The Taipei Taiwan Temple was constructed with respect for local tradition including a stunning blue tile roof that complements nearby National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.The open house of the Taipei Taiwan Temple attracted over 20,000 visitors including high-ranking government officials, prominent businessmen, and religious leaders of other faiths. Both protesters and adorers descended on the Taipei Taiwan Temple during its public open house.Inward foreign direct investment (FDI) increased by 3.3% during the first eleven months of 2012.
This translates as "Beautiful Island" and although Taiwan is now a bustling modern country, the tea growing areas of the island are prime examples of its natural beauty.
Most of the oolong tea produced in Taiwan is for local consumption.
Situated just east of the National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall on Ai-Kuo (Love of Country) Road, the Taipei Taiwan Temple stands out in its urban setting for its elegance and lofty spires.
Adjoining the temple are other church buildings including a stake center, patron housing facility, and office building.
Further, the KMT government instituted many laws and land reforms that it had never effectively enacted on mainland China.