by Max Barry

Latest Forum Topics


Civil Rights Lovefest

Overview Factbook Policies People Government Economy Rank Trend Cards


Filipino and Malayan Official Overview


The Federative Parliamentary States of Pilipinas and Malaya


Motto: Maka-tao,maka-kalikasan,maka-Diyos at maka-bansa.

Population:322 million people
Density: 865 people per square kilometer

Capital: Manila
Largest City: Greater Metropolitan Manila (21 million pop)

Recognized Languages:Filipino, English, Cebuano, Bahasa Malaysia, Korean, Russian, French, German

National Language:None,the government refrains from doing so.

Demonym: Filipino and Malayan

- Prime Minister: Darryl Soliman
- Deputy Prime Minister: Hidalgo Makayabyab
- Speaker of the Parliament: Fatima Ygbuhay
- Chief Justice: Petrov Kuznetsov

Upper House: Grand Parliament
Lower House: House of Datus

Establishment: from France,Spain, June 12, 1896 (official)
from the United States,Britain, July 4,1946 (recognized)

Land Area: 981,089.5 km²
Water Area: km²
Water %:

Highest Point:
Lowest Point: Galatea Depth, Philippines

GDP (nominal): $16,783,017,064.31
GDP (nominal) per capita (yearly): $35,840.87

Human Development Index (NS Version): 87.84

Currency: New Federated Peso (Peso for short)

Time Zone: UTC+8,UTC+11,UTC+12

Drives on the: Right

Calling code: +63

Internet TLD: .pam

Pilipinas and Malaya

The Federative States of Pilipinas and Malaya is commonly called Pilipinas and Malaya, is a Democratic Federal Multi-Party Bicameral Parliamentary System in OTL Philippines, Sabah, Guangdong, HK, Macau, Taiwan and Primorsky Krai. It is bordered on the north by the Siberian Federation (Russian SAR terms),Japan, China and the United Korea (Rest of Territory Terms), on the south by the Brunei and the Kalimantan Republic, by the east by the Pacific Ocean and on the west by Vietnam and Lao Xang. Pilipinas and Malaya covers more than 782 thousand square kilometers and has has an estimated population of 265 million. Pilipinas and Malaya comprises of 8 states. It is also noted to be a thalassocratic nation spanning the Siberian Autonomous Region to the jungly depths of the Eastern Malayan State.

Pilipinas and Malaya is a regional hub and economic powerhouse. The main cities are Shenzhen, Singapore, Manila, Hong Kong, Cebu, Taipei and Kuala Lumpur.

Shenzhen is a center for technology, advancing faster in tech better that the Western counterparts and improving in quality. Singapore is a notable trade hub seen as a bright example of a modern city. Manila is another city with standards skyrocketing and a culture center. Hong Kong and Cebu are both cities where local and international luxury goods can be found, and a diverse mix of scenery is prevalent. Taipei is a breathtaking city with lots of history. Last but not least is Kuala Lumpur, an odd one out that adds to the mix to the boiling pot of diversity.

This page is a work in progress. If you wish to add something , please inform the owner.

Last update: April 30, 2019; 4:38 PM CST


The nation’s name is commonly said to come from “Las Islas Filipinas” as a Spanish explorer named Ruy Lopez de Villalobos. It was then turned into Filipino as “Pilipinas”. Malaya has two reasons ,one is because the British called Malaysia,”Malaya”,so since we have incorporated a part with lots of Malaysians,thus the second word. Another one is because “Malaya” is a Tagalog word for free.

The standard way to refer to a citizen of Pilipinas and Malaya is as a "Filipino and Malayan." But most can be called by their state except for the Chinese SAR,which can be subdivided into Taiwanese, Cantonese and Lotusians (HK and Macau).



Kingdom Period: 4000 BC~1500’s
The Kingdom Period,otherwise known as the Pre-Colonial Period, saw the Philippines divided into lots of states and without a truly nationalist front. Al, Filipino cultures are branches of the Austronesian ethnolinguistic family,which most of the details will be further described in the Culture Section. They traveled a lot to trade. Most areas in the Philippines were under tiny rajahnates, sultanates and barangays. Most coastal and influential areas held trade with Indochina and Canton (Guangdong).

Only little is known from this period asides from the fact that Filipinos were great at metallurgy, navigation, woodmaking and artistry. Notable people from this period include:
Kalipulaku-known to have been the first Filipino hero, killed Magellan
Rajah Soliman-defended Manila from Miguel Lobez de Legazpi
Namwaran-mentioned on the Laguna Copperplate Inscription

A joint expedition force between France and Spain ventured for the Moluccas with Ferdinand Magellan, a slowly rising expeditioneer as its head. They began with 5 boats, 4 were lost on the voyage. They navigated the Atlantic and Pacific, raging storms, endless seas and hardships until they reached Limasawa, a tiny island close to Samar. They held the first ever Catholic mass in the Philippines there.

