Taiwan

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focus international

known as the '''Laser''', '''Laser Tierra''', '''Laser Lance''', '''Laser Lynx RS''', '''Laser RS''', and '''Tierra''' were marketed in Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Taiwan, respectively, but were eventually replaced by the Focus (Ford Focus (International)). In Taiwan, the Telstar was locally assembled by Ford Lio Ho, the local Ford joint venture, in left hand drive, and remained in production in Malaysia until the early 2000s. It was also sold in Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Cyprus and the Philippines. __TOC__ production 2000–2007 assembly Genk, Belgium


summer+drawing

and 129 branches in Taiwan. Early life and education Chu's family immigrated from Taiwan to the United States in the 1960s and opened a Chinese restaurant. He grew up in New York and Connecticut and originally planned to become an architect. While taking a summer drawing class at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), a professor suggested that Chu try designing clothes after seeing his drawing skills.


main series

than special municipalities. Formerly governed by the provinces, they have been directly governed by the Executive Yuan ever since the provinces were streamlined. A place with 0.5 million and 1.25 million residents and with political, economical or cultural importance may become a provincial city. * There are three provincial cities in Taiwan: Chiayi, Hsinchu and Keelung. Japanese B-series variant The JIS (Japanese Industrial Standard) defines two main series of paper


cultural performance

Olympics 1996 Atlanta Olympics . The main chorus of it was sung by Difang (Chinese name Kuo Ying-nan) and his wife, Igay (Chinese name Kuo Hsiu-chu), part of a Taiwanese aboriginal cultural performance group. Maison des Cultures du Monde recorded their singing while they were on tour and released a CD, which was subsequently used by Enigma (without mentioning the ethnic origin of the song and the singers). The case was later settled out of court. Ami singing is known for its complex


trademark hit

) url http: music.yule.sohu.com 20041012 n222439519.shtml newspaper Sohu Entertainment date 12 October 2004 accessdate 5 February 2011 format Ogg Besides two Cantonese albums in 1994, Wong released two other albums in Mandarin (Mandarin Chinese) in Taiwan, ''Mystery (Mystery (Faye Wong album))'' (迷) and ''Sky (Sky (Faye Wong album))'' (天空). The runaway hit "I'm Willing" (我願意) in ''Mystery'' became her trademark hit in the Mandarin-speaking communities for years, and has been covered by other singers such as Gigi Leung, Sammi Cheng and Jay Chou. ''Sky'' was seen by fans as a successful amalgam of artistic experimentation and commercialism. When ''Ault'' reached the forward area, Leyte (Leyte (island)) was in American hands; but the Philippines were still the focus of the aircraft carrier's operations, and they were directed to strike targets on Luzon and Formosa (Taiwan) early in January 1945. ''Ault'' sortied on 30 December 1944 with TG 38.2 screening that task group. After the strike on Formosa on 9 January, the destroyer in company with


activities education

. * ''Education through Public Outreach'' – its aim is to promote or deepen the teachings of the Buddha through traditional Buddhist practices such as meditation or recitation of the Buddha's name as well as modern cultural activities. * ''Education through Caring Services'' – its aim is to uplift the level of caring service through education, and realizing the educational goals through caring service. Huimin in ''How Great is the Dharma Drum'' film. Dharma Drum


work+knowledge

article.cfm?articleid 1097 title Burger King CEO John Chidsey on Innovation, Trust, and "The King" work Knowledge@Emory publisher Emory University date 15 November 2007 accessdate 1 March 2008 To assist in its international expansion, Burger King has established several subsidiaries to develop strategic partnerships and alliances to expand into new territories. In Europe, Burger King's subsidiary Burger King Europe GmbH is responsible for the licensing


title sense

feel that sense of belonging." *'''Nat Geo Wild''' - This channel is available in Singapore, Hong Kong, Middle East, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, India and Sri Lanka. *''' National Geographic Channel (Asia) National


