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  • Drag star Nymphia Wind returns home to perform for fans

    Taiwanese drag star Nymphia Wind, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 16, dazzles fans in Taipei and champions democracy and gender equity while celebrating Taiwanese heritage.
    2024/05/28 17:32
  • "Taiwan in Transition" to premiere globally on May 17

    Discover "Taiwan in Transition," a documentary led by President Tsai Ing-wen, exploring Taiwan’s global evolution amid challenges like COVID-19 and key international visits. Premieres May 17.
    2024/05/09 18:05
  • Taiwan remains 1st in Asia, 10th globally in democracy index

    Taiwan secures its position as a beacon of democracy in Asia, ranking 10th globally in the Democracy Index 2023. Despite challenges, Taiwan’s commitment to democratic principles remains steadfast. Get the latest insights from the EIU report.
    2024/03/11 18:28
  • Taiwan’s low frozen egg usage spurs reproduction laws debate

    In Taiwan, an increase in egg freezing among women aged 35 to 39 sparks discussions on amending the Assisted Reproduction Act as lawmakers push for inclusive reproductive rights amid low egg utilization rates and a declining birth rate.
    2023/12/08 17:11
  • Hualien welcomes LGBTQ+ couples to join mass weddings

    Hualien County Magistrate welcomes LGBTQ+ couples to mass wedding ceremonies. Concerns raised about gender-specific terms on registration forms. Civil Affairs Department clarifies no refusal to include any group. LGBTQ+ organizations urge government to respect gender diversity.
    2023/11/22 19:01
  • Taiwan to amend Assisted Reproduction Act

    Taiwan’s Minister of Health and Welfare, Hsueh Jui-yuan, confirms planned amendments to the "Assisted Reproduction Act" will include changes to surrogacy policies, extending coverage to same-sex partners, single women, and surrogate mothers. The draft law will be made public early next year and reviewed by the Executive Yuan by the year’s end. Presidential candidates have called for surrogacy policy consideration, with Ko Wen-je inviting a long-term surrogacy policy advocate for discussion. The amendments are not influenced by Ko’s political platform. The ongoing effort to amend the law has been ongoing for two-and-a-half years, with a preliminary draft of 42 articles finalized and 13 expert meetings held. The revision aims to protect children’s rights while addressing same-sex marriage, single women, and surrogacy issues. Surrogacy services will require professional consultation and legal contracts to outline rights and obligations for both parties.
    2023/11/09 09:50
  • DPP calls Ko’s stance on LGBTQ issues ’inconsistent’

    The spokesperson for Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Lai Ching-te’s campaign, Tai Wei-shan, criticized Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) presidential candidate Ko Wen-je for pandering for votes and inconsistent messaging, particularly regarding his stance on same-sex marriage. Ko’s position on same-sex marriage has reportedly changed four times in the past nine years. In 2014, Ko publicly expressed support for "freedom to love, marriage equality" during his mayoral campaign. However, during a 2019 visit to the U.S., he stated that he voted against same-sex marriage but allowed 125,000 people to march. In 2020, he posted on Facebook that he cast a void vote on the topic of homosexuality. Yet, during a lecture at a Kaohsiung campus, he denied ever saying that he voted against same-sex marriage. Tai urged Ko to stop relying on "shortcut tricks" to win the election and emphasized the importance of politicians possessing a fundamental attitude toward societal values, respecting crucial issues, and demonstrating consistency.
    2023/11/07 18:08
  • Taiwan’s unequal stance on same-sex marriage stirs dispute

    President Tsai Ing-wen’s public address on Facebook praising Taiwan’s LGBTQ+ community and their rights to start families without discrimination sparked a backlash. Critics accused the government of having double standards by not extending the same rights to same-sex couples from China. The Ministry of the Interior expanded same-sex marriage to transnational couples from countries where it is not yet legalized, but couples from China were excluded. The Mainland Affairs Council stated that scheduling opportunities for cross-strait same-sex marriage were hindered by differing legal measures and China’s lack of approval. Despite the government’s promise to fulfill its commitment, LGBTQ+ advocacy groups highlighted the unequal treatment of transnational couples in the expansion of same-sex marriage rights.
    2023/11/06 18:09
  • Lai leads DPP in Pride Parade, stands with LGBTQ+ community

    DPP chairman and presidential candidate Lai Ching-te led his party in the 21st Taiwan Pride Parade, expressing support for marriage equality. Other presidential candidates, including KMT’s Hou Yu-ih, TPP’s Ko Wen-je, and Terry Gou, did not attend. Lai thanked those who have worked for same-sex marriage, noting that Taiwan is the first country in Asia to legalize it. Former Premier Su Tseng-chang celebrated Taiwan’s achievement and urged people to work together for more happiness. Previous attempts to pass marriage equality bills in 2006 and 2013 were unsuccessful, but the bill was finally passed in 2019.
    2023/10/28 17:20
  • Tsai encourages unity and diversity ahead of Pride Parade

    President Tsai Ing-wen expresses hopes for Taiwan’s unity and support for diversity ahead of the 21st Taiwan Pride Parade. She highlights the passing of the same-sex marriage bill as a significant accomplishment and symbol of joint effort. Tsai emphasizes Taiwan’s commitment to respecting individual differences and driving progress in society. She warmly welcomes friends from around the world to participate in the parade, which emphasizes the importance of unity in Taiwan’s diverse society.
    2023/10/28 15:10
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