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Two newlywed men walk on a giant rainbow flag at a pro same-sex marriage party after registering their marriage in Taipei, Taiwan May 24, 2019.

Taiwan just held the first gay weddings in all of Asia. But the country’s new law doesn’t apply to all same-sex couples.

Taiwan held its first same-sex weddings on Friday. But the new law only applies to people from Taiwan or other countries with marriage equality.
About 1,519 Taipei residents have at least $30 million in assets.

What it’s like living as a millionaire in Taipei, Asia’s ‘stealthy rich city,’ where the ultra-wealthy own more than 5 homes e...

Taipei is ranked the ninth in the world by number of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, but the Taiwanese don't flaunt their wealth.
Gay rights supporters took to the streets of Taipei, Taiwan on Friday to celebrate the legalization of same-sex marriage in the Asian island country.

10 maps show how different LGBTQ rights are around the world

Gay sex is still illegal in 35% of countries in the UN, according to the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.
People take part in a rally in support of same-sex marriage near the Presidential Office in Taipei on November 18, 2018, ahead of a landmark vote on LGBT rights on November 24.

Taiwan makes history in Asia as first parliament to legalize same-sex marriage

The bill passed on Friday will  allow full legal marriage rights for same-sex couples and also offers limited adoption rights.
Foxconn CEO Terry Gou is running to be Taiwan's president.

The billionaire CEO of Apple supplier Foxconn says he ‘will follow the instruction’ of a sea goddess who told him to run for president of ...

Terry Gou announced his bid for the Taiwanese presidency on Wednesday. He said the sea goddess Mazu told him to "step up" for the Taiwanese people.
An armed Chinese J-11 fighter near a US Navy P-8A Poseidon patrol aircraft over the South China Sea in international airspace east of Hainan Island.

Taiwan threatens to ‘forcefully expel’ Chinese fighters that get too close after rare incident this weekend

Taiwan's president said the military is ready to "forcefully expel" Chinese fighters at the first sign of provocation after an incident this weekend.

The baby allegedly dumped by a Singaporean couple in Taipei could have been alive at time of birth, reports say

If the baby is determined to have died after birth, the suspects involved could face murder-related charges.
US Coast Guard Legend-class maritime security cutter USCGC Bertholf sails into Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

The US Navy sailed between China and Taiwan again, and the Coast Guard joined in this time

US Navy and Coast Guard on Sunday sailed ships through the strategic Taiwan Strait, where the US is trying to increase its presence.

Scoot flight from Singapore to Taipei experiences drop in cabin pressure, oxygen masks activated

A female passenger who was travelling with her child reported that her infant vomited during the descent.

Taiwan man’s tongue pierced by ‘needle’ in a Mcdonald’s burger

Shi said that it was “immensely painful” and that he “bled profusely.”