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  1. Taiwan The land which has people that inhabit it.

  2. Begininging • Taiwan was believed to have been created at the start Taiwan may be here

  3. Hahahah only joking ive got a rael map here Somehwere here

  4. More Taiwan Begining • The first to have lived obviously wernt very good because the people that live there now had their ancestors come from China and Japan, and that is different to them, although it is entirely possible that the ancestors of Japan and China mighta came from Taiwan, although Im pretty sure it is scientifically proven from dead corspes of those countires arnet related to each other because scientists are good like that

  5. Tai-what? • Tawian is sometimes considered part of China, HOWEVER I don’t know how this is as even though it is near China They are in a different place, and it seys there are a separate country! We will ignore that the thing I said in before that Chinese came and lived there, as the portguese came sometime in the 15th century and established places of dwellinsg there and they siad “WE OWN IT” and China never had dibsies. Also Japan apparently ruled it once but they don’t now so there even WORSE

  6. Taiwan sounds like Thailand except for the land part BUT they are like right next too each aother!!!11! • Ok so Taiwan may be a small isand but look how big the numbers are on its stats!! Stats are below for convinence sorry about the porr show but im not cmputer very good lol The island of Taiwan lies some 200 kilometers off the southeastern coast of China, across the Taiwan Strait, and has an area of 35,801 square kilometers (13,823 square miles), with the East China Sea to the north, the Philippine Sea to the east, the Luzon Strait directly to the south and the South China Sea to the southwest. The island is characterised by the contrast between the eastern two-thirds, consisting mostly of rugged mountains running in five ranges from the northern to the southern tip of the island, and the flat to gently rolling plains in the west that are also home to most of Taiwan's population. Taiwan's highest point is the Yu Shan at 3,952 meters.

  7. LANGUAGE! OF TAIWAN • Tawian speak someone else langauge, I think mandarin, which is not very good because it is someones elses and they couldn’t do their own, but makes up for it cuz its tasty,but there was this one time where I tried to eeat one but when I put my thumb into to the skin to peel it some juice squirted in my eye and it was evil so I wont go into this matter further

  8. Places to go cuz their awesome In Taiwan • Usually a good place is a restaurant cuz they full up your belly nicely, but watch out! Don’t eat too much or it will give you stomach ache. EAT IN MODERATOIN • They have zoos and hotels and fast food restaurants, I think. Also, a lotta convenience stores. It says on the thing that Taiwan has the most convience stores per person

  9. TO GET THERE/here • To get to Taiwan you must take the airplane, from here to there. Best departure point is from Sydney, which might/will cost you/anyone else thousand(s) or hundreds sorry I don’t know the price coz the internet isnt working for me now

  10. MORE TAWAIN • Apparently I must say stuff about exports. Well then Taiwan I think its good at exports, except I don’t know, but what I do know is that all the Asian countries surrounding them all invest in each other, which I think is awesome, coz they are all supportive of each other and its cute coz they’re all small and need to rely on each other

  11. Uh-oh noes • Anotehr thing is that agriculture has gone down dramstitically in their economy from 35% in 1952 to 2% now. This is bad. Also anotehr bad is unemployment, which is bad there right now, cuz of some oil crisis (in 1972 I later examine)

  12. CURENCY • Live mid-market rates as of: Monday, December 05, 2005 - 8:49:36 PM EST20.50 AUD Australian Dollar1 AUD = 25.092 TWD = 514.3855 TWD Taiwan Dollar 1 TWD = 1.3319 AUD

  13. Facts and figures and dos and donts • Fact = Taiwan is a center of bird endemism. See Endemic Birds of Taiwan for further information. • Figures = Taiwan's highest point is the Yu Shan at 3,952 meters. • Do = give meyour stuff cuz im gooder than yuo • Don’t = if I told you what not to do, you would do it anyways, so I wont say

  14. THIS IS some thing that may happen in Taiwan but im not sure since I made that up