Datun northward to Mt. Caigongkeng (菜公坑山). Located on a broad saddle between two mountains, the area also contains the marshy Datun Pond. To the southeast of the city lie the Songshan Hills and the Qingshui Ravine, which form a barrier of lush woods.  Climate Taipei Climate chart (explanation) J F M A S O N D 94 20 14 129 21 15 158 23 16 151 27 19 245 30 355 33 25 214 35 337 34 32 163 28 89 97 Average max. and min. temperatures in °C Precipitation totals in mm Imperial conversion JFMAMJJASOND 3.
Archived from the original on 9 December 2013. Retrieved 4 August 2009. ^ a b c d 鄉鎮市區人口及按都會區統計. Taiwan Ministry of Interior. December 2015. Retrieved 11 December 2016. ^ "Methods and Term Definitions". Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics. Archived from the original on 12 December 2018. Retrieved 4 August 2009. ^ "The World According to GaWC 2020". GaWC - Research Network. Globalization and World Cities. Retrieved 26 August 2020. ^ "Taiwan tech industry faces up to South Korea's Samsung".
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 Both Chen Shui-bian and Ma Ying-Jeou went on to become President of the Republic of China. The incumbent mayor, Ko Wen-je, was elected on 29 November 2014 and took office on 25 December 2014.  Based on the outcomes of previous elections in the past decade, the vote of the overall constituency of Taipei City shows a slight inclination towards the pro-KMT camp (the Pan-Blue Coalition); however, the pro-DPP camp (the Pan-Green Coalition) also has considerable support.  Ketagalan Boulevard, where the Presidential Office Building and other government structures are situated, is often the site of mass gatherings such as inauguration and national holiday parades, receptions for visiting dignitaries, political demonstrations,  and public festivals.  Garbage recycling Taipei City is also famous for its effort in garbage recycling, which has become such a good international precedent that other countries have sent teams to study the recycling system.
On Double Ten Day, patriotic celebrations are held in front of the Presidential Office Building. Other annual festivals include Ancestors Day (Tomb-Sweeping Day), the Dragon Boat Festival, the Zhong Yuan Festival, and the Mid-Autumn Festival (Mooncake Festival).  Qing Shan King Sacrificial Ceremony (青山王祭) is a century-old grand festival that is held annually in Wanhua District. Taipei regularly hosts its share of international events.
台北市 Taibei Táiběi Taibei Taipei ^ Eryk Smith (27 November 2017). "OPINION: Hanyu Pinyin Should Not Be Political, Kaohsiung". The capital will not see its name re-christened "Taibei" anytime soon and that's fine ^ Elana Shohamy, Durk Gorter, ed. (2009). Linguistic Landscape: Expanding the Scenery. Routledge.
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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.  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.
The Seattle Times. April 2013. Archived from the original on 25 August 2017. Retrieved 25 August 2017. ^ Skinner, G. William (1973). Modern Chinese society:an analytical bibliography. Stanford University Press. p. 55. ISBN 0-8047-0753-7. ^ "Taiwan place names". Pīnyīn. info (in Chinese (Taiwan) and English). Retrieved 15 September 2020. 鄉鎮市區別 Hanyu Pinyin (recommended) Hanyu Pinyin (with tones) Tongyong Pinyin old forms...
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The mayor of Taipei City was an appointed position since Taipei's conversion to a centrally administered municipality in 1967 until the first public election was held in 1994.  The position has a four-year term and is elected by direct popular vote. The first elected mayor was Chen Shui-bian of the Democratic Progressive Party. Ma Ying-jeou took office in 1998 for two terms, before handing it over to Hau Lung-pin who won the 2006 mayoral election on 9 December 2006.
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 In the following year, Taipei City expanded again by annexing Shilin, Beitou, Neihu, Nangang, Jingmei, and Muzha. At that time, the city's total area increased fourfold by absorbing several outlying towns and villages and the population increased to 1. 56 million people.  The city's population, which had reached one million in the early 1960s, also expanded rapidly after 1967, exceeding two million by the mid-1970s. Although growth within the city itself gradually slowed thereafter — its population had become relatively stable by the mid-1990s – Taipei remained one of the world's most densely populated urban areas, and the population continued to increase in the region surrounding the city, notably along the corridor between Taipei and Keelung. In 1990 Taipei's 16 districts were consolidated into the current 12 districts.
 By the end of 2009, one in ten people in Taipei was over 65 years of age.  Residents who had obtained a college education or higher accounted for 43. 48% of the population, and the literacy rate stood at 99. 18%.  Like the rest of Taiwan, Taipei is composed of four major ethnic groups: Hoklos, Mainlanders, Hakkas, and aborigines.  Although Hoklos and Mainlanders form the majority of the population of the city, in recent decades many Hakkas have moved into the city.
The name "Taipei" can refer either to the whole metropolitan area or just the city itself. Taipei has been the seat of the ROC central government since 1949 and was the seat of Taiwan Province from 1887 to 1895 and again from 1945 until 1956 when the provincial government moved to Zhongxing New Village in Nantou County, it became the nation's special municipality (then known as Yuan-controlled municipality) on 1 July 1967 from provincial city status.
p. . ISBN 978-0-203-93096-0. However, I do use the commonly rendered "Taipei, " instead of "Taibei" (Táiběi). ^ William Campbell (1915). Sketches from Formosa. p. 82 – via Internet Archive. No sooner had the Governor-General at Tai-pak received telegraphic information of the magnitude of the calamity, than instruction were issued for a large company of surgeons, nurses, and assistants to proceed at once to Ka-gi. ^ "Tai-pak". The Free Dictionary. Archived from the original on 13 September 2015. Retrieved 23 November 2019. Taipei (redirected from Tai-pak) ^ Alice Ballantine Kirjassoff (March 1920). "FORMOSA THE BEAUTIFUL". National Geographic Magazine. Vol. 37, no.
The startup and innovation scene in Taipei is also very vibrant. In 2018 alone, Microsoft announced plans to invest US$34 million to create an artificial intelligence R&D center in Taipei, while Google announced it will hire 300 people and train 5, 000 more in artificial intelligence for machines.  Taipei is Google's biggest engineering site in Asia.  IBM also announced in 2018 that it will develop a cloud research lab and expand its R&D center in Taipei with eyes on artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, and cloud computing. According to the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Development Index, Taipei's entrepreneurial spirit ranks 6th worldwide and 1st in Asia.
A number of Taipei landmarks and cultural institutions date from this period.  Following the surrender of Japan to the Allies during 1945, effective control of Taiwan was handed to the Republic of China (ROC). After facing defeat from Communist forces, the ruling Kuomintang relocated the ROC government to Taiwan and declared Taipei the provisional capital of the ROC in December 1949.