Closely associated with China is Taiwan, an independent Island and often referred to as "Little Dragon". Taipei is a high-tech capital of Taiwan and is the fastest growing city in Asia. The main language the people speak here is Mandarin Chinese and Taiwan dollar is the monetary unit of this country. The highly specialized industry are backed by an educated, ambitious work-force, thus the country exports electronic equipments including watches, sports equipments, television sets, machinery, and textiles, hence these profits are in turn invested to purchase oil. Taiwan fisherman land 1,290,793 tons of fish annually from the rich waters surrounding the Islands and much of the catch is supplied to the huge markets in Japan. The scenic beauty of Sun Moon Lake also known as Jih-yueh Tan, as the name suggests the lake as two parts that supply a hydroelectric plant that produces four per cent of the country's electric power.