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Combined Classes Taiwan. ESL 156 Presenter : Theo Instructor : Prof. Lyra Riabov. Where Is Taiwan. Introduction. Republic Of China(TAIWAN) Area : 36,000 square kilometers Population : 23 million

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Combined classes taiwan

Combined Classes Taiwan

ESL 156

Presenter : Theo

Instructor : Prof. LyraRiabov


Where is taiwan

Where Is Taiwan


Introduction

Introduction

Republic Of China(TAIWAN)

Area: 36,000 square kilometersPopulation: 23 million

Language : Mandarin / Taiwanese / Hakka / Indigenous LanguagesReligion : Buddhism / Taoism / Christianity / IslamPresident : Ma Ying-jeou


Tastes of taiwan

Tastes Of Taiwan

  • The Snack is related to daily life in Taiwan. Plenty of snack foods available on the island opens a window to local culture.


Taipei 101

Taipei 101

  • Taipei 101 used to be the highest building of the world.

  • Taipei 101 has business offices and industrial shopping mall and all kinds of entertainment


Glove puppetry

Glove Puppetry

Glove puppetry is one of the most important traditional performing arts in Taiwan .

Movie


There are aborigines in taiwan

There are Aborigines In Taiwan

  • Nine tribes

  • Unique culture

  • Eastern Taiwan


What is the best time to visit

What is the best time to Visit

  • It depends on the individual visitor, but Taiwan is a pleasant place to visit in almost all seasons .


Reference

Reference

  • http://taiwan.net.tw/w1.aspx

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