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Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby macko79 » 05 Jun 2012, 23:31

Filipino married to Taiwanese. I'm a filipino(pinoy) & my wife is a taiwanese. Naghahanap lng po ng mga kababayan natin na naninirahan dito sa Taiwan at may asawang taiwanese.
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby tommy525 » 05 Jun 2012, 23:39

macko79 wrote:Filipino married to Taiwanese. I'm a filipino(pinoy) & my wife is a taiwanese. Naghahanap lng po ng mga kababayan natin na naninirahan dito sa Taiwan at may asawang taiwanese.


and? I seem to have missed the point?
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby pgdaddy1 » 06 Jun 2012, 01:05

tommy525 wrote:
macko79 wrote:Filipino married to Taiwanese. I'm a filipino(pinoy) & my wife is a taiwanese. Naghahanap lng po ng mga kababayan natin na naninirahan dito sa Taiwan at may asawang taiwanese.


and? I seem to have missed the point?


Well try translating from Tagalog Tommy. The OP is looking for compatriates in Taiwan who are also married.
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby tommy525 » 06 Jun 2012, 03:08

well, typing in english would be preferable in this case no? This is an english site yes?

He could have said the same thing in english and then to add emphasis repeat same in tagalog? Thats what I wouldve done.

Not trying to be a meanie but...English puh lease or some semblance of it at least? :notworthy:
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby Juan_Marco » 27 Dec 2012, 15:06

@Macko79: Yes, I am a filipino married to a taiwanese. I presume you are in Taiwan, what city? We are the few ones here. :)
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby mjp0021 » 30 Dec 2012, 23:00

meron rin pla pinoy dito hanap mo nga ko chiks hhaha
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby mghung » 19 Mar 2013, 11:29

maganda ba maging taiwan cityzent? 2years n q dito ...
I am merried to taiwanese husband....
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby goose egg » 19 Mar 2013, 12:14

@mghung - Ako din isang Pinoy married to Taiwanese. I've thought about what it means to give up my Filipino passport in exchange for a Taiwanese one. It really depends whether you see yourself staying here "for good" or "going home" someday. Unlike before, traveling with a Taiwan passport is more convenient than with a Filipino one (in the past, they were equally inconvenient). And Filipinos are subject to "global taxation" - so we are expected to report income to the Philippine government whether we earn it in the Philippines or not.

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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby hansioux » 19 Mar 2013, 15:43

Goose Egg wrote:@mghung - Ako din isang Pinoy married to Taiwanese. I've thought about what it means to give up my Filipino passport in exchange for a Taiwanese one. It really depends whether you see yourself staying here "for good" or "going home" someday. Unlike before, traveling with a Taiwan passport is more convenient than with a Filipino one (in the past, they were equally inconvenient). And Filipinos are subject to "global taxation" - so we are expected to report income to the Philippine government whether we earn it in the Philippines or not.

@mjp0021 - may Pinoy sa buong mundo, siyempre maaari mong makita sila dito sa Forumosa Image


yeah, I've always wondered about that sticker at the bottom of the forum. What's the story behind that?

And how did you guys meet your Taiwanese half?
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Re: Filipino married to Taiwanese

Postby IdeaRat » 19 Mar 2013, 17:16

hansioux wrote:yeah, I've always wondered about that sticker at the bottom of the forum. What's the story behind that?

It's a trademark.
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