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The Mystical City Taipei

Taipei, Chinese (Wade-Giles romanization) T’ai-pei, Pinyin Taibei, special (province-level) municipality (chih-hsia shih, or zhizia shi) and seat of government of Taiwan (Republic of China). It is situated on the Tan-shui (Danshui, or Tamsui) River, almost at the northern tip of the island of Taiwan, about 15 miles (25 km) southwest of Chi-lung (Jilong, or Keelung), which is its port on the Pacific Ocean. Taipei is completely surrounded by New Taipei City, which was created out of the former T’ai-pei (Taipei) county in 2010 and is an administratively separate entity.Taipei lies in the relatively narrow bowl-shaped valley of the Tan-shui and two of its main tributaries, the Chi-lung (Jilong) and Hsin-tien (Xindian) rivers. The generally low-lying terrain of the central areas on the western side of the municipality slopes upward to the south and east and especially to the north, where it reaches 3,675 feet (1,120 metres) at Mount Ch’i-hsing (Qixing). The climate is humid subtropical, with hot, muggy, rainy summers and cool, damp winters. Although it is no longer Taiwan’s most populous city—having been surpassed in the 21st century by other municipalities—it remains the political, economic, and cultural centre of the island. Area 105 square miles (272 square km). Pop. (2015 est.) 2,704,810.

Taipei was founded in the early 18th century by Chinese immigrants from Fujian province on the mainland. In the 19th century it became an important centre for overseas trade via its ports of Chi-lung and Tan-shui (Danshui). Taipei was made an administrative entity of the Chinese government in 1875, and, when Taiwan was proclaimed a province of China in 1886, the city was made the provincial capital. The Japanese acquired Taiwan in 1895 as part of the peace agreement after the first Sino-Japanese War and retained Taipei as the capital. During that time the city acquired the characteristics of an administrative centre, including many new public buildings and housing for civil servants.

Beginning in the 1960s many older low wooden buildings in Taipei began to be replaced with high-rise apartment houses and office buildings. Because of the population influx and the priority given to office and industrial construction, an acute shortage of housing developed in the city. The government has taken steps since the late 1960s to build affordable public housing, but overall real-estate costs have remained high. Much new construction occurred in the city centre, particularly in the area of the Presidential Building and the Nationalist Party headquarters, and broad boulevards now radiate from there to all parts of the city. Among the more-notable commercial projects was the Taipei 101 (Taipei Financial Center) building, which, at a height of 1,667 feet (508 metres), was the world’s tallest building from 2003 until it was surpassed in 2007 by the Burj Khalifa building in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Railways and roads connect Taipei with all parts of the island. Within the city, the first line of a rapid transit system was opened in 1996 and was subsequently expanded to five lines. Taiwan’s principal international airport, located about 25 miles (40 km) west of central Taipei in Tao-yüan, is the island’s major point of entry for overseas travelers; another airport, east of the city centre, handles domestic air traffic. Taipei has benefited from the government’s efforts to improve Taiwan’s telecommunications infrastructure.

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