When it comes to mobile and digital literacy, Taiwan is the little island that could. With a population of 23 million, the Republic of China houses more people than the continent of Australia; by 2002, the offering of one mobile service per citizen had been reached, a major milestone in telecomm. By 2008, 70% of all homes in Taiwan had Internet connections, and 80% of all homes owned PCs. And as of this year, the island’s Internet economy accounted for 5.4% of overall GDP.
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