Taiwan

[ US /ˈtaɪˈwɑn/ ]
NOUN
  1. an island in southeastern Asia 100 miles off the coast of mainland China in the South China Sea
  2. a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong
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How To Use Taiwan In A Sentence

  • Taiwan grabbed two gold medals, two silvers and one bronze at the Athens Olympics.
  • But protecting the right of a people to run no-accounts out of office and to have a real voice in decisions that affect them is dear to US and Taiwanese hearts.
  • The northernmost point of land, the islet of Y’Ami in the Batan Islands, is separated from Taiwan by the Bashi Channel (c. 50 mi/80 km wide). Philippines
  • In recent decades, Taiwan's aboriginals have endured neglect and discrimination.
  • Taiwan formally calls itself the Republic of China.
  • He describes himself sitting in a room with five children, aged ten to twelve, showing them a Taiwanese water dipping bird toy -- the little chotchke that tips back and forth into a well of water as though it's drinking. Susan Stiffelman: Education, Seth Godin, Factory Workers and the Taiwanese Water Bird
  • The countries, which the think tank says should be " censured " by the G-20, include China, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland and Taiwan. The Search for a New Currency System
  • the Taiwanese capital is Taipeh
  • Helan shidai Taiwan gaolingji, hunyin yu xili denglubu 荷蘭時代臺灣告令集, 婚姻與洗禮登錄簿. How Taiwan Became Chinese
  • The View from Taiwan: Orion antisub aircraft to arrive -- 5 years from now Orion antisub aircraft to arrive -- 5 years from now
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