杯碗---- Military occupation----
|Official language(s)||Japanese Chinese|
|- Military Governor||Jo-Chi|
The Occupation of Beiwan at the Second Shikaeshi War was led by Jo-Chi the Supreme Commander, with support from the Paramillitary forces It transformed the country into a dictatorship that recalled Shurigawan nationalism Sauthoritarian- politics. It later given to the Han
Etymology[edit | edit source]
The English word Beiwan derives from the Chinese pronunciation of the Beiwanese name, 杯碗, which in Chinese is pronounced Bēi Wǎn. The pronunciation Bēi Wǎn is more formal, and is in used for most official purposes. The full title of Beiwan is . The main islands are Pingzhou, Pipa, and Genzhi Zhuwu which together comprise about ninety percent of Beiwan's land area.
Shurigawan attack on Beiwan[edit | edit source]
On 12 November, Shurigawan Emperor Toshiko ordered the Imperial Army to attack the Yu one day later, the North of Beiwan was ceded to Shurigawa as the Occupation of Beiwan, with Jo-chi as govenor