I’m lately wondering about this topic: How is gender equality in Taiwan? Japan for example is really quite patriarchalic: almost all politicians are men, the bosses of the companies are men, the typical image of a woman is to be at home and do the child care etc. About China, I also don’t hear so good stuff.
But what about Taiwan? I’m wondering a little bit, because I have not yet heard of practice like in Japan with this kotobuki-taisha (that you are expected to leave the company after marriage), and also there was Lü Xiulian as vice president or Cai Yingwen etc. So politically, it seems that their status is much better as e.g. in Japan. But this of course can be misleading. Do you have any information (I also would like to hear some personal stories, if available)?