Democratic republic in East Asia, with limited recognition
A partially recognised state in East Asia which governs a number of islands claimed by the People's Republic of China, including the island of Taiwan.
A state of East Asia that existed from 1912 to 1949, which historically claimed China proper, Taiwan, the whole of Mongolia (including Outer Mongolia), Tibet and the whole of Manchuria (including Outer Manchuria), with two successor states, the People's Republic of China and Taiwan.
Common name for a country in East Asia. Official name: Republic of China. Its de facto capital is Taipei.