Taiwanese literature refers to the literature written by Taiwanese, which can use any language ever used generally in Taiwan, such as Japanese, Taiwanese, and Taiwanese Mandarin.
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... New Taiwanese Literature, also referred to as Taiwanese New Literature or by the Japanese name Taiwan Shinbungaku, was a literary magazine published briefly during the period of Japanese rule ... journal, Taiwan Bungei, but left after a dispute regarding editorial policy and established New Taiwanese Literature ... from not only local writers, but Japanese writers of the proletarian literature movement such as Hayama Yoshiki, Ishikawa Tatsuzō, and Hirabayashi Taiko as ...
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“No state can build
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