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  1. lildshimmy says:

    “Taiwanese” itself is not an ethnicity but rather a nationality in the universal world. It’s only considered an ethnicity by the United States so that the Taiwanese can be distinguished from “Chinese” to prevent mass confusion, while some certain countries out there in the world strictly have a One-China policy.

    Apparently the majority ethnicity that make up Taiwan are overwhelmingly HAN. That being said, Taiwanese people are also of Han descent, so there needs to be an extra tag labelled as “Han”. Madman, could you please add that “Han” tag?

    • lildshimmy says:

      Tiny mistake. Please ignore this comment because I have a(n almost) duplicate comment that was supposed to be replied to a commenter but replied to this page directly by accident.

  2. liathecrazyflower says:

    Taiwanese must be a interesting country. But mostly HAN, maybe native too :))

    • lildshimmy says:

      “Taiwanese” itself is not an ethnicity but rather a nationality in the universal world. It’s only considered an ethnicity by the United States so that the Taiwanese can be distinguished from “Chinese” to prevent mass confusion, while some certain countries out there in the world strictly have a One-China policy.

      Apparently the majority ethnicity that make up Taiwan are overwhelmingly HAN. That being said, Taiwanese people are also of Han descent, so there needs to be an extra tag labelled as “Han”.

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