Monthly Archives: April 2018

Taiwan’s divorce rates

Taiwan’s divorce rates From January to March, 2018, 12,916 couples divorced in Taiwan, an increase of 118 couples from the same period in 2017. In March, 5,136 couples divorced, an increase of 1,740 divorces from February’s 3,396 cases. In 2015, … Continue reading

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Curious mental phenomena

Curious mental phenomena Here are two curious cases of memory loss and subsequent mental anomalies that raise two questions: (1)  Does reincarnation implant other people’s memories in a stranger? In Yunlin, a 40-year old woman was in a coma and … Continue reading

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Taiwan’s breast cancer cases “grow”

Taiwan’s breast cancer cases “grow” Taiwan’s latest health data shows that over 12,000 new breast cancer sufferers are found each year, and within several years, the number of new breast cancer sufferers will increase by over 15,000 a year. The … Continue reading

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Despicable diagnosis!

Despicable diagnosis! An utterly despicable chief pediatrician at the Zhejiang Provincial People’s Hospital says that nutritional overdose, environmental hormones and the popularity of the internet are the three major causes of early maturity of young children. In his recent diagnosis, … Continue reading

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What does it take to raise a kid in Taiwan?

What does it take to raise a kid in Taiwan? Taiwan’s yes123 internet job search site published on April 2, 2018, its March 15-27, 2018 survey of 1,236 responses that included 692 married persons of whom 434 have children, and … Continue reading

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It seems Taiwan has many good looking women!

It seems Taiwan has many good looking women! A recent comment says that it seems Taiwan has many good looking women in the general population compared to elsewhere in Asia.  Why does it seem so? Here is the answer. The … Continue reading

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Raising kids in Taiwan

Raising kids in Taiwan Taiwan’s 1111 Manpower Bank surveyed the difficulties encountered by white collar workers in raising their children:  62.0% say educational expenditures for their children are a financial burden; 60.0% say they do not have time to spend … Continue reading

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