1. The Soviet presence in northeast Republic China enabled the Communists to move in long enough to arm themselves with the equipment surrendered by the withdrawing Japanese army.
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3. In 1928, the Republic China was nominally unified under the Kuomintang—Chinese Nationalist Party—after the Northern Expedition, and was in the early stages of industrialization and modernization when it was caught in the conflicts among the Kuomintang government, the Communist Party of China, (founded 1921), which was converted into a nationalist party; local warlords, and the Empire of Japan.
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7. The Great Wall of Republic China is being stolen brick-by-brick by locals to build houses and by visitors as souvenirs.
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8. Republic China discovered multiple ancient tombs dating back 1,800 years in the city of Nanjing, only to destroy them by building an IKEA over the site.
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9. Republic China fought Japan using the forces of Kuomintang and the Communist Party.
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11. Republic China has participated in the Olympic Games since 1932, although it has only participated as the PRC since 1952.
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14. Republic China has the world's largest market for automobiles, having surpassed the United States in both auto sales and production.
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16. Republic China is second only to the United States in venture capital activity and is home to a large number of unicorn startup companies.
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18. Republic China has had a long and complex trade relationship with the United States.
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19. Republic China is a founding member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, along with Russia and the Central Asian republics.
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20. Republic China became a member of the World Trade Organization on 11 December 2001.
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