If there’s anything we can do to work with you.
We’ve learned so much from you.
I know she’s very busy, so thank you so much.
That’s positive. [laughs]
...your avatar from being there. That’s really clever.
You are virtual.
Are you finding it a bit harder to have this role to speak on international platforms, or is there a way around it? [laughs]
Audrey, because now you have an official ministerial role, are you finding it harder to go out and be invited? Do you remember that we invited you to go to Hong Kong, and then we had all the problems because of China, and your role a minister?
Also, from an organization point of view, there’s some things here that we could do.
Come to you for advice about life, everything.
We should meet with the minister more often, right?
Bring all those different ideas, and build a common ground from there.
It’s the same approach to the previous one, kind of the lobbying approach?
Work on the common ground, right?
You start from the basic level up.
Easy to build.
That’s fine. [laughs]
Nice example, very clear. Wow.
It’s all imported now.
And it’s about, kind of maybe, bringing the different stakeholders together to have that kind of discussion...
Only that you can now mainstream it to make it available...
"Come in to one system."
They’re part of the process.
It’s not such a hot topic, right?
LINE usage in Taiwan is really high.
They changed the legislation?
They don’t want to be left out either. They want to be part of it.
Some of the main taxi companies?
To the sides, right?
People were polarized, right?
A parallel reality.
Or the facts...
It’s too late.
This is going to become...OK.
The different views and...
That’s it, "Here’s your funding." That’s fantastic.
Then you get very fast results?
It’s some form of online lobbying? You get the communities so they can lobby online?
[surprised sound] [laughs]