Avoiding Problems by Avoiding Decisions
rwilliams at jrc-utah.com
Sat May 15 01:58:05 BST 2004
My wife is from Taiwan and, yes they do call themselves Taiwanese. They
have their own language, Taiwanese (original language). Though most speak
Mandarin now. The full name is Taiwan, R.O.C. Mail any letter or package
there (which we have done many times, from USA), and it is to Taiwan, R.O.C.
I guess since New Zealand is an island, they are not a country?
From: Allan Sandfeld Jensen [mailto:kde at carewolf.com]
Sent: Friday, May 14, 2004 4:17 AM
To: kde-core-devel at kde.org
Subject: Re: Avoiding Problems by Avoiding Decisions
On Friday 14 May 2004 07:36, Don Sanders wrote:
> I personally have many Taiwanese friends and it gives me a certain
> sense of pride to see KDE recognizing Taiwan as a country. (In the
> Country/Region and Language control panel).
It is as you say country OR region selector. Taiwan is an island, there is
country refering to itself as Taiwan, but there is a Something Something
Republic of China, that is sometimes refered to by the only island it has
control over, to avoid confusion with another Something Something Republic
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