New passport rules announced

12/08/2015 09:19 PM
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Taipei, Dec. 8 (CNA) From Jan. 1, Republic of China (Taiwan) nationals will be allowed to add alternate Romanized names in their passports based on the names' pronunciations in their mother tongues, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.


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