STANDING UP FOR SPOUSES
Human rights groups hold up signs during a protest outside the Executive Yuan in Taipei yesterday, calling on government agencies to cancel regulations that stipulate that Tibetan spouses need to be in Taiwan for two to three years before they can apply for residency.May 11, 2013
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