They ventured next to Cebu, meeting Rajah Humabon, a ruler there. Not much is known about him except for that he made deals with the Spanish and he hated the ruler of Mactan, Kalipulaku. The Spanish traveled to Mactan and fought him on April 1521. Kalipulaku kills Magellan in a fierce battle. The expedition is deemed unsuccessful, leaving with 5 ships in 1519 and returning with 1 only on 1522.

The French and Spanish continue to collaborate until in 1565, another expedition reaches the Philipine Islands under Miguel Lopez de Legazpi. He reaches Cebu and creates a temporary capital until he reaches the famed Maynila, known for as a passing point in the lucrative Brunei-China-Europe trade.

De Legazpi arrives with Martin de Goiti, known for being his right hand. They attack Manila, with 1 rajah opposing them, Rajah Soliman. His defense was valiant yet it did not force the Spanish to bow down. Manila was taken, and gradually the rest of Filipinas was subdued, except for the Moro in the south of the Philippines.

They quickly established the hierarchy of the church and their assigned ones for the colonies, giving importance to those of pure Spanish descent. They brought the culture of Spain to Filipinas, and they quickly absorbed it. Such traditions will be further discussed in the Culture section.

The government was governed by the Viceroy of Mexico indirectly, through those sent by Spain to rule these islands. They were ruled by a gobernador heneral, known to be the supreme and likely only true branch of ruling. They also established banderas, a farming quota established to be paid to the government and the church, polo y servicio, a service all able-bodied men between the ages 16-60 to build infrastructure and encomienda, placing some men in plantations to become farmers to sustain the colonies.

About 2 centuries into the occupation, the Spanish declared their involvement in the Seven Years War and opened up multiple fronts, including one theater in the Pilipinas. The British with a force of about 12,000, took Manila. Some revolutionaries, including Diego and Gabriela Silang, notable commanders in the Filipino front and the Sultans in Mindanao, participated to wipe the Spanish from their lands. People began to see that Britain was a much better influence than Spain and it instituted some revolutionary groups, that initially fought against one another. They saw it as detrimental after a few months, after suffering heavy losses on the Bulacan, Pampanga and Laguna fronts, so they finally fought united, gaining more provinces and inspiring the Bisaya, which were, in the rural areas, mostly deferent to the Spanish, to rise up.

The result was the British coming out victorious and they established Luzon and Visayas as their protectorate. Mindanao was hesitant at first, but they looked to their Malayan brethren, and saw the likely benefits of gaining more technology and knowledge of the world, so they decided to join. The protectorate was crowned as the “British Protectorate of Pilipinas”, with rulers and most local decisions being decided by them.

Sooner, the British united the two protectorates of British Malaya and British Pilipinas under the banner of British Southeast Asia.

The rest will be continued in the Pilipinas and Malaya section.


Malaya was another Austronesian

More to come.


Warning: We do not use Imperial measurements. They are unused since 1946 and will never be used due to its oddity of its units.

The climate varies from state to state,but the nation’s ststes can be classified into three groups: tropical,temparate and arctic. The classifications shall be separated below.

Tropical:Luzon,Visayas,Mindanao,West Malaysia,East Malaysia,Singapore
Temperate: Taiwan,Guangdong,Twin Lotus State
Arctic:Siberian Special Administrative Region

The tropical regions receive a lot of rain every year which amounts to [insert millimeters] and has 2 seasons,Summer and Rain Season (this is due to the absence of a formal term). The flora and fauna in these regions are diverse ranging from coconuts to tigers to tarsiers and even the Rafflesia flower,the smelliest flower in the world.


The Pilipinas, as mentioned above, is a tropical state with 2 seasons. They are known as Tag-araw (Summer) and Tag-Ulan (Rainy Season). A third season known as Taglamig (Cold Season) is recognized by most, and for the purposes of this page, is included.

Tag-araw goes from March-July, with the temperature range easily reaching 29-34 degrees Celsius. It is known to be extremely hot with BTI or Body Temperature Index reaching 32-37 degrees Celsius.

Tag-ulan goes from August-November, with periods interchanging with extreme rain and hot temperatures. This season is dominated by the Habagat (Southwest Monsoon) winds, bringing even more rain to the Philippines. Numerous Intertropical Convergnce Zones (ITCZs), Typhoons and Low Pressure Areas (LPA) are formed during this time. Temperature ranges from 27-32 degrees Celsius and BTI reaching 29-33 degrees Celsius.



