21% of married Taiwanese aged 35 and above live with parents

08/31/2016 06:31 PM
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Taipei, Aug. 31 (CNA) About 21 percent of married men and women in Taiwan aged 35 to 54 still live with their parents, even though they are financially independent, according to statistics released by the Ministry of the Interior on Wednesday.


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