Anglia Taiwan has been operating since 2012 and was one of the first Anglia representatives in Asia. The market in Taiwan was very much focused on English certificates which provided approval to study overseas by foreign universities especially in the UK and USA. Anglia in Taiwan offer an appealing alternative to exam preparation courses such as IELTS and TOEIC.
In order to meet the requirements of the local market Anglia Taiwan was instrumental in creating the first anglia.org website, The Teachers Handbook, AcCEPT the academic version of the Proficiency level test and The Step To Books all of which continue to be used by Anglia offices and candidates all around the globe.
Today, Taiwan continues to be a very competitive market and as such we have not yet achieved our goal of establishing Anglia as a viable alternative for the higher-level exams. However, we work in partnership with LiveABC the largest publisher in Taiwan and American Village who specialise in domestic summer camps and have a loyal and committed network of schools and English training centres throughout the island which take reading, listening, writing and speaking tests throughout the year both in their own schools and on open test days particularly at the Younger Learner Levels.
10 Interesting Facts About Taiwan
- It takes roughly eight hours to drive around the whole island.
- Politeness, honour and respect for elders is a major priority in this culture.
- After the Second World War, Taiwan had great economic growth and industrialization. It became known for its economic strength.
- There are about 23 million people who live in Taiwan.
- The twelve rays of sun on the flag represent 12 Chinese hours of the time clock, and the 12 months of the year.
- The capital city of Taiwan is Taipei.
- There are Cat Cafés in Taiwan where people can pay hourly to play with cats and have drinks.
- Rubbish trucks in Taiwan play classical music.
- 90% of the entire population lives on the west coast on a narrow strip of fertile soil.
- The national flower is the blossom of the Chinese plum tree.
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