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History of Bonsai Art in Taiwan
In Taiwan, bonsai culture began in the late Qing dynasty. Taiwan's oldest living bonsai is a 240-year-old banyan that resides in Tainan's Kaiyuan Monastery (開元寺). Yet it wasn't until the 1980s that bonsai cultivation in Taiwan reached maturity. Taiwan is an agriculture-oriented country and with its humid sub-tropical weather is good for growing many species of plants as Bonsai. In 1994 the Bonsai Association R.O.C. was formed and is a national bonsai organization that was organized by Taiwan bonsai lovers.
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