Beijing (chin. 北京)
History[edit | edit source]
In 2058, the wujen magician Li Tianzi led a militia consisting of ex-policemen and soldiers. Backed by several spirits, they stormed the governmental complex and kicked the politicians out to the street. Fanning out throughout the city, they drove the bureaucrats out of Beijing. Tianzi afterwards entered the Forbidden City, where he then proclaimed himself the emperor.
Politics[edit | edit source]
- Passing mention of the Imperial Kingdom of Beijing
Geography[edit | edit source]
Economy[edit | edit source]
Sixth World in Beijing[edit | edit source]
Metahumans[edit | edit source]
Though things were not all roses for metahumans when they appeared in China (e.g. parents abandoning ork and troll children), due to cultural factors the Han Chinese were more easily able to accept the emergence of metahumans than people in Japan, India, the Middle East, or some of the more conservative regions and nations in the West (e.g. the Confederation of American States or Spain). The treatment of metahumans is generally likewise better than in most of the world, especially compared to the CAS, Japan, or the Middle East. This is reflected in the Chinese megacorp Wuxing, Inc., their criminal syndicates (Triads), and in both Daoism and Buddhism.
Awakened[edit | edit source]
Magic was embraced by the Chinese relatively easily due to Daoism and Buddhism, and therefore its reintegration into Chinese society was far easier than it was in the Islamic nations or in most of the Catholic world. The Awakened are favored in Chinese society and the use of magic in society is greater than in the West as demonstrated by Wuxing, Inc., the state of Sichuan, the Triads, or Hong Kong.