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San Miao is in full support of Taiwan's independence, believing that Taiwan must be free in order to set free it's Communist counterpart.


In full of support of Tibet's independence from the colonization of China.

East TurkestanEdit

Also in support, but has not recently stated any forms of their independenc, partly due to their aggresive behabiors

Middle EastEdit


Though San Miao has been a frequent believer of independence of nations, they have not been activily been promoting their indeopendence, because of extremist measures that Palenstinians have done in bombing Israel.