List of fictional Asian countries

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This is a list of fictional countries supposedly located somewhere in the continent of Asia.

Central Asia

  • Kuala Rokat: a far eastern country in the Mission: Impossible TV episode "The Seal". Described in the tape sequence at the start of the episode as "a small but strategic nation on the India-China border".[1]
  • People's Republic of Tazbekistan, The BBC2 comedy drama Ambassadors (TV series) starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb as the British ambassador, Keith Davis, and his Mission deputy, Neil Tilly.[2]
  • Takistan: a country in Central Asia, from the computer game ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead.[3]
  • Tazbekistan:[4] Central Asian republic, setting for the 2013 BBC TV comedy series Ambassadors.

East Asia

  • Tokpan: a fictional country in Raya100, ruled by a dictator Emperor Terasiku.
  • Greater Korean Republic: A Fictional Country reunified in 2013, Established in 2015, consist of The Korean Peninsula, Japan, The Philippines, And all of Southeast Asia, And Western America. President is Kim Jong-un.

Southeast Asia

  • Sunda: in Eric Ambler's State of Siege[5], is similar to Indonesia but much smaller, confined to a single island. (In reality there is a Sunda Strait and many islands known collectively as the Sunda Islands, but no specific one island with the name.)
  • Udon Khai: a country featured in the 1995 Andrew Vachss Batman novel Batman: The Ultimate Evil. Bordering Thailand, Udon Khai is a haven for wealthy sex tourists looking for child prostitutes. The country serves as a stand-in for Thailand and as a critique of Thailand's child sex industry.[6]

Southwest Asia

Uncertain

References

  1. ^ White, Patrick J., The Complete Mission: Impossible Dossier, Avon Books, 1991, p.128
  2. ^ Guide, British Comedy. "Ambassadors - BBC2 Comedy Drama - British Comedy Guide". British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 8 April 2018. 
  3. ^ "ArmA II: Operation Arrowhead announced". Forums.bistudio.com. 2009-08-24. Retrieved 2012-07-15. 
  4. ^ "Ambassadors - Tazbekistan - BBC Two". BBC. Retrieved 8 April 2018. 
  5. ^ "Black Lizard - Knopf Doubleday". Retrieved 8 April 2018. 
  6. ^ Bob Herbert (1996-01-22). "In America;Kids for Sale". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-10-15. 
  7. ^ a b Gleisner, T., Cilauro, S. and Sitch, R. (2006) San Sombrèro Melbourne: Working Dog Productions
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