Taiwan ranks 1st on women’s digital access and two other indicators in the Inclusive Internet Index.

City at night, Taiwan

In the rankings published by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), Taiwan earned the top spot in terms of “female access to the internet, average fixed broadband latency and average mobile latency” and placed 16th overall out of 75 countries.

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Two Taiwanese cities rank among the world’s hundred best cities for international students.

In the Best Student Cities index published by QS in 2017, Taipei is deemed to be the 21st in the world, followed by Hsinchu in 75th place, “based on university rankings, student mix, employer activity, desirability, affordability, and student views.”

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Taiwan’s Gaomei Wetlands rank first in a Japanese survey on must-see destinations around the world.

Gaomei Wetlands

In an online survey conducted by a travel agency in Japan, the Gaomei Wetland Preservation Area in Qingshui District, Taichung, made the top of the list and was described as “a tidal flat where visitors can catch the sea breeze and watch the beautiful sunset against a backdrop of windmills.”

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