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Tai·pei

 (tī′pā′, -bā′)
The capital and largest city of Taiwan, in the northern part of the country. Founded in the 1700s, it was ruled by the Japanese from 1895 to 1945 and later became the headquarters of Chiang Kai-shek and the Chinese Nationalists when they fled mainland China (1949).

Taipei

(ˈtaɪˈpeɪ) or

T'ai-pei

n
(Placename) the capital of Taiwan (the Republic of China), at the N tip of the island: became capital in 1885; industrial centre; two universities. Pop: 2 473 000 (2005 est)

Tai•pei

(ˈtaɪˈpeɪ, -ˈbeɪ)

n.
the capital of Taiwan, in the N part. 2,640,000.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Taipei - the capital of Nationalist ChinaTaipei - the capital of Nationalist China; located in northern Taiwan
Nationalist China, Republic of China, Taiwan, China - a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong
Translations
Тайпей
Tchaj-pej
Taipeh
Tajpeo
TaipeiTaipéi
Taibei
Taipei
טאיפיי
ताइपे
Tajpej
Taípei
Taipei
Taipeium
Taipėjus
Tajpej
Taipé
Tchaj-pej
Тајпеј
Тайбей
Đài Bắc
References in periodicals archive ?
His family members have rejected the theory that he had died in a plane crash in Taihoku, Taiwan on August 18, that year.
Antes de reclutarse se graduo en la Universidad Imperial de Taihoku.
Scarcely did we come across a persona, during the 200 years of the Queen's rule over the Indian sub-continent, who created so much buzz, ignited such myriads of opinions and triggered such a plethora of aACAytheories' on his whereabouts as Bose did -- and still continues to, even seven decades after that reported plane crash in Taihoku, Japan, on August 18, 1945, that supposedly killed him.
Kanaseki Takeo, an anthropological anatomist and professor of medicine at Taihoku Imperial University in the 1930s, collected biometric data of seiban for the purpose of what he called a 'statistical observation' (Kanaseki, 1929, page 520).
The Taihoku Imperial University in Taipei (now the National Taiwan University) is sometimes treated as the place where scholars such as Kinji Shimada established the study of comparative literature in Japan.
The Education Bureau soon moved to Shizangan, a small town about three miles north of Taihoku (present-day Taipei), due to the hostility toward the Japanese around the administration's headquarters at Taihoku.
Zen Koku Chuuto Galdco Yakyuu Daikai no KOshien ni Ukeru Taihoku Kogya no Nain" [Koshien of the National Secondary School Baseball Tournament Receives the Taipei Industrial School Nine], Nichi Nichi Shimpo, August 26, 1925.
Memoirs of the Faculty of Science and Agriculture, Taihoku Imperial University, Formosa, 14: 23-88.
Sonan's collection and were collected from Taihoku in 1918; and therefore they are automatically rejected from the syntypic series.
In early August 1943 Sazawa was the guest of honour at a tea party arranged by the most senior of senior officers and generals who had been moved out of Karenko to a new camp (Moksak, Muksaq) near Taihoku (Taipei).