近日，全球最大的數據庫《 NUMBEO 》公布 2020 年「全球犯罪率排名」，全球共133個國家及地區列入評比，台灣位居倒數第二，僅次於卡達，消息曝光立刻引發熱議。
Taiwan is now the second safest country in the world, after Qatar, according to the Crime Index by Country 2020 Mid-Year survey compiled by visitors, who voted on 133 countries/territories globally.
With a score of 84.74 out of 100 for safety, many foreigners have taken to Twitter to voice their support and share their past experience of losing stuff while staying in Taiwan.
由記者William Yang首先推文，推文內寫道，「在台灣如果你的錢或信用卡從口袋掉出來，會有人從後面追上來還給你 ; 如果你的手機掉在路旁，你仍有機會找回，或是數小時過後你會接到警察的電話，通知你來領取手機。」
In a Twitter thread started by journalist William Yang, he wrote that “Taiwan is where people will chase after you if cash or credit card fall out of your pocket or if your cellphone was left by the roadside, you can probably still find it or the police station will call you a few hours or a day later about a lost phone.”
Others immediately flocked to the comment section with one saying that Taiwan is so safe he never has to worry if his bag is open or his phone is on the table while reading in public.
Another quickly chimed in saying that he had once lost his wallet and ID in Taiwan and immediately reported it to the police. To his surprise, a lady arrived at his apartment an hour later to return his wallet, which she had found in the street.
A woman from South Africa also revealed how liberating it feels to be able to move around at any time, anywhere as a woman without fear.
The various incidents shared, led many to praise Taiwan as a “great country” with “wonderful people”, and voiced their desire to head to Taiwan when the pandemic ends.