కంఫ్యూజియనిజానికి మద్దతు ఇస్తున్నారు. 2009 గణాంకాలు తైవానులో 14,993 ఆలయాలు ఉన్నాయని తెలియజేస్తున్నాయి. షుమారు 1,500 మందికి ఒక ప్రార్ధనా మందిరం ఉన్నది. వాటిలో 9,202 ప్రార్ధనాలయాలు తాయిజజానికి చెందినవి. 2008 లో తైవానులో 3,262 చర్చిలు ఉన్నట్లు తెలుస్తున్నది.
== విద్య ==
The higher education system was established in Taiwan by Japan during the colonial period. However, after the Republic of China took over Taiwan from Japan in 1945, the system was promptly replaced by the same system as in mainland China which mixed with features of the Chinese and American educational systems.
The educational system includes six years of elementary school, three years of middle school, three years of high school, and four years of university. The system has been successful in that pupils in Taiwan boast some of the highest test scores in the world, especially in mathematics and science; However, it has also been criticized for placing excessive pressure on students and eschewing creativity in favor of rote memorization.
Many Taiwanese students attend cram schools, or bushiban, to improve skills and knowledge on problem solving against exams of subjects like mathematics, nature science, history and many others. Courses are available for most popular subjects. Lessons are organized in lectures, reviews, private tutorial sessions, and recitations.
As of 2003, the literacy rate in Taiwan is 96.1%.
== ఆరోగ్యం ==
The current program was implemented in 1995, and is considered to be a form of social insurance. The government health insurance program maintains compulsory insurance for citizens who are employed, impoverished, unemployed, or victims of natural disasters with fees that correlate to the individual and/or family income; it also maintains protection for non-citizens working in Taiwan. A standardized method of calculation applies to all persons and can optionally be paid by an employer or by individual contributions.