Taiwan is one of the few places on earth where ancient religious and cultural practices still thrive in an overwhelmingly modernist landscape. This juxtaposition is expressed most clearly in Taipei, where futuristic marvels like Taipei 101 – still the second-largest building in the world – share the city with thronged, incense-fogged temples. The sharp contrast between old and new is apparent elsewhere too, with the corridor of factories and cities on the west coast offset by the indigenous communities that still form an integral part of day-to-day life.

The mix of different influences that makes up modern Taiwan is also neatly showcased by the island’s cuisine – a lip-smacking blend of Chinese, Japanese and aboriginal fare. Like many aspects of life here though, its full context only becomes really apparent when you look at the island’s history. Japan ruled for five decades, following which – in 1949 – supporters and soldiers of the Chinese Nationalist Party fled here after being defeated by the forces of Chairman Mao in the Chinese Civil War. To this day, Taiwan remains a product of this period – a maverick state still viewed with uneasiness by Beijing.

But history buff or no history buff, there’s much to enjoy here for the casual traveller. In general terms it’s a safe, hospitable destination, free of much of the overwhelming scale that can make China itself daunting for some tourists. That’s not to say Taiwan lacks the potential for independent adventure, of course – far from it – but in many ways it’s a more straightforward travel prospect than the mainland.

台湾是世界上少数几个地方,其中古老的宗教和文化习俗仍然在蓬勃发展的现代绝大多数的景观之一。这个并列表达最清楚在台北,在那里未来的奇迹像台北101 - 仍然是世界第二大建筑 - 分享城市人头攒动,香火灰化的寺庙。新旧之间的鲜明对比是明显的其他地方也设有工厂和城市在西海岸的走廊由土著社区仍然构成的一天到一天的生活的一个组成部分抵消。

中国人,日本人和原住民票价的唇嫌交融 - 不同的影响的组合,构成了现代台湾也整齐地岛上的美食展示。喜欢这里的生活,虽然在许多方面,它的完整的上下文,当你在岛上的历史才成为真正显现出来。日本统治五十年,随后 - 在1949年 - 支持者和中国国民党的士兵逃到这里的中国内战被击败毛主席的力量之后。为了这一天,台湾仍然是这一时期的产物 - 与不安北京一个特立独行的状态依然看。

但历史爱好者或没有历史爱好者,还有很多的享受这里的休闲旅客。总的来说这是一个安全,热情好客的目的地多铺天盖地的规模,免费,可以使中国自身艰巨的部分游客。这并不是说台湾缺乏,当然对于独立冒险的可能性, - 远非如此 - 但在许多方面,它是一个更简单的旅游前景比大陆。

Chinese culture festival is quite unique part, from ancient China to modern Taiwan, people's lives are closely connected.

Taiwan festival is divided into two types: the Lunar calendar country folk festivals and anniversaries. Folk festival is a living environment and cultural practices ancestors evolved in modern life, especially able to show the wisdom of the ancients. Including the old and welcome the New Year, Spring Festival, Lantern Festival, ancestor worship of Tomb Sweeping Day, Dragon Boat Festival evil fitness, Purdue souls of midyear, the Moon and the Mid-Autumn Festival reunion respecting the Chung Yeung Festival.

The national calendar of anniversaries usually is a substantial factor of great significance in the development of the country, including the founding anniversary of the Republic of China, with the world of Women's Day, Children's Day, Remembrance Day commemoration of the 228 Incident, a glorious spirit of Veterans Day, Youth Day, Teacher's Day National Day of respect for teachers, as well as open up a new bureau, Independence Day, Constitution Day, and so on.




Taiwan Food Culture - What do they eat in Taiwan ? Staple foods. Taiwanese cooking is a branch of Chinese cuisine, so meals tend to be based around white rice, while pork is the most commonly eaten meatChickenis common; beef is enjoyed, except by the small portion of the population who for traditional (rather than religious) reasons never consume it.

Taiwan Festivals - Chinese New Year (Lunar New Year) Date: 2018/02/15-02/20. ...Lantern Festival. Date: 2018/03/02. ...Dragon Boat Festival. Date: 2018/06/18. ...Qixi Festival (Chinese Valentine's Day) Date: 2018/08/17. ...The Moon Festival. Date: 2018/09/24. ...Taiwan National Day (Double Tenth Day) Date: 2018/10/10.


Taipei - Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is a modern metropolis with Japanese colonial lanes, busy shopping streets and contemporary buildings. The skyline is crowned by the 509m-tall, bamboo-shaped Taipei 101 skyscraper, with upscale shops at the base and a rapid elevator to an observatory near the top. Taipei is also known for its lively street-food scene and many night markets, including expansive Shilin market.

