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Twin towns and sister cities Taipei is twinned with: United States Houston, TX, United States (1961) San Francisco, CA, United States (1970) Guam, United States (1973) Cleveland, OH, United States (1975) Indianapolis, IN, United States (1978) Marshall, TX, United States (1978) Atlanta, GA, United States (1979) Los Angeles, CA, United States (1979) Phoenix, AZ, United States (1979) Oklahoma City, OK, United States (1981) Boston, MA, United States (1996) Dallas, TX, United States (1996) Outside United States Lomé, Togo (1966) Manila, Philippines (1966) Cotonou, Benin (1967) Quezon City, Philippines (1968) Seoul, South Korea (1968) Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (1970) Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (1978) Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia (1982) Johannesburg, South Africa (1982) Pretoria, South Africa (1983) Lilongwe, Malawi (1984) San José, Costa Rica (1984) Versailles, France (1986) Asunción, Paraguay (1987) Panama City, Panama (1989) Managua, Nicaragua (1992) San Salvador, El Salvador (1993) Warsaw, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland (1995) Ulan-Ude, Buryatia, Russia (1996) Dakar, Senegal (1997) Banjul, Gambia (1997) Bissau, Guinea-Bissau (1997) Mbabane, Eswatini (1997) Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (1997) San Nicolás, Nuevo León, Mexico (1997) La Paz, Bolivia (1997) Guatemala City, Guatemala (1998) Monrovia, Liberia (1998) Vilnius, Lithuania (1998) Majuro, Marshall Islands (1999) Riga, Latvia (2001) Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso (2008) Daegu, South Korea (2010) Quito, Ecuador (2015/2016) Castries, St.
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The museum is housed in a building designed for the purpose that takes inspiration from Japanese designs. Most art in the collection is by Taiwanese artists since 1940. Over 3, 000 art works are organized into 13 groups. The National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall near Taipei 101 in Xinyi District is named in honor of a founding father of the Republic of China, Sun Yat-sen.
The landmarks of Liberty Square stand within sight of Taiwan's Presidential Office Building in Taipei's Zhongzheng District. The National Taiwan Museum sits nearby in what is now 228 Peace Memorial Park and has worn its present name since 1999. The museum is Taiwan's oldest, founded on 24 October 1908 by Taiwan's Japanese colonial government (1895-1945) as the Taiwan Governor's Museum. It was launched with a collection of 10, 000 items to celebrate the opening of the island's North-South Railway.  In 1915 a new museum building opened its doors in what is now 228 Peace Memorial Park. This structure and the adjacent governor's office (now Presidential Office Building), served as the two most recognizable public buildings in Taiwan during its period of Japanese rule.
4 km driverless rail system. The Circular line offered free rides beginning in February 2020 for passengers to test the route.  Taipei Railway Station front Rail Beginning in 1983, surface rail lines in the city were moved underground as part of the Taipei Railway Underground Project.  The Taiwan High Speed Rail system opened in 2007. The bullet trains connect Taipei with the west coast cities of New Taipei, Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Taichung, Chiayi, and Tainan before terminating at Zuoying (Kaohsiung) at speeds that cut travel times by 60% or more from what they normally are on a bus or conventional train.
 The Shandao Temple (善導寺) built in 1929 and located in Zhongzheng District, is the largest Buddhist temple in Taipei. Fo Guang Shan has a modern temple known as Fo Guang Shan Taipei Vihara (佛光山臺北道場) in Xinyi District, while Dharma Drum Mountain owns the Degui Academy (德貴學苑), an education center in Zhongzheng District and the Nung Chan Monastery (農禪寺) in Beitou District. Linji Huguo Chan Temple (臨濟護國禪寺) in Zhongshan District was commenced in 1900 and completed in 1911, it is one of the very few Japanese style Buddhist Temples that was well-preserved in Taiwan. Besides large temples, small outdoor shrines to local deities are very common and are commonly found next to roads as well as in parks and neighborhoods.
The main campus, in Taipei's Daan district near MRT Guting Station, is known for its historic architecture. The Shida market area surrounding this campus takes its name from the school's acronym. Sports Due to Taiwan being under American and Japanese influence over the years, the sports of baseball in particular and basketball have become popular in the city. Taipei, like the rest of the country, has featured most prominently in baseball and has often been the venue for the Asian Baseball Championship since the 1960s.
