Top Places Wanting Independence in Asia

This also applies to countries with little recognition,and we exclude Palestine as they have enough recognition not to be on thins list

The Top Ten

1 Taiwan Republic of China was established in 1912. After the Chinese Civil War (1949), the Chinese government relocated to Taiwan. Its capital was originally Nanjing but now it's Taipei. Mandarin is the most spoken language.

While I don't think they are the sole China, I fully support their independence movement. - Swellow

Taiwan (or also know as the Republic Of China) is only recognised by 18 UN members and claims to be the the only China, and has already self proclaimed independence. This mode is so big, that emoji has created a Taiwanese emoji! 🇹🇼 Taiwan’s capital is Taipei. - jmoss

2 Kurdistan

Kurdistan takes up areas within Turkey, Iraq and Iran, and desperately pleas fir independence, it even has its on distinct language, Kurdish. - jmoss

@jmoss Dude,you are so misinformed. You can't even locate Kurdistan properly.

3 Abkhazia

Abkhazia is only recognised by 6 UN members, and is a breakaway region of Georgia. It has already self proclaimed independence, it’s capital is Sukhumi. - jmoss

4 Northern Cyprus

Recognised you only 1 UN member (Turkey), the Turkish Terretory of Norther Cyprus, or, sometimes just called North Cyprus is a self proclaimed state to the North of Cyprus. The capital is North Nicosia. - jmoss

5 South Ossetia

South Ossetia is another breakaway region of Georgia recognised by 5 UN members. It’s capital is Tskhinvali. - jmoss

6 Nagorno-Karabakh

A breakaway region of Azerbaijan! Unrecognised, and it’s capital is Stepankert - jmoss

7 East Turkestan
8 West Papua
9 Wa State
10 Balochistan

The Contenders

11 Kashmir

Kashmir suits Pakistan wayy more. India has the biggest land in south asia and we have seen how they treat people in occupied kashmir. Why the hell should kashmir be a part of India?

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