Taiwan's Natural Resources and Food
Although Taiwan doesn't have any big deposits of natural resources, it has one that is particularly unique - its foods. The variety of fruits here is astounding, and many of Taiwan'sshuiguo (Chinese for fruit) are highly sought-after by consumers around Asia. Mangoes, pineapples,lychee and more are extremely potent here, some of the juiciest stuff you can find anywhere. The Taiwanese currency is the New Taiwan Dollar. The currency code for money in Taiwan is TWD. The most common abbreviation is NT$. Most commonly, it is called the Taiwan dollar. Taiwanese money is currently being issued by the Central Bank of the Republic of China. In Mandarin Chinese, the currency of Taiwan is called Xin tai bi, which means "new Taiwan currency". In common usage, people refer to Taiwan's money as the "yuan" or "kuai". Green Island: According to many Taiwanese people, the Jhaorih resort on Green Island has the best hot springs in Taiwan!Serious hot spring enthusiasts actually come here from all over the world as saltwater hot springs are very rare. Taiwan has one of the highest population density in the world! The population of Taiwan is estimated at around 23 million people. It is the fifteenth most densely populated country in the world. It is ranked the 50th most populous country in the world. But don't be fooled by the numbers... It gets even worse!
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