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China Times


Presidend Huang seeks to extent efforts to Taiwan and Hong Kong


With recent anti-piracy operations finished in Macau, the government has established a humanitarian effort to provide care for the local Chinese residents. Now, President Huang is seeking to extent these efforts to other parts of China, notably Taiwan and Hong Kong, both which up to now have been cared for by Japanese. The government has informed us that a letter has been sent to Tokyo, to cooperate on the issue. A reply is yet to be received.


First Four-Year plan enacted


The Legislative Yuan today has accepted the First Four-Year plan as presented by the President and her government. President Huang and the KMT have made it clear that in order to bring China back on its feet, much work will have to be done. To this end, the Four-Year plan is to provide guidance for the industry and politics, so as to achieve sustainable and lasting economic growth. From what we have been informed, the FYP aims to achieve an overall growth of 50%, which would require an annual growth rate of over 10%. To achieve this, President Huang has proclaimed to reform the economic structure, to bring the profiteurs in the economy into line, to secure the trade routes and to liberalise some market branches.

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Republic of China Army




Number of enlisted soldiers: 300,000

Number of paramilitary National Militia: 200,000

Number of reservists: 350,000

Number of active corps: 28

Number of active divisions: 60


The Republic of China Army is the ground force of the Armed Forces of the Republic of China. It is responsible for protecting the territory of the Chinese nation against enemy incursion and to defend the national interests in China and abroad. The Army recruits itself from volunteers, instead of relying on conscription. The basic unit is the division, which consists out of around 5,000 soldiers and which is grouped in Corps, which are commands of 1-4 divisions.


Equipment is mostly inherited from the Republic of China and the People's Republic of China, before the great catastrophe. Much effort is being put into standardising between the two, so as to ease logistics.




Type 60 MBT - 1,700

Type 96 MBT - 4,200

Type 99 MBT - 1,000


ZTD-05 - 500

Type 89 TD - 450


Armoured Fighting Vehicles:


CM-32 IFV - 3,600

ZBD-08 IFV - 2,000

ZBL-09 IFV - 4,100


WZ551 APC - 400

Type 90 APC - 3,800

CM-21 APC - 2,500


Artillery (towed):


Type 60 122 mm field gun - 3,700

Type 59 130 mm field gun - 1,200

Type 66 152 mm howitzer - 3,500


Artillery (self-propelled):


PL Z-89 122 mm SPG - 600

PL Z-05 152 mm SPG - 1,300

Kung Feng MLRS - 150

Thunderbolt-2000 MLRS - 100

Weishi rocket family - 1,800


Anti-air systems:


Type 90 35 mm AA gun

Type 95 SPAAG

















Republic of China Navy




Number of active ships: 28


The Republic of China Navy is responsible for protecting the maritime territory of the Chinese nation, to support operations of the Army from the coast or inland waterways, to combat piracy and threats along important sealanes and to project power abroad, should such be necessary to defend Chinese interests abroad.




8 Type 056-class corvettes

  • RCNS Bengbu
  • RCNS Huizhou
  • RCNS Meizhou
  • RCNS Shangrao
  • RCNS Qinzhou
  • RCNS Baise
  • RCNS Jieyang
  • RCNS Ji'an

7 Type 054A-class frigates

  • RCNS Xuzhou
  • RCNS Huangshan
  • RCNS Hengyang
  • RCNS Yulin
  • RCNS Yiyang
  • RCNS Liuzhou
  • RCNS Yueyang

6 Type 52D-class destroyers

  • RCNS Kunming
  • RCNS Changsha
  • RCNS Guiyang
  • RCNS Chengdu
  • RCNS Hefei
  • RCNS Guangzhou

1 Guangdong-class aircraft carrier

  • RCNS Guangdong

6 Type 093-class nuclear attack submarines










Republic of China Air Force



The Republic of China Air Force is responsible for protecting the skies of China, to deny the enemy usage of the skies and to allow friendly troops to be unimpeded by enemy air attack. Additionally, the RoCAF is responsible for supporting combat operations of other branches where possible.


















Note: This list is only a collection of the most prominent systems. It includes neither small arms, nor all kinds of ammunitions, rockets, anti-tank missiles, etc. which of course also are taken from old Chinese stocks.

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Republic of China Second Artillery Corps




The Second Artillery Corps is the official military branch of the Republic of China Armed Forces responsible for the operation and maintainance of ballistic missiles, both nuclear and conventional. Thus, it not only is a nuclear deterrence force, but it also is to act in support of the other branches, launching strategic strikes deep into the enemy heartlands. The Secondary Artillery Corps is under the direct command of the Central Military Commission. Authorisation for nuclear strikes needs to be given by the President of the Republic, however, commanders are allowed to make decisions on their own, should due reason exist that the central government is not able to act.




The Republic of China follows a no-first-use policy in regards to weapons of mass destruction, will however reserve for itself the option to use nuclear weapons in retaliation to enemy WMD attack or a conventional attack on its nuclear weaponry.

