I apologize if I sound heartless, but I see this scenario over and over again. Don't people sort this stuff out BEFORE they get married? The regular testimonials that we receive here bear witness to a severe lack of communication and forethought.
I have a ridiculous amount of friends that "fall in love" and get married within a year of "knowing" their spouse. They get divorced and then start the cycle anew. Not to say that there aren't sometimes extenuating circumstances, like unplanned pregnancy, so no jibe at you, OP, I don't know your particular situation.
I have been in three 5-year+ relationships where I wanted to get married within the first year. I'm so happy that I didn't. I wouldn't contemplate getting married to someone that I hadn't lived with for AT LEAST 5 years, anymore, where parameters have been set.
I'm no saint, but my wife and I came to a prima facie
1) Don't give me irrational, emotional shit, and I'll reciprocate.
2) If we argue, being absurd and childish is counter-productive.
Never go to bed angry. Sort it out IMMEDIATELY, or it will fester.
I don't believe this anymore. Rather go to bed angry. Things look much better in the morning.
4) NEVER assume that I'm going to roll over to ridiculousness to "keep the peace". I saw my dad doing that all his life, and now the poor old chap isn't even allowed to hold a valid opinion anymore.
My wife had her own list, but that's our little secret.
Ultimately, don't be a pussy. Sort shit out. If it's untenable, work out a way to make it as painless for the protagonists as possible. And it has nothing to do with the wife being "Taiwanese". It has to do with where YOUR balls are situated: In your pants or in her hand.
And NEVER make the mistake of equating good sex with "love". I don't have enough fingers and toes to count my friends who have fallen foul of that folly.