 Originally built in 1956, it was demolished and reconstructed in 2009.  The Taipei Dome, which has the capacity to house 40, 071 seats, is estimated to finish construction by the end of 2021.  Youth baseball In 2010, a Taipei baseball team—Chung-Ching Junior Little League—won the Junior League World Series. The achievement came after winning the Asia-Pacific Region, then defeating the Mexico Region and Latin America Region champions to become the International champion, and finally defeating the U. champion (Southwest Region), Rose Capital East LL (Tyler, Texas), 9–1.  Taiwan's Little League World Series international team has won 17 championships, the most wins in the league.
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 Media As the capital, Taipei City is the headquarters for many television and radio stations in Taiwan and the center of some of the country's largest newspapers. Television Television stations located in Taipei include the CTS Education and Culture, CTS Recreation, CTV MyLife, CTV News Channel, China Television, Chinese Television System, Chung T'ien Television, Dimo TV, Eastern Television, Era Television, FTV News, Follow Me TV, Formosa TV, Gala Television, Public Television Service, SET Metro, SET News, SET Taiwan, Sanlih E-Television, Shuang Xing, TTV Family, TTV Finance, TTV World, TVBS, TVBS-G, TVBS-NEWS, Taiwan Broadcasting System, Videoland Television Network and Taiwan Television. Newspapers Newspapers include Apple Daily, Central Daily News, The China Post, China Times, DigiTimes, Kinmen Daily News, Liberty Times, Mandarin Daily News, Matsu Daily, Min Sheng Bao, Sharp Daily, Taipei Times, Taiwan Daily, Taiwan News, Taiwan Times and United Daily News. International relations Taipei is a member of the Asian Network of Major Cities 21.
The Taipei Arena is located at the site of the former Taipei Municipal Baseball Stadium (demolished in 2000), with a capacity of over 15, 000. It was opened on 1 December 2005 and has since held more art and cultural activities (such as live concerts) than sporting events, which it was originally designed for.  The Chinese Taipei Ice Hockey League (CIHL) plays out of the auxiliary arena. Tianmu Baseball Stadium is the major baseball venue in Taipei. Taipei Municipal Stadium is a multipurpose stadium that hosts football and track and field events, as well as concerts, both live and prerecorded.
Latisha Chan, the successful doubles tennis player, is from Taipei too. Major sporting events Below is a selected list of recent sporting events hosted by the city: 2004 FIFA Futsal World Championship 2006 Women's Baseball World Cup 2007 Baseball World Cup 2009 Asian Judo Championships 2009 Summer Deaflympics 2013 Badminton Asia Championships 2015 WBSC Premier12 2016 IIHF Women's Challenge Cup of Asia Division I 2017 Summer Universiade 2019 Asian Men's Club Volleyball Championship 2022 U-23 Baseball World Cup (co-hosted with Taichung and Yunlin) 2025 Summer World Masters Games (co-host with New Taipei City) Taipei Marathon (annual): The marathon is one of the two World Athletics Label Road Races in Taiwan, being categorized as a Bronze Label Road Race.  The other race is the New Taipei City Wan Jin Shi Marathon, categorized as a Silver Label Road Race.
The university boasts especially strong programs in the humanities and international education. Worldwide it is perhaps best known as home of the Mandarin Training Center, a program that offers Mandarin language training each year to over a thousand students from scores of countries throughout the world.
Taipei - WikipediaTaipei City 臺北市[I]Tai-pak, TaipehCapital city and special municipalityClockwise from top: Taipei 101 in the center of Taipei skyline, Presidential Office, Qixing Mountain, National Palace Museum, Bangka Lungshan Temple, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Ximending FlagLogoEtymology: Wade–Giles: Tʻai²-pei³; lit. 'Taiwan north'Nickname: The City of AzaleasTaipei CityTaipei CityTaipei CityCoordinates: 25°04′N 121°31′E / 25. 067°N 121. 517°ECoordinates: 25°04′N 121°31′E / 25.
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