Palau patent application

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Release time:2016-05-31

PalauOverview

Palau, the full name of the Republic of Palau (Palauan: Beluu er a Belau), is an island country in the western Pacific Ocean. Independence from United States trusteeship on October 1, 1994. The pillar industries are fishing and tourism. The main religious beliefs are Christianity and ancient Modekngei sects. 70% of the population is indigenous and the rest is mainly Filipino.

Palau's tourism market is tending to attract more tourists from East Asia and hopes that foreign investment will build more complete infrastructure.

 

Foreign Policy

We are committed to developing friendly relations with all countries, especially strengthening cooperative relations with Asia-Pacific neighbors. Pa is currently a member of the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, ESCAP, the South Pacific Forum, the Pacific Community and the World Health Organization. To date, Palau has diplomatic relations with 25 countries.

 

Location Domain

Palau has a land area of 493 square kilometers and a tropical climate. Located in the western Pacific Ocean, it belongs to the Garoline Islands and is one of the portals of the Pacific into Southeast Asia. It is composed of more than 200 volcanic islands and coral islands, which are distributed on the sea surface 640 kilometers long from north to south, of which only 8 islands have permanent residents. Palau consists of a Great Barrier Reef and numerous small islands and smaller barrier reefs. The main island itself is actually composed of several small barrier reefs, the larger ones are Angar, Babeldaob (Babelthuap), Koror and Peleliu. There are 2/3 people in the country living in the capital Koro. North of the main island group are Ngeruangel and Kayangel. West of the main island is Rock Islands, uninhabited. The Southwest Islands, about 600 kilometers from the main island group, are also part of Palau.

 

Natural Resources

In Palau, tropical rainforests cover most of the islands, with ebony, banyan, bread trees, coconut trees, pandanus and other tropical plants, these tropical rainforests form a sea of green trees. Palau also has wild mangroves and savannah ecology to visit.

Palau's underwater life is spectacular and diverse, including more than 1500 species of diverse fish, 700 species of corals and anemones. Other sights to see include giant clams, turtles and bats.

The Rock Islands of Palau are one of the most pure marine ecosystems in the Pacific Ocean, the last pure land free from industrial pollution. Whether it is a sunny day or a warm and pleasant night, you can walk on the snow-white and delicate beach and feel the clearest and most transparent water in the world. The sea here has a strange blue-green color, so pure and weird, people can't believe it, dare not touch it, I'm afraid to break the dream in front of them with a hand. In Palau, you will learn again what is the sea, what is the ground, what is light and what is heat. Hot air, cool water, here, forget yourself, forget the outside world is not a difficult thing. God seems to have created Palau to show what a wonderful world he could create.