Taiwanese History Textbooks?

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Taiwanese History Textbooks?

Postby unklesamwerd » 26 Jun 2012, 22:31

Hi. I've got a friend who's a big history buff and she is trying to learn Mandarin as well. She just loves East Asian history and wants to know where she could find some junior-senior high school history text books in Mandarin as her literacy isn't quite up to adult level yet. Anyone know where to look?
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