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http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35855.htm -This website is the government website of Taiwan. It explains the culture, the people, the history, and almost everything you would need to know about Taiwan on this website.
Taiwan is located in East Asia in the Western Pacific Ocean. Taiwan is mostly covered with mountains in the east, and more flat in the west.

Logan Matzke- http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35855.htm this link talks about taiwans people and goverment and all the aspects
of life in taiwan.

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Taiwan. By- Sydney Johnson.

information on taiwan.

Taiwans is a very high-latitude country, Taiwans climate is a subtropical climate. its usually warm, cold but humid. there is gorgeous mountains and beautiful landscapes within taiwan. also did you know that Taiwan is very rich in marine life? which is an awesome thing! there is also a ton of eco-parks which is also a beautiful place to take a stroll and walk through the beautiful landscape of Taiwans. ^-~*.

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This website describes the news,events and conventions and exhibitions. Is the largest island of the Republic of China. Situated in East Asia in the Western Pacific Ocean and located off the southeastern coast of mainland China.

James Green
Taiwan info- This website describes part of the history in Taiwan. It also informs about things to do and where Taiwan is located.
Taiwan is located in on an island and is only technically part of China. The island has some great shopping centers and is trying to become the next Hong Kong.

Grace Nagbe

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This webiste jus gives you a brief overveiw of Taiwan from the President and population tot the econmy and politic. This website is good for knowin just the minor things that happen within this little island.

Taiwan was inhabited by aborigines of Malayan descent when Chinese from the areas now designated as Fukien and Kwangtung began settling it in the 7th century, becoming the majority. The Portuguese explored the area in 1590, naming it “the Beautiful” (Formosa).