1. Hand in hand – listen to the stories of foreign spouses

The Lawrence S. Ting Memorial Fund and the YWCA of Taiwan have jointly kept a record of tough and brave women in Taiwan who have left their homeland. This book interviewed 10 new-immigrant women, their stories making us recognize their courage to overcome difficulties and create a happy life for themselves.

2. Hand in hand on the cloud: The digital life of new immigrant sisters

To help foreign spouses narrow their digital divide, the Lawrence S. Ting Memorial Fund and the YWCA of Taiwan since 2010 have offered free computer courses for foreign spouses in small classes to enhance their learning effect. Finally, the story of 12 foreign sisters learning how to use a computer is compiled into a book, alongside the interview of two instructors about their discovery and feeling during the course. Through the publication of this book, it hoped to heighten public awareness of multiculturalism. This book was published by the YWCA of Taiwan and the Fund.

3. 100 questions about Vietnam—respect diversity and appreciate the differences

The Lawrence S. Ting Memorial Fund joined hands with the YWCA of Taiwan in publishing 100 questions about Vietnam, covering local multicultural knowledge of Vietnam by way of question and answer, such as its history and geography, political economy, social humanities, art and culture, tourism, folk festivals, food, clothing, housing and transport, customs and taboos, and education systems, in order for readers to have a better understanding of Vietnamese culture. Teachers can also incorporate the contents of this book into classroom teaching, cultivate respect and understanding of different cultures, and construct a friendly multicultural learning environment.

4. Love at the CornerCompilation of Special Cases of Children and Adolescents of Foreign Nationality Born in Taiwan

The Ministry of Health and Welfare’s Social and Family Affairs Administration entrusted the YWCA of Taiwan to compile special cases of children and adolescents born in Taiwan who are not of Taiwanese nationality. The book presents 10 cases with complete and identifiable situations, providing relevant regulations and points of contact for them. It is hoped that it can become a reference book for front-line social workers to accurately assist the client to solve problems when needed, and protect their rights and interests.

4. Love at the Corner – Compilation of Special Cases of Children and Adolescents of Foreign Nationality Born in Taiwan

The Ministry of Health and Welfare’s Social and Family Affairs Administration entrusted the YWCA of Taiwan to compile special cases of children and adolescents born in Taiwan who are not of Taiwanese nationality. The book presents 10 cases with complete and identifiable situations, providing relevant regulations and points of contact for them. It is hoped that it can become a reference book for front-line social workers to accurately assist the client to solve problems when needed, and protect their rights and interests.