Nice. It's the little things like this which make TLs so vibrant... it really feels like a real world, for all the radical differences, a world where actual people live and pay attention to ordinary things like timezones. So bravo. Now a couple questions:SNIP
In Hispaniola you go east and set your clock BACK an hour... is there anything that stupid in OTL's time zones?
For China, de jure that is true. De facto it's a bit more complicated with Xinjiang, with what amounts to a +6 timezone in scheduling.Nepal has a 3/4 time zone.
An eastern bit of Greenland is in GMT despite the sea east of it being -1.
Bits of European Russia are unconnected pockets of +4 (like Yekaterinburg in this map).
All of China being one timezone in OTL is kinda wack.
All of Malaysia is one timezone. This is pretty understandable. Except that timezone is +8. So while much of western Indonesia (including Java which is east of Malaya and pretty much at same longitude with Sarawak) is in +7.
There is a +13 timezone.