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, 33% of divorced couples have been married for less than 5 years, and 20% of divorced couples have been married for less than 5-9 years.
There are 250,000 high school students of single parent families because of divorce.
The highest divorce rate in Taiwan is 2.90/1,000 in Hualien County; Keelung city has a 2.76/1,000 divorce rate; Penghu county has a 2.76/1,000 divorce rate; Taoyuan City has a 2.67/1,000 divorce rate, Taitung county has a 2.57/1,000 divorce rate; New Taipei City has a 2.50/1,000 divorce rate, Chiayi City has a 2.43/1,000 divorce rate; Kaohsiung city has a 2.38/1,000 divorce rate, Pingtung county has a 2.38/1,000 divorce rate, Miaoli county has a 2.33/1,000 divorce rate. From 1991 to 2000, the average divorce rate in Taiwan was 1.73/1,000. From 2001 to 2010, the average divorce rate was 2.64/1,000. From 2011 to 2017, the average divorce rate was 1.63/1,000. The highest divorce rate in Taiwan reached 2.9/1,000 in 2003 and 2.8/1,000 in 2006.
The average divorce rate among international couples between a Taiwanese citizen and a foreign spouse is 22/1,000.
With such high rates of divorce, why get married in the first place?!
Yeah! It is time for Taiwan to decriminalize polygamy, incest, and adultery, and severely criminalize abortion.
Monogamous “nuclear” families and monogamous “core” families should be redefined and expanded to include distant relatives and in-laws as one polygamous family in which incest, polygamous sexual relationships, multiple partner sexual relationships, multiple adulterous sexual relationships are allowed and entirely legal.