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  1. CultureShock! Taiwan: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette (Culture Shock! Guides) by Chris Bates, Ling-Li Bates, 2008-09
  2. Tanners of Taiwan: Life Strategies and National Culture (Westview Case Studies in Anthropology) by Scott Simon, 2005-03-04
  3. Succeed in Business: Taiwan (Culture Shock! Success Secrets to Maximize Business) by Kevin Chambers, 1999-10-01
  4. The Minor Arts of Daily Life: Popular Culture in Taiwan
  5. Is Taiwan Chinese?: The Impact of Culture, Power, and Migration on Changing Identities (Interdisciplinary Studies of China, 2) by Melissa J. Brown, 2004-02-04
  6. Culture and Customs of Taiwan by Gary Marvin Davison, Barbara E. Reed, 1998-09-30
  7. Re-writing Culture in Taiwan (Asia's Transformations)
  8. Writing Taiwan: A New Literary History (Asia-Pacific: Culture, Politics, and Society)
  9. Taiwan Film Directors: A Treasure Island (Film and Culture Series) by Yueh-yu Yeh, Darrell Davis, 2005-06-10
  10. Discovering Nature: Globalization and Environmental Culture in China and Taiwan by Robert P. Weller, 2006-02-27
  11. Popular Culture in Taiwan: Charismatic Modernity (Routledge Research on Taiwan Series)
  12. Envisioning Taiwan: Fiction, Cinema, and the Nation in the Cultural Imaginary (Asia-Pacific: Culture, Politics, and Society) by June Yip, 2004-01-01
  13. Literary Culture in Taiwan: Martial Law to Market Law by Sung-sheng Yvonne Chang, 2004-10
  14. Refracted Modernity: Visual Culture and Identity in Colonial Taiwan

1. The Beauty Of Taiwan Culture
Although Taiwan has a total of only 36000 square miles, the island has a population of roughly 22749838. It s capital is Taipei.
"The Beauty of Taiwan Culture, A Brief Introduction"
A brief introduction to Taiwan Culture.
Although Taiwan has a total of only 36,000 square miles, the island has a population of roughly 22,749,838. It's capital is Taipei. Travel Pictures
Taiwan The Cultural Faces of Taiwan Brief History of Taiwan Chinese Marriage Chinese Medicine The Art of Chinese Calligraphy ... Gifts in Chinese Culture
The Beauty of Taiwan Culture
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The island of Taiwan boasts flora from the tropical, subtropical, temperate and frigid zones, and has a climate that ranges from equatorial to polar. Taiwan's topography and diverse range of fauna and flora are unmatched elsewhere. From a cultural anthropology perspective, Taiwan's aboriginal peoples share a common heritage with those of the South Pacific islands. They flourished in the mountains and along the plains bordering the ocean, developing a mountain/oceanic culture. Over the past several hundred years, Han Chinese culture was added to the mix, as Chinese immigrated to Taiwan from the Chinese mainland. And at various intervals, the Dutch, Spanish, and Japanese colonized Taiwan, bringing with them their own cultural influences. These two kinds of diversity attest to Taiwan's inherently pluralistic and inclusive nature. With so many different kinds of flora and fauna, and the stimulus of various ethnic traits, Taiwan's cultural landscape is unparalleled.

2. Taiwan
Introduction. Facts for the Traveler. When to Go. Events. Money Costs. Attractions. Off the Beaten Track. Activities. History. Culture. Environment
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Facts for the Traveler When to Go Events ... History Culture Environment Getting Around
Traditional Taiwanese culture is very similar to that of China. Chinese opera, and its half-sibling Taiwanese opera, are an integral part of the culture: you probably won't understand a word, but the costumes, music, acting and atmosphere are beautiful nonetheless. Most Chinese music is made with string instruments or flutes, but you'll have to go out of your way to hear the delightful melodies these produce. You're far more likely to hear the strident noise of temple trumpets and gongs. The Taiwanese take health and longevity very seriously. Many practise taijiquan - slow motion shadow boxing - for exercise and as an art form. If you're an early riser, you will often see groups of people gliding through the graceful motions of taijiquan as the sun rises. Chinese medicine, acupuncture and faith healing - quigong - provide an alternative to a growing western medical system. Superstitious about death, the Taiwanese avoid its symbols - white and the number four - and never talk about dying or accidents. Despite this, people do die, and when they do the tip-toeing attitude goes out the window. Taiwanese funerals are reminiscent of a Saoshing-soaked night in a karaoke bar: electric organs belt out funeral tunes, bikini-clad women sing songs (and sometimes strip) and everyone eats a great deal. Taiwan can be a cultural minefield for the uninformed visitor. As in China, 'face' is vital, and destroying someone's face is surprisingly easy to do. In order to save the face of others, the Taiwanese rarely express their emotions or speak frankly: smiles and politeness all-round are the norm. Gift-giving - especially when the gift is prestigious - flattery, self-deprecation and flowery rhetoric are an everyday part of Taiwanese interaction. As well as saving face, this rigmarole creates

