“Regulating Religion in Taiwan: Historical Background, Changes, and Recent Controversies” by Rung-Guang Lin

One of the most notable characteristics of Taiwan’s approach to regulating religion is that the country has very few laws that directly intervene in religious affairs. Though some other Asian countries have religion-specific statutes that restrict interfaith marriage, regulate proselytization, or criminalize certain strains of religious speech, no such statute can be found in Taiwan’s