I personally worked with the MoE dictionary, that’s our Ministry of Education dictionary, which would include Taiwanese Holo, Taiwanese Hakka, and also Taiwanese Mandarin, of course. When people from the continental China contributes, a lot of their definitions of the same terms, written the same but means very different things. Like [non-English speech] , which means very warm, very happy in Taiwan but means very unhappy in the PRC. [laughs]

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