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Type 071 Amphibious Transport Dock


The RoCN has today commissioned 4 refurbished LPDs in order to boost the naval strength of the fleet. The Type 071 amphibious transport dock is going to allow the Republic of China Armed Forces to effectively ferry troops along its massive coast, easing transportation between the Eastern and Southern regions and strengthening its ability to restore stability in coastal Chinese regions. The RoCN has inherited a total of 8 such ships, however, the second patch still is being overhauled to bring them back into shape.


The four ships have been named:

  • RCNS Kunlung Shan
  • RCNS Jinggang Shan
  • RCNS Tanggula Shan
  • RCNS Heng Shan
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President Huang announces Splendid Asia Doctrine


Today, President Huang Lingyin, in a public speech has announced a shift in Chinese foreign relations. "Striving for peace and stability in Asia, it is the duty of the Chinese nation to ensure that every nation is able to fully determine its own fate and that the Asian people live together like a grand family." According to Huang's announcement, the Republic of China has pledged to protect three core national interests of the Chinese nation, which are:

  • The territorial integrity and political sovereignity of the Great Chinese Nation;
  • The self-determination of Asian nations in the absence of Imperialist powers;
  • The peace within Asia as a guarantee for prosperous growth and stability.

This she said, would lead to a "new Splendid Asia, where the various people could for once freely enjoy the wealth of the vast continent and their laborous efforts, where the nations are free in their pursuit of happiness and where China shall work towards ensuring these great values." To secure these three core values, Huang did not specify the means, however, she stated that "the Chinese nation, standing heroically inmidst the Universe, cannot shy away from its duty."

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Type 055 Guided Missile Cruiser


The Type 055 is a vast improvement in naval firepower over the Type 052 destroyers. Armed with 124 vertical launch missile cells, capable of storing surface-to-air and surface-attack missiles, the Type 055 is a highly capable strike weapon. However, the integration of advanced radar systems (comparable to the American AEGIS) allows the new cruiser also to act as area air and missile defense ship. This makes the Type 055 an important addition to the RoCN, providing two important and up to now lacking capabilities to East Asia's most powerful nation. To defend itself at short ranges, the Type 055 posesses not only two 30 mm CIWS, but also two FL-3000N missile CIWS for point defense.


Ships in class are:

  • RCNS Cheng Kung
  • RCNS Cheng Ho
  • RCNS Chi Kuang
  • RCNS Yueh Fi
  • RCNS Tzu I
  • RCNS Pan Chao
  • RCNS Chang Chien
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In order to bolster the RoCN Naval Aviation Service, the Republic has commissioned three additional carriers of the proven Guangdong-class. With four nuclear-powered carriers in service, the RoCN can proudly claim to always have one operational carrier ready for deployment to Asian crises and to protect the interests of the Chinese nation and Asia at large. Naturally, the new carriers will be equipped with highly modern J-15 carrier aircraft.


The three new ships in the class are:

  • RCNS Sichuan
  • RCNS Taiwan
  • RCNS Fujian
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Type 057 Guided Missile Battlecruiser


The so-called Ning Hai-class is the newest ship of the RoCN fleet, providing an advanced missile cruiser for strike and air defence capabilities. Armed with HQ-16, HHQ-9 and YJ-62 missiles, the Type 057 makes a formidable heavy surface combatant, rivaling the Amagi-class battlecruisers it was designed to counter. It is equipped with sensoric systems taken from the Type 055 cruiser and shares many components with the smaller cruiser design. For shore bombardement, the Type 057 carries 4 180 mm/55 caliber guns. The ships are much celebrated and are deemed of extreme combat value.


Ships in class are:

  • RCNS Ning Hai
  • RCNS Ping Hai
  • RCNS Chao Ho
  • RCNS Ying Swei
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With Japanese troops showing far less resistance than anticipated, 100,000 troops would be moved away from Fujian, instead patrolling the border with anarchist lands in underdeveloped Yunnan.


Republic of China Navy




The President has approved a fleet plan, which sees the increase of naval strength by the RoCN to:

  • 6 fleet carriers
  • 8 guided missile battlecruisers
  • 7 guided missile cruisers
  • 8 guided missile destroyers
  • 10 frigates
  • 8 corvettes
  • 8 landing ships
  • 8 nuclear attack submarines

This increase in fleet strength was deemed necessary to address the perceived need to deploy at multiple locations at the same time in sufficient strength to protect Chinese interests. Most ships will be taken from refurbished PLAN vessels, though this will require some time for refurbishing of the vesels to be operational again.

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In a secret order, Chairwoman Yao has set up the Department for Research on Substitute Fuels. This department will however not just devote some minor amount of their time creating biofuel out of leftover food, but will also work on the creation of a stockpile of highly toxic substances, to supplement the nuclear deterrent. In effect, it is supposed to be used in case that any similarly despicable weapon is launched at China. As Japan has historically and now again proven to be imperialistic and genocidal sinophobe crackpots, the stated objective of Yao's order was to stockpile enough to "kill them all". The agents would for now be named the QM series.


At the same time, mobile MRBMs with MIRV payload, most of all the DF-21 missile, are to receive a much higher priority in manufacturing, together with long range cruise missiles. These are seen as the prime delivery platform for such an extented second strike capability.

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