng Te, the centrist Progressive Party of Hong Leng Te, the left-wing Socialist Party of Hong Leng Te and the right-wing Nationalist Party of Hong Leng Te. The 2015 provincial election resulted in a Democratic majority under ???, who was sworn in to office on 1 January 2016.
The Royal Statistical Bureau measure of a "metro area", the Census Metropolitan Area (CMA), roughly bundles together population figures from the core municipality with those from "commuter" municipalities.
|CMA (largest other included municipalities in brackets)||2001||2006||2011||2016||% Change|
|Huwei CMA (Phokau, Toanto)||24,177,136||26,909,152||29,438,612||31,882,016||8.3|
|Gudong CMA (Chipbi, Kanghai)||21,168,450||22,916,964||25,919,086||29,158,971||12.5|
|Makeng CMA (Hokchian (west one; 福清), Liankang (east one; 連江))||5,313,323||6,042,668||6,608,697||7,315,827||10.7|
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