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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.
Japan: Same-sex Couples Face Resistance to Adoption
Conservative attitudes towards the concept of family and a lack of legal rights for LGBTQ+ members of society make adopting in a child a difficult task in Japan.
‘Blue Bayou’ Achingly Dramatizes Plight of US Transnational Adoptees, but Will it Resonate Today?
Asian American director Justin Chon’s latest film offers an artistic take on a tragic loophole in U.S. immigration law—but how will Biden-era America receive it?
The Struggle for LGBT Adoption Rights: An Interview With Reese Li
Reese Li of Taiwan LGBT Family Rights Advocacy (TLFRA) explains the contours of the struggle for adoption rights for gay couples.
Rianne's Story: Finding Unconditional Love
Rianne, 20, first traveled from the Netherlands to Taiwan to meet her biological family face-to-face in 2016. She had already established Facebook contact for a couple of years, leading to a feeling of genuine kinship.
China’s Illicit Adoption Market Goes Online
Children traded through chat groups and forums could be trafficked, a lawyer warns.