Moving to Taiwan and other questions

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Re: Moving to Taiwan and other questions

Postby PigBloodCake » 01 May 2012, 23:43

jimipresley wrote:
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So how do you go from APRC to getting a Taiwan citizenship? Do you really have to renounce your birthplace citizenship in order to get a TW passport?

http://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopi ... 66&t=19697

http://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopi ... 67&t=80053

You're not a newbie, so you're going to get one of these from me: :roll:

Be thankful it wasn't from Northcoast Surfer.


Yeah, sorry....going to sleep in a few mins and was too lazy to search. :notworthy:
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Re: Moving to Taiwan and other questions

Postby Battery9 » 01 May 2012, 23:46

It seems like you have a lot of family contacts! Why not try to get a job with them? English schools are expensive! What do you think about home schooling her while teaching her Chinese, then place her in a local school when she is ready?
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Re: Moving to Taiwan and other questions

Postby bluenitsuj » 02 May 2012, 01:31

Battery9 wrote:It seems like you have a lot of family contacts! Why not try to get a job with them? English schools are expensive! What do you think about home schooling her while teaching her Chinese, then place her in a local school when she is ready?


We are just starting to put the word around my fiance's family but me only speaking very basic Mandarin will be a problem possibly. Teaching my daughter chinese is easier said than done, her mum has tried and tried but my daughter shows little or no interest. She is interested in having private lessons in england so I will arrange that very soon. Home schooling is an option but I would not have a clue where to start to be honest.
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Re: Moving to Taiwan and other questions

Postby Petrichor » 02 May 2012, 06:03

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Battery9 wrote:It seems like you have a lot of family contacts! Why not try to get a job with them? English schools are expensive! What do you think about home schooling her while teaching her Chinese, then place her in a local school when she is ready?


We are just starting to put the word around my fiance's family but me only speaking very basic Mandarin will be a problem possibly. Teaching my daughter chinese is easier said than done, her mum has tried and tried but my daughter shows little or no interest. She is interested in having private lessons in england so I will arrange that very soon. Home schooling is an option but I would not have a clue where to start to be honest.


There is a homeschooling network here too if you might be interested in that. I don't know a lot about it but it does exist.
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Re: Moving to Taiwan and other questions

Postby bluenitsuj » 02 May 2012, 16:07

"There is a homeschooling network here too if you might be interested in that. I don't know a lot about it but it does exist."

Can someone provide the link please, I have searched but cannot find.
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Re: Moving to Taiwan and other questions

Postby Petrichor » 02 May 2012, 17:15

bluenitsuj wrote:"There is a homeschooling network here too if you might be interested in that. I don't know a lot about it but it does exist."

Can someone provide the link please, I have searched but cannot find.


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