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Taiwan, officially the Republic of China, governs the island of Taiwan, which makes up over 99% of its Wikipedia
Government: Republic of China Chinese Name:台湾 (tái wān)
Capital: Taipei Population:23,174,528  (2011)
Area Code: 886  


Bureau of Cultural Affairs Hsinchu City
Cultural Bureau was set up to be the pioneer for promoting local art activities. It actively plans all kinds of art affairs.
Hualien Stone Sculpturing Museum
Hualien Stone Sculpturing Museum is the first Stone Museum in Taiwan.
National Chang Kai Shek Cultural Center
Built in 1987, the National Chiang Kai-Shek Cultural Center at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall is the first national-level cultural venues in Taiwan.
National Museum of History
The National Museum of History situated in the Nanhai Gardens in metropolitan Taipei features historical and cultural exhibits.
National Palace Museum
National Palace Museum provides details of the museum, its works and collections, visiting information, transportation and other general information.