|Ma Ying-jeou, chairman of the KMT and former president of the ROC, has set out democracy, economic development to a level near that of Taiwan, and equitable wealth distribution as the conditions that the PRC must fulfill for reunification to occur||As the Taiwanese economy is largely science and technology based, the labour market demands people who have achieved some form of higher education, particularly related to science and engineering to gain a competitive edge when searching for employment|
|The shops are often poorly ventilated and dimly lit||Polarized politics emerged in Taiwan with the formation of the , led by the KMT, and the , led by the DPP|
The Democratic Progressive Party, the largest Pan-Green party, officially seeks independence, but in practice also supports the status quo because its members and the public would not accept the risk of provoking the PRC.15
|After January 1, 2005, the also changed the long-standing official document writing habit from vertical writing style to horizontal writing style||During Bible study we focused on building a firm foundation of faith|
|Patriarchy in East Asia: A Comparative Sociology of Gender||This introduced the disputed and whether the ROC has sovereignty over Taiwan or only remaining over and|
Until the 1970s the government was regarded by Western critics as undemocratic for upholding , for severely repressing any political opposition, and for controlling media.