Friday, August 19, 2005

Taiwan vs. Vancouver Island

Taiwan vs. Vancouver Island
Taiwan vs. Vancouver Island, originally uploaded by jdgemm.

Thought it would be interesting to compare the two islands (I know I'm a wild and crazy guy...).


Taiwan is larger in terms of area (measured in square kilometers), but Vancouver Island has a larger coastline.

The population of Taiwan is 33 times that of Vancouver Island and has a population density approx. 29 times greater. A way to put the population density number into perspective: when I'm back on Vancouver Island and every time I see a person, think well actually in Taiwan it would be 29. So if there are 10 people in a lineup, don't complain because in Taiwan it would be 290.

Facts below.

Vancouver Island

Population: 700,000 (est. 2005)

Area: 31,284 square kilometers (sq km)

Population density: 22/sq km

Lenght of coastline: 3,440 km


Population: 22,894,384 (approx. 33 times that of Vancouver Island)

Area: 35,980 sq km

Population density; 636/sq km (approx. 29 times that of Vancouver Island)

Length of coastline: 1,566.3 km


Blogger said...

really interesting stuff... i've been to Victoria, BC, but never to taiwan.

still although i've been to Victoria, i feel like i haven't seen all what Vancouver Island has to offer.

i'm eager to go back and see the other sides of Van Isl.

2:10 PM  
Blogger said...

forgot to ask- which do u like more? :)

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Fungyi said...

just about to give an example English sentence for students about Taiwan and Vancouver Island...thx for the information. I live in Taiwan and been to Canada many times, now the feeling of crowds can be different, if compared with India? 1=29=?? ha! Cheers

9:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for posting this article, it was exactly the information I needed. How is your life?

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for your information. Good job. since somebody asks me about the size for both islands.

11:41 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Very informative, thank you!

4:29 PM  

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