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Sandimen Township is a mountain indigenous township in Pingtung County, Taiwan. The population of the township is majority Paiwan with a substantial Rukai minority.NamesEthnic Chinese settlers adapted the original Paiwan name into Hokkien. Under Japanese rule the name was. Following Taiwan's handover to China in 1945, the area became Sandimeng Township but the name was changed again in 1947 to Sandi Township but the Taiwanese pronunciation of Soaⁿ-tē-mn̂g continued to be commonly used. In August 1992, the township assumed its current name.HistoryDuring the Japanese era, Sandimen was grouped with modern-day Majia Township and Wutai Township as, which was governed under of Takao Prefecture. Following the Kuomintang takeover of Taiwan in 1945, Sandimen was assigned to Kaohsiung County and, on 16 August 1950, it became a part of the newly established Pingtung County.GeographyPopulation: 7,784 people (December 2014) Area:Administrative divisionsThe township comprises 10 villages: Anpo, Dalai, Dashe, Dewen, Jingshan, Jingye, Koushe, Mani, Saijia and Sande.
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