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c. 1600s, from earlier Tayuan, Tayoan, or other variants, from Siraya tayw (“people”) + an (“place”). Recorded in Dutch as Tayouan (かつ other variants), and in Min Nan as 大員 (Tāi-oân) (かつ other variants). The term initially referred to a sandy peninsula in the area of modern-day Anping District, Tainan, and eventually became the name of the entire island. See also 臺灣／台灣／台湾 (Táiwān).
- Common name for a country in East Asia. Official name: Republic of China. Its de facto capital is Taipei.
- 1961, Asian Journey (VP Johnson's Six-Nation Tour, May, 1961) MP641, United States Information Service, Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, 10:47 from the start:
- 1968, Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, volume 3, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, page 290:
- 2015 July 21, Bill Clinton, Clinton arrives in Taiwan, plus speech, Associated Press, 0:50 from the start:
- I noted that there have been some direct air flights recently so I see continuing negative tensions over political differences and positive economic and personal contacts. I had reminded everyone that I wanted a peaceful resolution to the differences between China and Taiwan agreed to by people on both sides of the Strait....One thing I am sure of - and the progress of Taiwan since I first came here so long ago proves it - the more people have positive things to do, the more they have something good to look forward to when they get up in the morning, the less likely they are to fall into destructive patterns and the more likely they are to lead their communities and their nations, and the world to a better place.
- 2019, “President Tsai meets US Senator Ted Cruz”, in Office of the President Republic of China (Taiwan):
- The senator then remarked that all eyes in the world are focused on Hong Kong, and on the brutal repression that is being visited upon the people of Hong Kong. The stakes being fought for are democracy and freedom, he said, and that is what Taiwan rightfully symbolizes to the world. He firmly reiterated that the American people are proud to be friends of Taiwan, and proud to stand with Taiwan.
- One moment that caught many people’s attention came when the host, Anderson Cooper, asked for Sanders’ view, as a potential commander-in-chief, should China take military action against Taiwan. Sanders responded straightforwardly: “I mean, I think we have got to make it clear to countries around the world that we will not sit by and allow invasions to take place, absolutely.”
- An island between the Taiwan Strait and Philippine Sea, also known as Formosa.
- 1669, An Embassy from the Eaſt-India Company on the United Provinces, to the Grand Tartar Cham Emperor of China, pages 20-21:
- A province of the Republic of China
- 1979 October 7, “Govt succeeds in efforts to narrow income gap”, in Free China Weekly, volume XX, number 39, Taipei, page 1:
- A claimed province of the People's Republic of China
- 2011 [31 January 1979], Jimmy Carter, White House Diary, →ISBN, LCCN 2010015544, OCLC 712116640, page 286:
- I had my final meeting with Deng Xiaoping. We signed agreements concerning consular offices, trade, science and technology, cultural exchange, and so forth. After discussing the political problems I had in normalization, Zbig asked him, "Did you have political opposition in China?" Everybody listened very carefully when Deng said, "Yes, I had serious opposition in one province in China—Taiwan."
- (historical) Synonym of
- Alternative form of
- 1876, Emil Bretschneider, “Chinese Intercourse with the Countries of Central and Western Asia in the Fifteenth Century”, in China Review, volume 4, number 6, page 386:
- 1904, J. J. M. DeGroot, Sectarianism and Religious Persecution in China, volume II, Amsterdam: Johannes Müller, pages 343-344:
- Consternation and despair seized the district, and great numbers of sectaries and their families flocked together for the defence of their hearths and homes. Ch'ai Ta-ki abandoned Chang-hwa, and retired into T'ai-wan 臺灣, the chief city of the island....The rapid success of the insurgents was party owing to the circumstance that the Formosa cities in those days were unwalled, and merely surrounded by fences of living bamboo, no masonry being proof against the earthquakes frequently occurring in the island. T'ai-wan, likewise protected by a bamboo fence, was harried both from the north and the south, but successfully defended by Ch'ai Ta-ki...He called back the population, but with these many insurgents swarmed in, surprised the town again on the 10th of the third month (Apr. 27), and drove Hoh Chwang-yiu back to T'ai-wan.
- 1958, C. K. Leung and Norton Ginsburg, editor, The Pattern of Asia, Edgewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, Inc., page 177:
- 1980, C. K. Leung and Norton Ginsburg, editor, China: Urbanization and National Development, page 267:
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