|7, 28.300, 160.012|
Cộng hòa Quê Hương
Bài Hát Quê Hương Tôi
Song of my homeland
|Official languages||Kuehongese |
|• National languages||Kuehongese|
|Ethnic Groups||Kue (72%) |
|Government||Unitary federal constiutional republic (de jure) |
Military junta (de facto)
|• Leading State Advisor||Không Có Dụng|
|• Head of National Security and Stability Committee||Vu Yền Lực|
|• Total||160000 km2|
|• Census (2014)||32 million|
|HDI (2015)|| 0.679|
|Drives on the||left|
Kuehong (Kuehongese: 家乡 Quê Hương), officially the Republic of Kuehong (Kuehongese: 共和家乡 Cộng hòa Quê Hương ), is a republic in northern Archanta. Kuehong has a population of 32 million, out of which 72% are native Kue, with the rest mainly immigrants, particularly Babelic (Bai) people from Orano, who settled there during Bai's colonisation. The capital is Bakdep (北叶 Bắc-đẹp), while Namthinhvuong (南盛旺 Nam Thịnh Vượng) is the largest city in the country.
The area of Kuehong was inhabited from as early as the 7000 BC, settled what will be known as the Kue people. The Kingdom of Kue was formed in the 7th century AD. In the 16th century, the kingdom was defeated in an invasion by the Bai Empire (then Suo Empire) and become part of the empire for the next 300 years, while Karolia (or some other coloniser) briefly administers the ports on the west through the Treaty of Khongdeu. After Bai's collapse in the 20th century, the Republic of Kuehong was formed under Phạm Thơ Lanh (范初灵) as its first president. The weak republic, however, split into Bai Kue and Southern Kue after a civil war between ethnic Kue and the Bai people. Following several political changes in either side, it was reunited under a military coup in the 1960s. It was only as recent as 2012 that military rule officially ended, but the military still has quite a huge influence on the nation's politics. Despite the military dictatorship, Kuehong was developed rapidly due to its stability. Industrial reforms began in 1982, and later social reforms began after that. The first democratic elections were held in 2011 with a new civilian government ruling the country since then.
Kuehong is an Ingerish transliteration of "Quê Hương" (家乡), which means "homeland". It was unclear how or when the name "Quê Hương" was adopted, though many estimated that it was first used at around the 3rd century BC. In the 17th century, an Ingerish explorer came to the Bai colony and mispelled the name as "Kwehong", which appeared on maps publisher by Uletha in the subsequent centuries. Another spelling, "Kuehong", emerged later in the 19th century, and is widely used today. Other spelling variants, such as "Kue-hong", "Que Hong", "Quehong" or "Kue Hong", have also been used by other nations to refer to the state.