Taiwan is an eclectic mix of enterprises and individuals, including governmental officials, farmers, small business owners, and artisans. The working class is one fifth of the population, and the middle class makes up another fifth.
If the population of Taiwan was just 100 people, 84 would be Taiwanese, 14 would be mainland Chinese, and 2 would be indigenous, or Formosan.
Taiwan has been dubbed the "face mask capital of Asia" because the Taiwanese often wear surgical face masks. They wear masks to protect from illness or announce an illness, to protect their skin from the sun, or to filter out pollutants. Even newscasters will wear face masks while they are on the air.
The World Happiness Report ranks Taiwan the 35th happiest country (out of 156) in the world. It ranks considerably higher than Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, and China.
Not only does Taiwan have more 7-Eleven stores per person than any other country in the world, but the 7-Elevens also offer much more than junk food, including dry-cleaning, a place to pay college tuition, and a place to print documents.
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