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Slightly bigger than Japan’s Kyushu and Canada’s Vancouver Island, Taiwan (Formosa) is home to over 23 million people and is situated upon crossroads and frontiers.

Located on a blurry division between East and Southeast Asia, the island has been a crucial trade link between various regions since the 17th century. It is an ideal setting for the mixing of diverse languages, cultures and ethnicities.

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1895 German map of Taiwan (Formosa)
1895 map of Taiwan (Formosa) by German cartographers