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||In 1895, military defeat forced China to cede Taiwan to Japan. Taiwan reverted to Chinese control after World War II. Following the Communist victory on the mainland in 1949, 2 million Nationalists fled to Taiwan and established a government using the 1946 constitution drawn up for all of China. Over the next five decades, the ruling authorities gradually democratized and incorporated the native population within the governing structure.
In 2000, Taiwan underwent its first peaceful transfer of power from the Nationalist to the Democratic Progressive Party. Throughout this period, the island prospered and became one of East Asia's economic "Tigers." The dominant political issues continue to be the relationship between Taiwan and China - specifically the question of eventual unification - as well as domestic political and economic reform.
22.7 million (July 2004 est.)
0-14 years: 4.5 million
|Our Ministry:||The work began in 1951 by American missionaries who worked along with and trained local workers. In 1990, the first local director Miss Peggy Lin continued the work when the last Western missionaries left. There is work in
seven areas, with Miss Peggy Lin as national director.
National Director: Miss Peggy Lin
3F, No 93, Dayong St, East Dist,
Taichung City 401,Taiwan (R.O.C)
Tel: (886) 4-2229-5636
CellPhone: (886) 918613558
Fax: (886) 886-4-2229-7326
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