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According to shoppingpicks, January in Taiwan is generally mild, with temperatures averaging around 16 degrees Celsius during the day and 10 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall is common during this month, with occasional thunderstorms occurring every now and then. February brings slightly warmer temperatures to Taiwan than in January, but it still remains quite chilly during this month as well. The average temperature during the day is 18 degrees Celsius and at night it drops to about 12 degrees Celsius. Rainfall continues to be common throughout February, but there are days with occasional snow showers occurring every now and then. March sees a slight increase in temperatures as well as less rain, with an average temperature of 20 degrees Celsius during the day and 14 degrees Celsius at night. Rainfall also decreases significantly during this month making it feel much warmer than previous months despite lower temperatures. April marks the start of spring season in Taiwan with temperatures rising to around 24 degrees Celsius during the day while dropping to 18 degree Celsius at night on average. Rainfall diminishes significantly making it feel much warmer than previous months despite lower temperatures. The island of Taiwan has a subtropical climate. In summer, June to September, it is hot and stuffy. The temperature is then above 30°C. There is a lot of precipitation in the mountains in the summer. Winters are mild in the low parts of Taiwan. From December to March the mercury is around 20°C. Most precipitation falls in the first 6 months of the year. October to January is the driest time and best for touring. Check businesscarriers for Taiwan Economics and Business.

Taiwan Geography and Population

Taiwan (Geography) Taiwan consists of the main island and many smaller islands, including Penghu Lietao (Pescadors), Mazu and Qimei (Quemoy). The latter two, which are close to mainland China, are heavily fortified and have been the subject of repeated tensions in the area. East of a fault line that runs through the island, lies the… Read More »

Sights of Taiwan

The island of Taiwan, located in East Asia, has been a sovereign state since the end of World War II, now also known as the Republic of China. This also includes the smaller archipelagos of Matsu, Kinmen and Wuciou. Previously, the island of Taiwan was known as Formosa. Where China and Taiwan (Republic of China)… Read More »

Taiwan Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data Even during the global coronavirus pandemic, Taiwan is showing unprecedented economic growth, 5.7% in 2021, and growth of 3.2% is calculated for 2022, or 2.3% for 2023. The growth potential lies mainly in the orientation of the Taiwanese economy towards… Read More »

Taiwan Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Taiwan Documents for obtaining visas to the Republic of China in Taiwan are accepted by the Representation of the Taipei-Moscow Coordinating Commission for Economic and Cultural Cooperation, visas are issued there. The representative office in Moscow is located at: 103050, Tverskaya st. Reception of documents is carried out from… Read More »

History in Taiwan

Until the 17th century Taiwan is only sporadically mentioned in Chinese history. At the beginning of the XVII century. Dutch and Spanish explorers established settlements on the island’s west coast. In 1661, Zheng Chenggong, also known as Koxinga, who fled from mainland China, conquered the island from the Dutch. After 20 years, the island was… Read More »

Taiwan History

Inhabited by groups of Indonesian origin, the island of Taiwan hosted Chinese settlements starting from the 14th century. Reached in 1623 by the Dutch, in 1683 it became part of the Chinese Empire. Annexed in 1895 by Japan, it returned to China in 1945. The nationalist government of Guomindang, defeated by the communist revolution in… Read More »

Taiwan – Republic of China Society

Taiwan, also known as Chinese Taipei and officially the Republic of China. It is an island of about 36,000 km 2, located off the coast of the Chinese province of Fujian, separated from it by the Taiwan Strait. To the north is the East China Sea and to the south the South China Sea, while the eastern coast of the island is washed… Read More »

The Countries of East Asia

The largest country is China, whose landscape is diverse and is criss-crossed by mountains, plateaus, hilly countries and deserts. The mountains include the Altai Mountains, the Daba Mountains, the Helan Mountains and the Taihang Mountains. The most important rivers in China include the 6,400 km long Yangtze River, which is the longest in Asia, the… Read More »