Cultural Tours of Taiwan: Where China Meets Japan and Austronesia

Cultural Tours of Taiwan

What makes Taiwan different to China? History and freedom.

While China was struggling to reform its command economy in the 1980s, Taiwan was already enjoying the fruits of market freedoms. China remains a one-party state, yet Taiwan has been a multi-party democracy for more than a quarter-century.

Also, Taiwan spent 50, mostly happy, years under Japan’s control. Japan’s contributions to the island’s development can be seen in every city in the form of magnificent buildings, not to mention menus which feature sushi and seaweed.

Religion has never been suppressed in Taiwan, and the island boasts a fabulously rich spiritual life. Culture is a broad topic and often intangible, but our guides will unlock the some of the mysteries and lead you on a journey both educational and enjoyable.

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