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Taiwan Travel and Tourism

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Taiwan , also known as Formosa Formosa, meaning "beautiful , is an island located in East Asia between the South China Sea and the East China Sea off the southeastern coast of mainland China. Since the end of World War II in 1945, Taiwan has been governed by the Republic of China , which itself is commonly known as "Taiwan" since the 1970's. Separated from the Asian continent by the 180-kilometre-wide Taiwan Strait, the main island of the group is 394 kilometres long and 144 kilometres wide. To its northeast are the main islands of Japan, and the southern end of the Ryukyu Islands of Japan is directly to the east; the Philippines lie to its south. It spans across the Tropic of Cancer and consists of steep mountains, covered by tropical and subtropical vegetation. Other minor islands and islets of the group include the Pescadores, Green Island, and Orchid Island among others; as well as the Diaoyutai Islands which are controlled by Japan since the 1970s and known as the Senkaku-shotō. Since the end of the World War II in 1945, the island group has been under the administration of the Republic of China, which was then the de facto government of all China. The island group is, however, claimed by the People's Republic of China , which was established in 1949 on mainland China, displaced the ROC, and considers itself the successor state to the ROC. Taiwan's rapid economic growth in the decades after World War II has transformed it into an advanced economy as one of the Four Asian Tigers. This economic rise is known as the Taiwan Miracle. It is categorized as an advanced economy by the IMF and high-income economy by the World Bank. Its technology industry plays a key role in the global economy. Taiwanese companies manufacture a large proportion of the world's consumer electronics, although most of them are made in their factories in mainland China.

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Christmas in Taiwan - Taipei
Christmas in Taiwan Christmas in Taiwan is one of the much awaited festivals in Taiwan. Get to know more about Christmas in Taiwan through Taiwan Travel Guide. However, 25 th December is the Constitution Day. On 25th December, in 1947, the Constitution of the Republic of China was signed. 25th December used to a be an official holiday. Presently, 25 th December had stopped to be an official holiday to avoid too many legal holidays. However, people celebrate Christmas in Taiwan unofficially. The Christians and non Christians bear a festive mood on this day. The municipality of Kaohsiung is decorated with lights and Christmas trees. In the various cities in Taiwan people musicians could be seen parading the city streets and singing carol...

New Year in Taiwan - Taipei
New Year in Taiwan Lunar New Year in Taiwan - Lunar New Year is a major festival for ethnic Chinese groups around the world. Around eighty percent of the population of Taiwan consist of Hoklo, a Chinese ethnic group and the remaining comprise Taiwanese. Lunar New Year in Taiwan is celebrated with great fervor . The Taiwan Lunar New year festival starts on 24th day of twelfth lunar month. It is believed that on this day different gods descend down to earth from heaven and report to supreme Taoist deity, Jade Emperor about the household affairs. The New Year celebrations are marked by beautiful rituals. In one of the rituals people burn ritualistic paper money to make the gods happy to provide traveling expenses for the gods. In another r...

Indigenous Art of Taiwan - Taipei
Indigenous Art of Taiwan Eleven rich veins in Taiwan's web of cultures are those of its 11 indigenous groups: the Amis, Atayal, Bunun, Kavalan, Paiwan, Puyuma, Rukai, Saisiyat, Thao, Tsou, and Yami. Arts such as woodcarving, weaving ,wickerwork, and pottery, as well as ceremonial dance and song, have always played central roles in indigenous life, and have strong traditions of individuality, innovation, and creativity. The Paiwan and Rukai peoples of southern Taiwan, for example, are especially known for their woodcarvings of stylized human figures, geometric patterns, and images of the hundred-pacer snake. The Yami of Orchid Island are best known for their sturdy, hand-built boats made without nails or glue; and Atayal women use simple ba...

Tourist Attractions in Taroko Gorge - Taipei
Tourist Attractions in Taroko Gorge There are many popular and must see tourist attractions in Taroko Gorge that you must include in your itinerary to make your trip to Taroko Gorge complete. Here are some of the suggested tourist attractions in Taroko Gorge that are worth exploring. Aboriginal Cultural Village,Taroko Village - This scenic village is located just a stone's throw away from the Sun Moon Lake. It is a must see destination to see with your family. There is an entry charge that must be paid by everyone who wants to visit the Aboriginal Cultural Village, Taroko Village. The natives of the village are very polite and helpful. The village is indeed one of the most sought after spots of sightseeing in Taroko Gorge. If you are lucky enough then ...

Taiwan establishes agency to oversee cross straits tourism - Taipei
Taiwan establishes agency to oversee cross straits tourism A newly established liaison travel and tourism agency, The Taiwan Strait Tourism and Travel Association (TSTA), has been formally established in Taiwan to oversee and handle the opening-up of cross-straits tourism. A joint government and travel sector initiative, TSTA will oversee and handle cross-straits tourism issues faced by travelers in both countries. The Taiwan Affairs Office of China's State Council issued a statement saying it supports the formation of the association and looks forward to its contribution to Taiwan's tourism industry. The Taiwanese government would like mainland Chinese residents to travel to Taiwan as early as possible. The association will from now on assume the role that has been u...