Taiwan

Taiwan

15/09/2019 Commenti disabilitati su Taiwan By webmaster

Case: Chao Chou (CIN); Tainan (CIN); Taipei (CIN)

Centri, personale e destinatari distinti per settore nella nazionea

 

Centri

SDB impegnati a tempo pieno

SDB impegnati a tempo parziale

Animatori

Membri della famiglia sales.

Laici non della famiglia sales.

Altri religiosi/e non-SDB

Destinatari totali

$

EM

8

2

5

60

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12

12

Totale

8

2

5

60

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12

12

FO: Formazione Salesiana; OC: Oratorio e Centro giovanile; SC: Scuola; IU: IUS (Istituzioni Universitarie Salesiane); FP: Formazione Professionale; CP: Convitti e Pensionati; OV: Orientamento vocazionale; PM: Parrocchie, missioni e chiese o santuari; EM: Assistenza a giovani emarginati; CS: Comunicazione Sociale; SI: Sevizi speciali ispettoriali; FS: Famiglia Salesiana (cooperatori, exallievi, ADMA)

a. Nazione = Taiwan

Population: 23,545,963 (July 2018 est.) country comparison to the world: 55 Nationality: noun: Taiwan (singular and plural) adjective: Taiwan (or Taiwanese) note: example—he or she is from Taiwan; they are from Taiwan Ethnic groups: more than 95% Han Chinese (including Hoklo, who compose approximately 70% of Taiwan’s population, Hakka, and other groups originating in mainland China), 2.3% indigenous Malayo-Polynesian peoples note 1: there are 16 officially recognized indigenous groups: Amis, Atayal, Bunun, Hla’alua, Kanakaravu, Kavalan, Paiwan, Puyuma, Rukai, Saisiyat, Sakizaya, Seediq, Thao, Truku, Tsou, and Yami; Amis, Paiwan, and Atayal are the largest and account for roughly 70% of the indigenous population note 2: although not definitive, the majority of current genetic, archeological, and linguistic data support the theory that Taiwan is the ultimate source for the spread of humans across the Pacific to Polynesia; the expansion (ca. 3000 B.C. to A.D. 1200) took place via the Philippines and eastern Indonesia and reached Fiji and Tonga by about 900 B.C.; from there voyagers spread across all of the rest of the Pacific islands over the next two millennia Languages: Mandarin Chinese (official), Taiwanese (Min Nan), Hakka dialects Religions: Buddhist 35.3%, Taoist 33.2%, Christian 3.9%, folk (includes Confucian) approximately 10%, none or unspecified 18.2% (2005 est.) (The CIA World Factbook 2019-2020. Skyhorse. Edizione del Kindle).