Yeung Koon
Literally "Moon Garden" in Old Chinese. Partially subterranean city located on Earth's moon (Luna). Established by the Confederation of Chinese Territories in 161 AT (2130 c.e.) as a scientific research station (primarily in low-G agrisplice-culture, bionanotech, and hydroponics), it created quite a controversy when the Confederation closed it to all but Chinese citizens. Later it converted to a low-G recreation and rehabilitation facility and the ban lifted. The city survived the nanoswarms thanks to an efficient blue goo defence network. Now mainly a quaint historical locale (especially the Old City, a popular tourist jaunt).
 
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev; original by Kevin Self

Initially published on 15 December 2001.