|Emblem of Tibet|
The People's Republic of Tibet at its greatest extent.
|Population||13,786,129 (2034 Census)|
|Languages||Tibetan (Official) Mandarin (Majority) Indian (Minority)|
|Establishment||March 12, 2017|
Tibet, officially the People's Republic of Tibet, is a state located in Asia. It was founded after the Chinese Civil War ended, which led to the July Armstice and the establishment of the United Republic of China.
Tibet is now dominated by immigrants. Though 25% of the population is Tibetan, Chinese Refugees make up a staggering 50% of the population. Indians make up 15% and a variety of immigrants fill up the last 10% of the population.
Tibet today is an economic powerhouse in Asia, though is by no means a world power. It is one of the fastest rising economies but has a ways to go to reach world power status.