noun, plural Tai·wan·ese for 2.
Origin of Taiwanese
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The son of Taiwanese immigrants, he grew up in California and earned his PhD in neuroscience at Stanford.Meet the One Numbers-Cruncher Who Foresees Democrats Holding the Senate|Linda Killian|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She also shoots a Taiwanese man on an operating table—his wound is going to be fatal anyway, her health is more important.
In some cases, it is through violence toward wholly innocent members of the Taiwanese population.
In a recent example of unprecedented barbarism, pirates severed the hand of a Taiwanese fishing captain as a negotiation tactic.
There are now so many Taiwanese men with Vietnamese wives that a little Saigon exists outside Taipei.
In the beginning few Taiwanese qualified as teachers because, under Japanese rule, Japanese had been the medium of instruction.
For the generation in school today, the difference between mainlander and Taiwanese has lost its importance.