HISTORY. The island of Taiwan was ceded to Japan by China in 1895. It was returned to Chinese Nationalist administration on 25 Oct. 1945. USA broke off diplomatic relations with Taiwan on 1 Jan. 1979 on establishing diplomatic relations with the Beijing Government.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of China. Taipei, annualGoogle Scholar
- The Republic of China Yearbook. Taipei, annualGoogle Scholar
- Taiwan Statistical Data Book. Taipei, annualGoogle Scholar
- Annual Review of Government Administration, Republic of China. Taipei, annualGoogle Scholar
- Arrigo, L. G. et al. The Other Taiwan: 1945 to the Present Day. New York, 1994Google Scholar
- Cooper, J. F., Historical Dictionary of Taiwan. Metuchen (NJ), 1993Google Scholar
- Gälli, A., Taiwan ROC: A Chinese Challenge to the World. London, 1987Google Scholar
- Gold, T. B., State and Society in the Taiwan Miracle. Armonk, 1986Google Scholar
- Lee, S.-Y., Money and Finance in the Economic Development of Taiwan. London, 1990Google Scholar
- Lee, W.-C., Taiwan: [Bibliography]. Oxford and Santa Barbara, 1990Google Scholar
- Liu, A. P. L., Phoenix and the Lame Lion: Modernization in Taiwan and Mainland China, 1950–1980. Stanford, 1987Google Scholar
- Moody, P. R., Political Change in Taiwan: a Study of Ruling Party Adaptability. New York, 1992Google Scholar
- Tsang, S. (ed.) In the Shadow of China: Political Developments in Taiwan since 1949. Farnborough, 1994Google Scholar
- National library: National Central Library, Taipei (established 1986).Google Scholar