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Native Taiwanese may refer to descendants of:
- people who migrated to Taiwan prior to the 1945 takeover by the Republic of China from Japanese rule;[dubious ] or
- early Han Chinese migrants to Taiwan to the exclusion of Taiwanese Aborigines.
- Taiwanese aborigines
The first two usages are similar to the Chinese usage of benshengren (Chinese: 本省人; literally: "people of this province") in Taiwan. The third is similar to other English terms like "Native American".
- http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35855.htm More than 18 million, the "native" Taiwanese, are descendants of Chinese who migrated from Fujian and Guangdong Provinces on the mainland, primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries.
- Such as "Commission for Native Taiwanese Affairs" in Taipei City http://www.taiwan-panorama.com/en/show_issue.php?id=199668506108E.TXT&table=2&h1=Ethnicity%20and%20Culture&h2=Taiwanese%20Aborigines
- Liu Shao-hua (29 Aug 2000). "Genes, ethics and Aborigines". Taipei Times. p. 2.
- Tzeng, Shih-jung (2009). From Honto Jin to Bensheng Ren- the Origin and Development of the Taiwanese National Consciousness. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America. ISBN 0761844716.
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