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One Piece is now the most popular manga and anime in Taiwan. In Taiwan, both manga and anime use the Chinese name 「航海王」 ("sailing king") (old name: 海賊王,"king of pirates").

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One Piece manga is published in Taiwan Junior Magazine(寶島少年)every week. Manga books are published by Dongli publisher(東立出版社)now.

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Taiwanese One Piece Logo

The Taiwanese Version of the One Piece logo

The Taiwanese Dub of One Piece (called "航海王" or "King of Navigation" in English) began to air on TVB in China around 2000. The dub is uncensored and the openings are left in Japanese. A new episode currently airs every week on TTV(台灣電視公司)and is usually very close to the Japanese version (usually 20 or so episodes away from the current Japanese episode). The series has reached the episode 726 in Taiwan. The special crossover episodes 492, 542 and 590 were skipped. All of the movies (except One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase) have been dubbed in Taiwanese as well.

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