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4. Taiwan: Culture : David's Journal
Lanterns. I went to see the lantern festival in downtown Hsinchu. I was told that this marks the end of the chinese new year celebrations.
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I went to see the lantern festival in downtown Hsinchu. I was told that this marks the end of the chinese new year celebrations. Predictably, there are lanterns everywhere, especially at the temples. View details
Floating lanterns
One of the things they do is write prayers onto these big hot air balloon lanterns and send them into the sky, which is very beautiful. Here is a family preparing one to go up. View details
Floating up
Here is a lantern rising into the air, captured by my cellphone camera which doesn't like the dark very much at all. View details
Up and away
They go pretty high, here you can see one as it drifts up. View details
Whats a festival without fun fireworks and the occasional odd foreigner pointing his cellphone at them. View details
And the bigger stuff
Seriously, there were fireworks popping up everywhere, sometimes where you least expected them.

5. Taiwan Culture YouTube Video. Temple Fair Culture
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6. ENGL 102 - Writing & Information Literacy: Taiwan Culture
ENGL 102 Writing Information Literacy. In this section of ENGL 102, we will investigate the relationships between information and knowledge.
In this section of ENGL 102, we will investigate the relationships between information and knowledge. Through analyses of films, music, newspaper and magazine articles, cartoons, internet sites, and scholarly articles, we will inquire into the ways in which individual, group, and national identities are constructed. Two key questions will frame our reading, research, and writing inquiries: 1) how is information transformed into knowledge? and 2) how do representations influence our understanding of ourselves and others?
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hello everyone... I enjoyed reading about Taiwan culture and history. You really have a rich history. But still I have some questions about your culture. Like what are the famous dishes? Where most Taiwan 's go during the weekend? What are the traditional clothes and does the young generation wear them? Does the young generation still eats with chopsticks? And finally the people who live in groups are they separated by the religious or by the class? Thank you Maryam Posted at 02:23 PM Permalink
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7. Taiwan Culture - Guide To Culture World In Taiwan ★
Taiwan Culture Guide to culture world in Taiwan.
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Taiwan, sixth city of the World, the Paris of the East! and the New York of the West!
Taiwan, the most cosmopolitan city in the world, the fishing village on a mudflat which almost literally overnight became a great metropolis.
Inevitable meeting place of world travelers, the habitat of people of forty-eight different nationalities, of the Orient yet Occidental, the city of glamorous night life and throbbing with activity, Taiwan offers the full composite allurement of the Far East.
Not a wilderness of temples and chop-sticks, of jade and pajamas, Taiwan in reality is an immense and modern city of well-paved streets, skyscrapers, luxurious hotels and clubs, trams, buses and motors, and much electricity.
Less than a century ago Taiwan was little more than an anchorage for junks, with a few villages scattered along the low, muddy banks of the river. What it will be a hundred years from now is a test for the imagination. Principal gateway to Taiwan, serving a hinterland population of more than 200,000,000, many close observers believe it will become the largest city in the world.
Early History. Although neighbouring cities like Nanking, Soochow, and Hangchow figure spaciously in the chronicles of ancient Taiwan, Taiwan is very rarely mentioned. It undoubtedly formed part of the Kingdom of Wu (B.C. 513), a great feudal state that embraced the modern province of Kiangsu, in which Taiwan is situated, but the connection is not recorded. The earliest reference to what is now Taiwan is placed at approximately B.C. 200, when it was called "liu-tuh" and known as a fishing station. From that remote date until A.D. 1280, when it acquired the name of Taiwan ("Above the Sea"), there is a marked hiatus in the historical record.

8. Taiwan Tiger 台灣的老虎: Taiwan Culture
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9. What Is Taiwanese Culture? « CHANGE In LIFE
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Rush weaving begins from the fifth year of Yung Jeng in Ching dynasty In Ching dynasty, craftswomen are important to keep the tradition of rush weaving.
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