low+manufacturing

Chem. 2006, volume 54, pp 4517–4523. and references therein Malachite green was classified a Class II Health Hazard. Due to its low manufacturing cost, malachite green is still used in certain countries with less restrictive laws for non-aquaculture purposes. In 2005, analysts in Hong Kong found traces of malachite green in eels and fish imported from China and Taiwan. In 2006


films based

and remade into movies and TV series. Films based on her books have been made in the Republic of China (Taiwan) since the 1970s, and were very popular during their time. They often featured Brigitte Lin, Lin Feng-jiao, Charlie Chin and or Chin Han, who were then collectively known as the "Two Lins and Two Chins". '''Chiung Yao''' ( ; born 陳喆 on April 20, 1938 in Sichuan, China) is the penname

of a popular romance novelist based in Taiwan. Many of her works have been made and remade into movies and TV series. Films based on her books have been made in the Republic of China (Taiwan) since the 1970s, and were very popular during their time. They often featured Brigitte Lin, Lin Feng-jiao, Charlie Chin and or Chin Han, who were then collectively known as the "Two Lins and Two Chins". '''FVD''', or '''Forward Versatile Disc''', is an offshoot

Taiwan

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'''Taiwan''' ( as well as Penghu, Kinmen, Matsu (Matsu Islands), and other minor islands (List of islands of the Republic of China). Neighboring states include the People's Republic of China (China) to the west, Japan to the east and northeast, and the Philippines to the south. Taipei is the seat of the central government. New Taipei (New Taipei City), encompassing the metropolitan area surrounding Taipei proper, is the most populous city (List of cities in Taiwan).

The island of Taiwan (formerly known as "''Formosa''") was mainly inhabited by Taiwanese aborigines until the Dutch (Dutch Formosa) and Spanish settlement (Spanish Formosa) during the Age of Discovery in the 17th century, when Han Chinese began immigrating to the island. In 1662, the pro-Ming (Southern Ming Dynasty) loyalist Koxinga expelled the Dutch and established the first Han Chinese polity on the island, the Kingdom of Tungning. The Qing Dynasty of China later defeated the kingdom and annexed Taiwan. By the time Taiwan was ceded to Japan (Empire of Japan) in 1895, the majority of Taiwan's inhabitants were Han Chinese either by ancestry or by assimilation (Cultural assimilation). The Republic of China (Republic of China (1912–49)) (ROC) was established in China in 1912. After Japan's surrender in 1945, the ROC assumed its control of Taiwan. Following the Chinese civil war, the Communist Party of China took full control of mainland China and founded the People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1949. The ROC relocated its government to Taiwan, and its jurisdiction became limited to Taiwan and its surrounding islands (Free area of the Republic of China). In 1971, the PRC assumed China's seat at the United Nations (China and the United Nations), which the ROC originally occupied. International recognition (Diplomatic recognition) of the ROC has gradually eroded as most countries switched recognition to the PRC. and the Holy See currently maintain official diplomatic relations with the ROC. It has unofficial ties with most other states via its representative offices (Taipei Representative Office).

Constitutionally, there is dispute over whether the government claims sovereignty over all of "China," in a definition that includes mainland China and Outer Mongolia, http: www.judicial.gov.tw constitutionalcourt p03_01_printpage.asp?expno 328 but the ROC has not made retaking mainland China a political goal since 1992. Cross-Strait relations as well as issues of national identity (Taiwanese identity#Relationship between Taiwanese Identity and Chinese Identity) within the country are important factors in Taiwanese politics and a cause of social and political division among political parties and their respective supporters.

During the latter half of the 20th century, Taiwan experienced rapid economic growth (Taiwan Miracle) and industrialization and is now an advanced industrial economy (Developed country). In the 1980s and early 1990s, Taiwan evolved into a multi-party democracy (List of political parties in the Republic of China) with universal suffrage. Taiwan is one of the Four Asian Tigers and a member of the WTO (World Trade Organization) and APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation). The 19th-largest economy (List of countries by GDP (PPP)) in the world, CIA World Factbook- GDP (PPP)

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