By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
As international marriage has become a common practice in the Taiwanese
society, the Ministry of the Interior Wednesday suggested that people wishing to engage in international marriage through transnational matchmaking pay attention to the “two musts and three mores” principle to protect their own interests.
Deputy Minister of the Interior Jonathan Chen told a press conference that international marriage is easy to break due to the fact that the couple usually know each other in a short time as well as due to each other’s difference in personality, life expectation and cultural background.
Therefore, the MOI has made an educational video to remind people intending to engage in international marriage to understand the difference in each other’s family background, languages and culture before making the decision to tie the knot, Chen said. [FULL STORY]