|Motto: “May death come to any who dare challenge us”|
|Anthem: “Hail! Qonklaks, Hail!”|
and largest city
|Recognised regional languages||Qonklese lects, Ndxiixun, Riyan|
|Legislature||Qonklese National Assembly Hall|
|-||Upper house||Advisory Council|
|-||Lower house||National Assembly|
|-||Hon dynasty established||2520 BC|
|-||Abolition of the monarchy||1903|
|-||Kúúlist single-party state||1952|
|-||Qonklese Crisis||9—22 October 2015|
|Currency||Qonklese Cent (QKC)|
|Time zone||QST (SCT<-1>)|
|-||Summer (DST)||Not Observed (SCT)|
|Date format||(yyyy.mm.dd) Q.I.C. (Qonklese Imperial Calendar)|
|Drives on the||left|
|This article is part of a series on|
Sovereign StatesAsota, Awarahl, Bosato, Herdek, Kadya, Liosol, Lugida, Myaichoun S.A.R., Nyatol, Qonklaks, Quaxin Xun, Riyana, Xynderland, Yachiro, Yeinti S.A.R.
|Herdwate, Lithian, Kadic, Mañi, Qgam Dzwo, Qonklese, Riyan, Terminian, Tyndal, Xynder, Yachiroese|
|Alotol (Tolec), Hetanic, Malas, Methic, Qonklese, Quatic, Rietic, Yachi|
Qonklaks (Qonklese: Kwai Kwan /kwɛ˦ kwã˦/), officially the Qonklese Federation, is a country located in Soltenna, known for its rip-off products, excessive use of Special Administrative Regions, interventionalism, cheap labour forces, chili oil, and copyright issues. It borders Quaxin Xun and Riyana.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Economy
- 4 Demographics
- 5 Culture
- 6 See also
Kwai is of native Ngerupic origin, meaning 'country', and tracing back to Wa Ñi *kway-ni. Kwan is an endonym possibly related to the Ngerupic root for 'sun', *kwo-ni.
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Today, Qonklaks provides security to its people and its allies with the Qonklese Peacekeeping Forces, with over 450000 active personnel and 3 million in reserve.
Science and technology
The official language of Qonklaks is Standard Qonklese. However there are a great many other varieties of Qonklese such as West Kwang. In the south and southwest, there are many minority languages, as well as Ndxiixun, which is the primary language of Quaxin Xun.
The people of Qonklaks is slowly becoming more and more atheistic, and is pushing religion away from their daily lives. However, government efforts to re-introduce traditional Qonklese Xenhuism as a religion have been proven quite successful.
Qonklese cuisine relies heavily on noodles, flatbread, and steamed corn paste for staples, and is typically quite spicy, with abundant use of chili oil and numbing pepper. Being a mainly coastal country, seafood is quite prominent.