Can I say 'A China' instead of 'One China'?
No. They mean different things, and the first one wouldn't make sense.
"One China" could be used to talk about China as a unified whole, to include all the provinces, or maybe to indicate that the speaker sees Taiwan or Hong Kong as part of China, depending on the context.
"A China" would make sense if there were multiple Chinas, and you wanted to refer to one of them.
Metaphorically, "a China" could refer to some other country that is somehow similar to China. In that case, "one China" could not work.
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