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The status of women in Taiwan has been based on and affected by the traditional patriarchal views and social structure within Taiwanese society, which put women in a subordinate position to men, although the legal status of Taiwanese women has improved in recent years, particularly during the past two decades when the family law underwent several amendments. Throughout the 20th century, married women's rights were severely restricted, but they gradually improved, especially due to legal changes made in the last 20 years the family law was revised five times between and By , the new regulations had made divorce a little easier, allowed the wife to keep her own property registered in her name before without proving that she previously owned it; and allowed the judge to consider the best interest of children when evaluating the custody of children in a divorce case. Women's rights are protected in the Constitution of Taiwan : Article 7 states: " All citizens of the Republic of China, irrespective of sex , religion, race, class, or party affiliation, shall be equal before the law ". Th Act of Gender Equality in Employment  ensures women's rights in the workforce.
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Oral cancer is one of the common cancers and is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in Taiwan male population but the 16th in females 1 — 3. Based on the report from the Department of Health, R. Taiwan indicated that 7. Furthermore, the susceptibility of an individual to oral cancer is associated with the individual genetic factors and carcinogen-exposure behavior 7 — 9.
Paul H. During the Pacific War the Japanese government used a wide range of methods to recruit workers for construction projects throughout the occupied territories. Mistreatment of workers was a major grievance, both in widely publicized cases such as the use of prisoners of war and forced Asian labor to construct the Thailand-Burma "Death" Railway, and in a very large number of smaller projects.