I think this is pretty good for china. The not Republic of China: The regime has been pretty bad for the citizens. Tries to hold on to Sichuan, but it always wriggles out of their leash. Manchu State: A puppet. Nothing else to really say. Union of Western Cities: A cross between city-states and a unified state. A federal democracy, it has fairly open borders, especially with the east. Tibet: One of the most peaceful (but isolationist) countries in East Asia. Basically the Switzerland of the East. Uyghurstan: A semi-Islamic republic that shifts from secular to conservative with every election or two. Sorta like OTL Turkey. Union of South China: Industrious and heavily Germanic. However, Hong Kong serves as a reminder to keep capitalism in check: It is a utopia for the wealthy, but a living hell for the working poor. Huistan: An Islamic republic that has been far less fundamentalist than it used to be. Tsingtau: The Hong Kong of the North, it is basically under China's leash. Mongolia: Ignores everything down south, and is secretly the only state that gives funding to Tuva.