Many nations and states have tried to build successful technological industries, but failed. Taiwan is an exception. Indeed, it is the third-largest production center for integrated circuits and personal computers. How has Taiwan made it, and how to do business successfully with Taiwan? This book aims to provide answers to those questions and to share the successful experience of Taiwan with World Scientific Publishing Company. If Taiwan could make it, then other nations, by learning from its experiences and patterns of development, can also make it, or even excel Taiwan. The book presents historical and analytical views covering most aspects of Taiwan's development patterns, including innovations of management and technology, production and business infrastructures, capital and human resources, education and government policies, and competitive characteristics of people and cultures.