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The island of Taiwan which is 100 miles away from China is key for us to create this podcast and for you to listen to it. In case you are wondering, the host of this podcast does not live there. But our recording equipments, our editing tools and the device on which you are now listening to this podcast – are most likely made with one important part called the semi-conductor chip. Taiwan is the single largest manufacturer of these chips. If Taiwanese decide to take off and go on a long holiday, people around the world would be left staring at their Amazon orders showing a delivery date of 6 months from now.

In this episode, 15-year old Suyanshi from GD Goenka School, Lucknow explains how Taiwan became so important for our lives. She describes the history of the settlers in Taiwan and why China thinks it is simply a breakaway province. She also walks us through why Taiwanese engineers moved back to their island to build one of the most powerful industries in the world.

If you are a child (aged 6-17) and would like to feature on this show, follow us on Instagram to find out about how you can be a part of this show. Write to us with your thoughts or comments at hello@wsnt.in.

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