What would you suggest?
Maybe a rather strange question, but if you were asked to advise the KMT what they should have to do to regain public trust and support?
I want to ask you what are the major challenges for Taiwan succeeding in the transformation process from a high‑tech hardware manufacturer to an immigration‑driven economy and society, that’s IoT and so on.
May I raise another topic? You’re also, through this party, responsible for implementing the national digital plan.
To ask the same question again, do you have any indications or proof that the Chinese government tried to influence the outcome of the elections in January, 2016 by having out bots and whatever? Because they were very much interested in the outcome of the elections, at least as interested ...
Political support is more or less a technical question?
What does the government, and what does the President, and what do you have to do to keep young people and the younger generations on your side?
If I may ask an additional question, the new President Tsai Ing‑wen and the DPP, the ruling party, are strongly supported by the younger generations.
What was your idea to join the movement, and what consequences did you draw out from this experience? I mean, are you in favor of more grassroots democracy by integrating into the political deliberation protest, NGOs, and the civil society more?
As far I know, you joined politics during the actions of the Sunflower Movement.