The population is in total a number reaching 322 million people, inhabiting the dense urban areas of Singapore to the frosty forests of the Siberian Autonomous Region. It is diverse, as suggested by the Demographics section, yet connected by a sense of nationalism, love for one another and other things. The most common state of living in Pilipinas and Malaya are the lower middle-class, who are able to afford basic commodities and the occsional apartment, phone or car.

The language Filipino is a mix of the 8 main regional languages of the Philippines namely Tagalog,Pangasinan,Kapampangan,Ilokano,Hiligaynon, Cebuano,Waray and Bikolano. The language also has some words from minor languages in the Philippines such as Kankana-ey and Sub-anon. The language is said to be “consistent”, as all similar sounds are under one letter. A notable comparison can be made with English with the letter “C” and Tagalog with the letter “K”.

English: cake, barricade, space, etc.
Tagalog: kandado, kariton, keyk, etc

It is part of the Austronesian language family that also contains Malay, which will be discussed later on.

It also has all the basic forms of parts of speech and most terms are consigned to formal aspects of speech, though a much more informal and colloquial aspect has emerged in recent times.

Pilipinas and Malaya is religiously tolerant and is open to most forms of religion, which includes almost all except those that are extremely subversive and considered threatening to humanity in general. The major religions in Pilipinas and Malaya include Buddhism, Christianity and Islam. Together, they form an interfaith council that communes on local and international topics if concern and recieve occasional orders for the highest orders of the religions and some subsections within the religion.

The demography of Pilipinas and Malaya is mainly composed of Filipinos,Malays,Chinese and Russians.

Largest Cities



Metro area population



Greater Metropolitan Manila

23.5 million people

Federal Territory


Hong Kong

21.6 million people

Twin Lotus State




West Malaysia


Kuala Lumpur


West Malaysia




Federal Territory






















The government is a federal parliamentary republic, which follows the ideals of devolution of certain powers to local goverments. It assigns the development of non-federal and local infrastructural projects to the state government. The central government diverts 30 to 20 percent of the taxes collected on local lands.

Foreign Relations and Military

Foreign Policy
Pilipinas and Malaya’s main focus is on foreign relations. It focuses on a “World First” policy. It remains neutral most of the time, avoiding engagements with other hostile nations. It tends to condemn those with warmongering and unwanton behavior. It also establishes friendly relations with those who are unhostile to Pilipinas and Malaya and develops such relations with whom it sees fit.

It is part of the AGEAN or the Association of the Greater East Asian Nations, an economically and diplomatically-focused alliance and recently exploting into the realm of military projects. It is composed of the State of Japan, Kingdom of Korea, Socialist State of Vietnam, Republic of Siberia, Eternal Dynasty of Qing, Republic of China, Republic of the Khmer, Republic of Lao Xang, Federation of the Majapahit, Bengali States, Union of Kalimantan and Sulawesi, Greater Papua, Collective of Timor, Thai Republic, Republic of Burma, Free Kingdom of Tibet and Tamil Triumvirate. It has diplomatic relations and trade deals with SCO, EU, NATO and the AU.

Pilipinas and Malaya doesn’t immediately denounce any nations it immediately encounters and makes decisions mainly without supporting a political agenda. If it sees the nation as an immediate threat to any allies or itself, the nation will be vetted by a board of officials serving on the Foreign Affairs Ministry, Home Affairs Ministry and a commitee of MPs prearranged by the Home Affairs Ministry. If approved, it passes up,the ladder to the PM and DPM for final approval.

[img] [/img]

Filipino and Malayan soldiers marching in unison in a military base

A Filipino and Malayan tank, VZ Bonifacio[/img]

[align=center][i]A Filipino and Malayan gun, B34 Hagupit, is shown

A navy arrangement off the coast of Zambales for a military exercise



The box below contains most key information about the economy of Pilipinas and Malaya.

Economic Indicators

Fiscal Year:

GDP (nominal):
GDP (nominal) per capita:
Labor Force:
Unemployment: 13%

Inflation Rate: 2.43%

World Economic Forum Rank
This section contains the information obtained from the World Economic Forum. This is the 2018 updated list.

Economic Sectors
The key sectors that contribute to Pilipinas and Malaya’s wealth (in no particular order) are technology, manufacturing, agriculture, retail trade, wholesale trade, good-producing industries, all food industries and animal industry.

The sectors that are commonly discouraged are raw materials in general (with the notable exception of forestry, given there are replacement trees) and coal, petroleum and other related products. Strenous paperwork and legal

The key sectors take up anywhere between 49.287% to 54.739% of the average yearly budget. Pilipinas and Malayan private areas commonly diversify the range of products within the nation.


