This chapter analyses the struggles of women’s organisations aiming at the transformation of care regimes in Taiwan, focusing particularly on the Childcare Policy Alliance advocates for public care and concentration on childcare policy reform. Feminist activists and scholars introduced the metaphor of family/home to argue in favour of importing the Nordic model to Taiwan, engaging in building up community-based childcare and strategies for representing and transforming what is understood as the Nordic model in Taiwan. The metaphor of family/home is especially essential in Taiwan’s context, where care work mainly takes place in the private family or in commercial settings, and it demonstrates feminist engagement by redefining the relationship among women, family, and the state. The author shows how in a society that continues to value its Confucian tradition, state feminists have employed Confucianism strategically as a legitimated cultural tradition in their efforts to ‘import’ the Nordic model.