Taiwan and China are in fact two different nations and although they a similar in some ways, there are a lot of differences between the two.
So in short, politically the difference between Taiwan and China is convoluted and requires very exact definitions. And I'm stopping here before anyone yells at .
Aside from political differences (and even definitions), Mainland China and Taiwan have several differences that even someone passing.
Like the artist of the Germans/Chinese pictographs, the author of these humorous comparison drawings was born in one country (Taiwan) and.
What's most important for visitors to understand is that visiting Taiwan from a legal and visa standpoint is that it is different from mainland China. Laws are.
"Taiwan, China", "Taiwan, Province of China", or "Taiwan Province, China" are a set of (i.e., de-Sinicize), and consider it an oxymoron, i.e. in the view that Taiwan and China are different countries, and that the legitimacy of the ROC's rule of.
China sees Taiwan as a breakaway province that will eventually be part of the country again, but many Taiwanese want a separate nation.
Differences over Taiwan's status fuel tensions between the island and Yet political frictions still shadow the relationship, and China and.