Pilipinas and Malaya imports extra fruits and wine from temperate countries,


National Holidays
The current list of national holidays/non-working holidays (for the general populace) are listed below. This follows the 2019 calendar. Any national holiday that falls on a weekend is immediately relegated to the next Friday or Monday, to extend the weekend. The national holidays are in bold and the explanations are listed below in italics.:

Note: The general populace DOES NOT include Call Center Service-People, Mall Workers, Fast-Food workers, Retail Workers, Farmers (not necessarily)

January 1-New Year’s Day
[i]> This holiday commemorates the passing of a new year of the Gregorian Calendar. It is celebrated all throughout the nation.

February 5-Chinese New Year
> This holiday is a New Year following the Lunar Calendar, celebrated all around the nation, with large amounts of Chinese immigrants and locals across all 8 states in Pilipinas and Malaya. Huge festivals are held for a 23-day period starting with Chinese New Year.
March 28-Foundation Day
>This holiday is based over the independence of the Protectorate of British Philippines and the Incorporated Territories of Sabah from the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom.
April 17 to 21-Holy Week
>This holiday is part of the Holy Week festivities,which commemorate the last week of Jesus.
April 27-Kalipulaku Day
>This holiday marks the day that the battle of Mactan, the first of many battles to be fought against the colonizers, was achieved.
May 1-Labor Day
>This holiday marks the celebration of the hardwork of the working class, known to be the prime gears of the Filipino and Malayan industry.
May 6 to June 6- Ramadhan *
>This holiday is a holiday celebrated by Muslims where they fast from sunrise until sunset to
July 2-Constitution Day
>This holiday marks the drafting of the first Filipino and Malayan constitution. It is also the only date that constitutions may be passed.
August 10-Federation Day
>This holiday marks the day of the uniting of what was formerly British Malaya with the state of the Philippines. It also marked the birth of the nation Pilipinas and Malaya.
August 23- Revolution Day
>This holiday marks the start of the revolution against the British by the Philippine and Malayan protectorates.

Names can vary according to each person’s state, experiences and beliefs. Each state compiles a list of baby names for the year. Here is the top 10 list for most common baby male and female names in the entirety of Pilipinas and Malaya. The general survey was taken along with the Population Census last June 2016, the next will be done on June of 2020.

Top 10 male names in Pilipinas and Malaya:
2.Wang Yi
6.Lao Xue
9.Xing Ming

Top 10 female names in Pilipinas and Malaya:
5.Xiao Yi
6.Mei Mei
7.Jin Song

Fashion and Dress
Again, most fashion is ascribed to each region, but with the advent of modernism, the dress staple has changed significantly. Religious gear is also a predominant factor in deciding the looks of the people in the area.

Luzon is predominantly Christian, yet there is not much religious influence on the average look asides from an occasional crucifix on the neck. People are prone to a common look with a t-shirt and jeans or shorts on, but it gets more elegant as it heads to the population centers. There are no restrictions on clothing.

Luzon indigenous clothing articles include the bahag,

Visayas is approximately the same with Luzon, Christians are the most predominant and there is also no religious restrictions or styles asides from the occasional crucifix necklace. People are also prone to have a t-shirt and jeans or shorts on, it also gets much more elegant heading to the population centers. There are no restrictions on clothing. Indigenous clothing articles include the bahag,

Mindanao is predominantly Muslim in the south and southwest and Christian in the north and east.

Family Structure
The family commonly has the father as the head, making important decisions usually with the wife’s input. The wife is commonly at home, doing all the

Most people live within apartments and condominium units in Pilipinas and Malaya. It serves to save space and much more convenience

Housing design trends in the population centers of Luzon include revivalism of traditional local homes which is Buddhist-influenced, modern-style, Scandinavian and Zen Japanese.

Automobiles and Commuting

The state of cars in Pilipinas and Malaya are relatively looked down upon, because most Filipinos and Malayans are gravitating towards nature due to tendencies from the past. Those cars that are eco-friendly are commonly bought and seen on the street, but other than that, trains, bikes and buses have taken over.

The train system is relatively advanced and is coming to grips with the standard of the best in the world, Japan. It is currently undergoing a massive overhaul in the major cities and constructing better routes in other areas. The plans include attempts to diversify lines, constructing underground malls in conjunction with major statuon, improving the aesthetic of stations, usially having theirown theme depending on the location and others.

Social Class and Work

There is not much prejudice between each considered class in the socioeconomic hierarchy, though some much more traditional areas will keep castes.


Death and Funerals

Marriage and Divorce

Military Culture

Gun Culture










Outside Views



Most energy is derived from renewable energy. The most common sectors are in the tidal, geothermal, hydroelectric, solar (both variants) and wind. The government is pushing to eliminate itself of

Template by The Free Republic of Ponderosa
Template may be found here.