Taiwan Approves Adoption Rights for Same-Sex Couples
The move came after the Cabinet recognized transnational same-sex couples in which one of the partners is from a country which doesn’t allow same-sex marriage.
Demography Poses No Imminent Threat to China’s Economic Modernization
In the short to medium term, fewer children imply reduced expenditure — an advantage to the economy.
Tired of all the Secret Spots in Taiwan? Come Broaden Your Horizons!
Since the trial operation of the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum began, the daily free admission of 1,000 visitors has increased to 1,750 visitors. The number was even bumped up to 5,000 visitors during spring break...
Taiwan Heading Into Its Super-aged Era
According to projections, Taiwan will become one of the oldest countries in the world in 2060 when the share of the elderly is likely to reach 41.4% of the population.
A Japanese Resident’s Experience of Becoming a Naturalized Taiwanese Citizen
Kenzo Hirohashi, a writer who has been living in Taiwan for three decades, recently became a naturalized citizen. Why did he decide to become a Taiwanese citizen?
Asia’s Coming Demographic Divergence
The growing symbiosis between South Korea and Vietnam is an excellent example of Asia’s demographic interconnectedness, as South Korea continues to locate its lower-cost manufacturing operations in other countries.
Taiwan: Same-Sex Marriage for Transnational Couples Legalized
Beginning in 2024, most Taiwanese and foreign national partners will be able to marry in Taiwan, regardless of the legal status of same-sex marriage in the foreign national’s home country.
Taiwan’s 2022 in Review
From the largest public displays of protest in a generation arising in China to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the most important developments internationally in the past year had a profound influence on Taiwan and the region.