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This chapter talks about the Pacific Ocean, the Puskin Moon Station, Shenjianong Nature Reserve and the Zhongnanhai. The US remained the most powerful country in the world and was no longer obsessed by Russia. Both the US and Russia, on coming to their senses after the nuclear engagement, realized that the greatest threat was not the other, but nuclear winter. The holy banner of patriotic resistance was a better excuse for Russia to invade other countries and take what was needed to survive nuclear winter. Japan was a notable exception to the widespread collapse of states, and profiting from the weakness of Russia invaded the Russian Far East and Siberia. As a nation the Japanese are frugal, patient and disciplined, and have a strong spirit of self-sacrifice and cohesion. Relations between people and with nature concerned people more than materialism.

Keywords: Pacific Ocean; Puskin Moon Station; Shenjianong natural reserve; Taihang; Zhongnanhai



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