Taiwan History with China, Religion, President & More...

The nationalist government of the Republic of China (ROC), led by the Kuomintang (KMT), took control of Taiwan in 1945

when hostilities in World War II came to a conclusion, but there was no transfer of territorial sovereignty. 

The ROC government led by the KMT evacuated to Taiwan in 1949

After losing control of mainland China in the Chinese Civil War, and Chiang Kai-shek imposed martial law.

For forty years, the KMT ruled Taiwan as a one-party state (together with the Kinmen, Wuqiu, and Matsu Islands on the other side of the Taiwan Strait),...

but democratic reforms in the 1980s eventually led to the first direct presidential election in 1996.

Taiwan President: Tsai Ing-wen Taiwan Religion: 35% population considers itself Buddhist and 33% Taoist And Remain Others.

Major Fact About Taiwan: It was the first Asian country to make gay marriage legal in 2019

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