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However, it is not clear whether some social aspects of leisure confound with social support, which is a known protector against distress and illness. This is particularly so for Taiwanese people. The above mentioned national survey in Taiwan revealed six most popular leisure activities: watching TV/DVDs/videos, listening to music, taking part in physical activities, spending time on the internet/PC, reading books, and getting together with friends, in that order . All these activities involve different degrees of socialization, especially for older people living in community with their families, except perhaps listening to music and reading books.