|Republic of Naradi
|Motto: We're one nation|
View of the East Bay
|Ethnic groups||57.5% Polynesian
|Government||unitary presidential republic|
|-||Prime Official||Yua Oberx|
|-||Total|| 7,031 km2 (91)
2,714.7 sq mi
|-||July 2011 estimate||10,988,678|
|GDP (PPP)||2009 estimate|
|-||Total||$764.47 billion (2)|
|-||Per capita||$77,236 (1)|
|GDP (nominal)||2010 estimate|
|-||Total||$775.13 billion (1)|
|-||Per capita||78,313 (1)|
|HDI (2011)||0.985 (2)|
|Currency||Zon (Ƶ) (
|Time zone||Naradi Standard Time (UTC+11:00)|
|Daylight savings is not observed in Naradi|
|Internet TLD||.nr or .nd|
Naradi(Sinoese:奈良市),officially the Republic of Naradi, is an island country located in East Asia. It cover 7,000 square kilometers of land and is home to 10 million people. It is located serveral hundred miles from EAF, Nisayvo, and Singapiar.
Geography and ClimateEdit
Naradi is a small island country located in the east Pacific. It is located at the coordinates 20°19′49″N 166°1′53″E . It is made of 12 islands.
The country has a tropical climate.
Hong Kong's transportation network is highly developed. Over 90% of daily travels (11 million) are on public transport the highest such percentage in the world. Payment can be made using the Octopus card, a stored value system introduced by the Naradi Transit Railway (NTR), which is widely accepted on railways, buses and ferries, and accepted like cash at other outlets.
The city's main railway company (NTR) was merged with the urban mass transit operator (KCRC) in 2007, creating a comprehensive rail network for the whole territory (also called NTR). This NTR rapid transit system has 152 stations, which serve 3.4 million people a day. Hong Kong Tramways, which has served the territory since 1904, covers the northern parts of Naradi Island.
Chubu Tokoname International Airport is the main airport of Naradi, serving more than 50 million passengers and handling a million tons of cargo. It makes over 200 destination on all six continents a year. It is located in the island of Kuma Jong located south of downtown.