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Taiwanese rock

Rock music in Taiwan grew up separately from its counterpart in mainland China, and although there has naturally been some cross-fertilisation, and Taiwanese rock acts such as Wu Bai and Mayday have performed frequently in the mainland (though due to visa difficulties visits to Taiwan by mainland acts have been less frequent) the Taiwanese rock scene is quite distinct in character from that of mainland China.

The Taiwanese rock scene is nurtured by regular festivals, notably the annual Spring Scream, Ho-Hai-Yan and Formoz festivals.

Major Taiwanese rock acts include:

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