Quenmin

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Royal Technocratic Realm of Quenmin
Phạm Dynasty

Địa hạt Kỹ thuật Hoàng gia của Quen Minh (Chữ Quốc Ngữ)
Nhà Phạm
地籺伎朮皇家𧶮捐明 (Chữ Nôm)
茹範
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Motto: Đức, Trí tuệ, và Thịnh vượng
Virtue, Wisdom, and Prosperity
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CapitalCao Khoát
Largest city Kontin
Official languages Vietnamese
Recognized languages English, Hmong, Thai, Tagalog, German, Italian, Russian, Miranian
Ethnic groups
  • 84.8% Kinh
  • 2.3% Tam
  • 2.1% Hmong
  • 1.9% Châu (White Quenminese)
  • 1.2% Kirisakian
  • 7.7% Others
Demonym Quenminese
Government Letrinhist Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
 -  Emperor Lành Chinh
 -  Prime Minister Trần Liễng Tâm Han
Population
 -  estimate 210,000,000
GDP (PPP) estimate
 -  Total $788 billion
 -  Per capita $31,200
HDI Increase 0.867
very high
Currency tiền (Ѧ)
Drives on the right
Calling code +573
ISO 3166 code QM
Internet TLD .qm

Quenmin is a country in Tyran, located in the continent of Siduri. It is situated with the Hung Linh Sea to the east, with Tamau to the west, Rapallo to the north, and Ai Chi to the south.

History

Prehistory

Hoằng Khánh Culture (5400-2620 BCE)

Đông Sơn Culture (3925-2680 BCE)

Hồng Bàng Dynasty (2690-2423 BCE)

Thạch Dynasty (2423-2256 BCE)

Dương Dynasty (2256-1844 BCE)

Four Emperors Period (1844-1768 BCE)

Trần Dynasty (1768-877 BCE)

Triệu Dynasty (321 BCE-229 CE)

Liễu Dynasty (229-450 CE)

Autumn's Perturbance (450-438 CE)

Arkoennite Domination and the Three Kings of the Coastline (610-850 CE)

Early Nguyễn Dynasty (850-1166 CE)

Cao Dynasty (1166-1180 CE)

First Anarchy (1180-1265 CE)

Kiếm Hoà Dynasty (1265-1346 CE)

Later Nguyễn Dynasty (1346-1420 CE)

Vưu Dynasty (1420-1440 CE)

Khúc Dynasty (1440-1830 CE)

Second Anarchy (1850-1860 CE)

Phạm Dynasty (1860-present)

National Restoration Movement (1853-1888 CE)

Empire of Quenmin (1888-1947 CE)

Shift to a Democratic Monarchy (1947-1965 CE)

Modern Era (1965-present)

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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.