Ever since the end of China's civil war in 1949, Taiwan has embarked on its own distinct, divergent path of development. In light of its remarkable achievements and inherent difficulties, therefore, Taiwan should not be considered a renegade province of China, but a society with a democratically-elected government that has taken a route different from the rest of China in developing its own cultural norms and values. This book examines the issues of democratic transition, political imprisonment and the political economy in Taiwan.lect U.S.$100 million from Taiwana#39;s enterprises to form the Malaysian Investment Fund, which is to be used to invest in Malaysiaa#39;s stock market.5 This Fund is aimed to restore confidence in Malaysiaa#39;s stock market and to save some nearlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Taiwan in Perspective|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2000|