Taiwan is a modern, free, democratic society whose people are hardworking, fun-loving, and friendly. While eagerly embracing the future, the people of Taiwan hold onto traditional values and ideals centered on the importance of family and education. Traditional forms of writing, architecture, and art are part of everyday life. In Taiwan, the ancient and the modern, the traditional and the new are seamlessly woven together, creating a fascinating, dynamic society like no other in the world.
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Taiwan has implemented a 12-year basic education system since the 2014 school year.
There are 152 universities, colleges and junior colleges in Taiwan.Taiwanese people are usually reserved, very polite, and considerate of others’ feelings before expressing themselves openly.
Taiwan follows the lunar calendar for its festivals, and some of the most celebrated ones include the Chinese New Year, the Moon (Mid-Autumn) Festival, the Qingming Festival (also known as Children’s day), and the Dragon Boat Festival.
The majority of cultural and religious festivals follow the Chinese lunar calendar; the dates on which they are celebrated tend to fluctuate significantly each year.
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It is always exciting and adventurous to study or work in a country other than your own. You not only meet new people, but also learn about different cultures, faiths, and values. It is an experience that not only nurtures you as a learner but also as a human being. It’s not easy to interact and make new friends with people from cultures that are different from your own. No amount of bookish reading can truly explain what it’s like to interact with them. Intuitively, it shapes your life and lasts a lifetime.
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