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以下就是台灣的資料 (我只複製一些 因為蠻多的)
Country profile: Taiwan
Taiwan is the island which has for all practical purposes been independent for half a century but which China regards as a renegade province that must be re-united with the mainland.
Legally, most nations - and the UN - acknowledge the position of the Chinese government that Taiwan is a province of China, and as a result Taiwan has formal diplomatic relations with only 25 countries and no seat at the UN.
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China has sanctioned the use of force against Taiwan if it moves toward declaring statehood. It also insists that no state can have formal ties with both mainland China and Taiwan. But despite its diplomatic isolation, Taiwan has become one of Asia's big traders.
The Chinese nationalist government of President Chiang Kai-shek fled to Taiwan ahead of the advance of Communists under Mao Zedong in 1949. The government-in-exile established Taipei as its capital and for decades hoped to reclaim control over the mainland.
The capital's Taipei 101, the tallest building in the world
In the early 1990s Taiwan made the transition from an authoritarian one-party state to a democracy.
Direct presidential elections were introduced and in 2005 the National Assembly - the once-powerful body that approved Nationalist presidential nominees - was disbanded.Source(s): BBC