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Posted Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 at 6:33 pm by in .Edit this post More in

I’ll send you a text skeletal system research paper What Taiwan holds – on the surface, at least – started to become evident from the top of Taipei 101, where I stood, nose to nose with a small cloud, on my first morning in the capital. Named for the number of floors it holds, the skyscraper was the tallest structure on the planet until 2009, when a Dubai mega-project relegated it to second place. More than twice the size of Taipei’s next highest building, 101 provides an eyrie over the metropolis. On the rim of the urban basin, meanwhile, belts of humped woodland hinted at what the rest of the island held in store.

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