Taiwanese girls and their Western (mostly white) boyfriends: A tricky subject that expats and Taiwanese can talk about endlessly.On Twitter, someone recommended the website e Renlai, which describes itself as „an Asia-Pacific magazine of cultural, social and spiritual concerns“.
The Group icon should be an image that depicts the theme of the Group.The group also publishes a lesbian magazine (in Mandarin), coordinates lesbian nights and parties at bars and clubs around the city, and usually throws the women’s party during Pride.Though they go by “Lez’s Meeting” in English, their Mandarin name actually roughly translates to something much cooler: “Women Nation.” of being colonized by various nations), “Formosa Isla,” or “Beautiful Island.” This site has been around forever (and still looks like it’s stuck in the ’90s), but is a great resource for both general questions about Taiwan and the LGBT community in Taiwan specifically for English-speakers.We regularly close Groups that are not active or have not reached a viable level of Member participation.Our current rule of thumb is that a Group should maintain at least 20 quality posts a week.Read more English posts on this otherwise mostly German blog.
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