I'm not sure if this policy is still in place, but years ago if a foreign baby was born here on Taiwan soil it was standard protocol for the government to take the baby and send it to the Taiwanese Reeducation Center in Tainan. It was a one week orientation designed to avoid the societal danger of inherited foreign instincts a newborn may harbor. My memory is a bit patchy here, but I believe the week involved rigorous postnatal introductions to basic Taiwanese survival skills, for instance, there is a quick tutorial regarding betel nut chewing and the proper way to litter in public parks, an instructional video hosted by Zhu ge Liang demonstrating the ancient Taiwan tradition of constantly being in someone's way. The week ends with the little ones being placed in a stroller and push up and down busy alleyways during rush hour, and finally, assuming they pass the written driving test (which any newborn can do) they get sent home with a 50cc Kymco and matching Doraemon skateboard helmet.
Unfortunately, there is no citizenship birth rights in Taiwan :-(
Some people have a big mouth.....