- Good question!. I think and taking a hint to how it happened in Dutch Indonesia and making other assumptions such as being a trade hub with China and Far East and a far stronger colonial policy from Dutch colonial authorities I would say about 1% Europeans, 5%-10% Dutch, 5-10% natives of Formosa, 10% Dutch creoles, 10%-15% Malay and 65% Chinese (chiefly Hakka and Cantonese) --JorgeGG (talk) 20:59, June 11, 2019 (UTC)
It still turns out to be majority Chinese, even after the restricted policies. I was kinda thinking it might become like another New Zealand or Australia.
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