Taiwanese pop singer Jolin Tsai has released a music video to promote marriage equality.

In the video for the single We're All Different, Yet The Same, an elderly woman calls around to find a family member who can sign a consent form for her partner of 30 years to receive emergency treatment. Never having married, the woman cannot sign the form.

As she holds her partner's hand, she imagines a park wedding between her younger self and her love. The women exchange vows, then kiss.

“People used to tell me that I look like [actress] Ruby Lin,” Tsai said. “I finally met her today, and we kissed on our first meeting.”

A draft bill which would allow gay couples to marry in Twain has seen little progress since it cleared a first reading in the Legislative Yuan last year.