TAIPEI (AFP) - Taiwan now has more women than men for the first time in its history, the islands latest census showed Friday, in stark contrast to China where there is a large preponderance of males. For every 100 women, there were 99.6 men in Taiwan in 2010, compared with 104.2 men for every 100 women just a decade ago, said the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics, which conducted the 10-yearly census. The agency attributed the gap to a growing number of foreign women moving to Taiwan after marrying local men as well as more Taiwanese men going abroad to work than women. In China, men currently make up over 51 percent of the population, according to the latest national census results released in April.