Szent Korona Posted May 13, 2010 Report Share Posted May 13, 2010 (edited) The signing of the Compact of Free Association between the United States of China and Neo Tokyo was a boom for the Chinese within the Japanese ruled country. The establishment of settlements on the coasts by USC led many Chinese to move there, searching for jobs in the blooming Economic Development Zones and to receive major aid packages and security from their cousins. There are small movements for joining the United States among the emigrants. The shift in population slowly turned many parts of the Neo Tokyo countryside into Japanese enclaves, with Guangxi turning over 75% Japanese and Hainan around 55%. The Japanese were building up a modest homeland of their own, complete with Shinto shrines and temples. One could hardly know if they were in China or Japan. There were much worries within Neo Tokyo of the demographical changes, but freedom could not be stopped. Edited May 13, 2010 by Szent Korona Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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