The past few years had been very busy. On one hand, China dealt with international diplomacy, on the other, her own internal strife. It was hard work keeping her country Communist after the end of the previous war. And when she was allowed to see Pyong again, he had changed. It was evident he had been tortured extensively, and was forced by other countries to give up his Communist ways.
"Suitable punishment," England had said, "for killing his twin." Sometimes, it was even hard to tell if he acted more like himself or like Yong Soo. However, he is still her brother. China's relationship with Japan and Taiwan had also improved since the war, and they even visit from time to time.
Since she was a victim of Russia's nuclear attacks and instrumental in defeating Ivan, she had more bargaining ground when it came to deciding the fate of the land. She had defended Russia from being converted into a Capitalist. After much help from the Chinese government, it just started to rule itself again r