People from varied religion, racial groups and clans reside in Taiwan Society. The native Taiwanese form a significant part of it, exerting immense influence on the culture and lifestyle of other residents. Reflections of aboriginal impact are well displayed on the art, literature, culture and ways of living of the overall countrymen.
Other than the indigenous population residing in Taiwan Society, mention must also be made about other people who play considerable role in the social structure. These people comprising the aboriginal Hakka, Mandarins, Malays, Taiwanese, Han Chinese and Polynesians, with their diverse thoughts, feelings and culture affected the national life extensively.
The excellent inland transportation network helped both imperial and Republican rulers to attain easy access to remote nooks and corners of Taiwan. Added to the excellent rail-road-watery communications, is the super fast air communication in recent times, which leads to huge savings of the traveling time on the part of the politicians. All these together, contribute to the gradual development of Taiwan Society in different ages.
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