Kaohsiung- Kaohsiung is a massive port city in southern Taiwan. It's home to many skyscrapers, such as the 248m-tall Tuntex Sky Tower, and is known for its diversity of parks. Its focal point is the Love River, with walking paths and cafes along its banks, and cruise boats navigating its waters. Shopping options range from high-end malls to the Liuhe and Ruifeng night markets.

Taichung - Taichung is an industrial city on the western side of central Taiwan. It’s a gateway for exploring the island’s mountainous interior, including nature areas like Sun Moon Lake, popular for boating and hiking. In the bustling city center are museums, temples and the ornate brick Taichung Station, a legacy of the Japanese colonial period (1895–1945).

Tainan - Tainan, a city on Taiwan’s southwest coast, was the island’s capital from 1683–1887 under the Qing dynasty. Today it’s known for its centuries-old fortresses and temples. One of its most famous sites is Chihkan Tower, an 18th-century Chinese complex with gardens, intricately carved towers and a temple erected on the foundations of Fort Provintia, a Dutch outpost dating to the mid-1600s.

Banqiao - The Banqiao Reservoir Dam is a dam on the River Ru in Zhumadian City, Henan province, China. Its failure in 1975 caused more casualties than any other dam failure in history at an estimated 171,000 deaths and 11 million displaced. 

Hsinchu - Hsinchu is a city in northern Taiwan, southwest of the capital city of Taipei. It’s known for its ornate Hsinchu City God (Cheng Huang) Temple, lined with food stalls. Close by is Yin Hsi East Gate, a 19th-century structure once used as an entrance to the city. Hsinchu Zoo houses hippos, Bengal tigers and Malay bears. Southeast of the center, trails cross the forested Shibajian (18 Peaks) Mountain.

Taoyuan City - Taoyuan City is a special municipality in northwestern Taiwan, neighboring New Taipei City, Hsinchu County, and Yilan County.

Keelung - Keelung City is a port city near Taipei, in northern Taiwan. Surrounded by mountains, it’s known for its sheltered harbor. Near the waterfront, street-food stalls at Miaokou Night Market offer traditional snacks and seafood. Several forts around the area include hilltop Ershawan Fort, with cannons and a Chinese-style gate. Both Gongzi Liao Fort and Dawulun Fort offer views over the harbor and ocean.

Hualien City - Hualien City is on the east coast of Taiwan. The central Pine Garden is a cultural center set inside a former Japanese military office. The Hualien County Stone Sculpture Museum showcases contemporary and traditional stone carvings. Tzu Chi Cultural Park is a tranquil green space, with statues and a meditation hall. On the Pacific Ocean coast, sprawling Nanbin Park features a popular night market.

Taitung City - Taitung City is on the southeast coast of Taiwan. It’s known for Peinan Cultural Park, the site of a number of buried Neolithic slate coffins first excavated in the 1980s. Examples of relics recovered from the site, including pottery and jade stones, are displayed at the National Museum of Prehistory. In the wooded Taitung Forest Park are birds and butterflies, and footpaths wind past several lakes.

Nantou - Nantou County is the second largest county of Taiwan. It is also the only landlocked county in Taiwan. Its name derives from the Hoanya Taiwanese aboriginal word Ramtau. Nantou County is officially administered as a county of Taiwan

Douliu - Douliu City is a county-controlled city and the county seat of Yunlin County, Taiwan. It is also the political and economic center of the county. Douliu City is served by National Highway No. 3.

Yilan - Yilan County is a county in northeastern Taiwan. Yilan is officially administered as a county of the Republic of China.

Puli, Daxi - Dasi District, formerly known as Dasi Township, is a district in eastern Taoyuan City, Taiwan. In March 2012, it was named one of the Top 10 Small Tourist Towns by the Tourism Bureau of Taiwan.

Magong - Magong, formerly romanized as Makung, is a county-controlled city and seat of Penghu, Taiwan.

Jincheng - Jincheng is a prefecture-level city in the southeast of Shanxi province of north China. It is an industrial city in an area where coal mining is an important industry. The entire prefecture has a population of 2.2 million.

Hengchun - Hengchun Township is an urban township located on the southern tip of the Hengchun Peninsula of Pingtung County, Taiwan. It is the southernmost township in Taiwan. Hengchun is also the only urban township in the southern part of Pingtung County.

Zhongxing New Village - Zhongxing New Village is located in Nantou City, Nantou County, Taiwan and is the seat of government of Taiwan Province.

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