The largest body of water in Taiwan is Sun Moon Lake; as well, there are over 150 rivers and large streams rising in the central mountains, with the most significant rivers including the Choshui and Kaoping.
Each voter casts two ballots one for the district and the other for at-large seats. The power to ratify constitutional amendments is now exercised by citizens through referendums. The central government comprises the presidency and five major branches, or yuans.
PremierLin Chuan Lai Ching-te Su Tseng-changVice PresidentChen Chien-jen Lai Ching-te (elect)Preceded byMa Ying-jeou