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Let’s start with a little bit of a timeline. Whenever people hear of a Dynastic government they often think of China. According to Chinese history the first dynasty is referred to as The Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors. These were a group of semi-mythological rulers and culture heroes from ancient China being placed somewhere around 2852 BC[1] to 2070 BC. Let’s fast forward to 221 B.C when the Chinese saw unification of it’s kingdom, in a way, under the ruling of the Qin Dynasty. Once you learn enough about China you can start to understand why I say, “in a way” when referring to unification considering the status places like Macau, Hong Hong, Taiwan, Tibet and the uninhabited Diaoyu Islands. The Dynastic ruling ended in 1912 with the last Dynasty being the Qing Dynasty. The Dynasty type of ruling was replaced with the Republic of China. The Republic of China still exists today but is no longer in control of Mainland China, Macau, or Hong Kong. The current government in place is the People’s Republic of China and took over on 1 October 1949. China is currently a 1 party Communist state. It’s party is simply called the Communist Party. The Central Government is located in Beijing. The current president of China is Xi Jinping and the vice president is Li Yaunchao. The main governmental building which would be sort of the equivalent to the white house is called Zhongnanhai. This is the building where some of the highest ranking government officials live in. Although China has a one party country and as we know it is a communist state it also operates something known as One China two systems. China has 2 places called Special Administrative Regions, one of them being the lesser known Macau and the other being the most commonly known Hong Kong. These two areas where at one point owned by China, conquered by another country, then returned under Chinese control. Macau…...

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