Audience members, please put your hands together once again for Audrey Tang.
Without a doubt!
Yes, of course.
Alright, alright, alright.
So we come back to that again. It’s great. OK, alright. Last question.
Oh, but can you call this an advice for people who are on this path?
So it can eliminate some negative emotions because there is no such work for you in the future?
Or we can start taking away the rights of what people can do… no, no, just kidding.
Do you think they are so enthusiastic because they can’t do so much? Because once you can do it, you won’t cherish it as much.
Like a certain young boy.
OK, OK. Which definition do you not want to follow?
Hang on, there are two questions. What is the definition of youth?
Brilliant. Okay, next question.
Pack a bunch of white balls at home…
Also we should use a kind of projected virtual characters…
You’re going to say something about robots and Skype?
On this informal occasion…
OK, we can’t find it.
He is also one of the party founders.
Not creative, that’s what you mean.
Oh, so you are really saying something. I’ve found that you really know how to chat. How come you can speak about anything?
Do you wash your hair every day?
Oh, so you don’t maintain your hair?
Hey, really, I know it, it’s that shop on Dunhua South Road…
Great, they must be worried that no one knew this was just kidding.
Alright, alright, I have restrained my urge. I know that just now the audience is sending questions to Minister Audrey Tang through a website. I don’t know if we have explained to everyone that we want really irreverent questions.
OK, good, more languages.
You’ve just said learning another language can help you understand another culture, but my question is this. Since a language cannot include all concepts, so do you have other methods to…
OK, good. Also, because I majored in foreign languages, I wanted to talk about languages that we’ve mentioned earlier. We learn languages, and languages are the denotations of the conceptual world. We express our thoughts through languages.
Let’s talk about anarchism. In your opinion, what’s the difference between “anarchism” and “anarchy”?
Wow! There are so many things that I want to talk about.
So it’s not the “bǎoshǒu” kind of conservative. What’s the difference between your definition and the usual one?
Audrey, I don’t know it’s before or after when you became a Minister, but when someone said that you’re a proponent of anarchy, you seemed to explain that anarchism doesn’t equal to having no government at all?
You know, the producer keeps saying, “Okay, okay, you should end the conversation now,” on the side. Yet, it’s my last episode, I just don’t care.
Yeah, seriously… I really don’t care.
Let’s talk about the last topic. I believe everyone in the audience can see that I really just want to chat with Audrey and don’t really care about you guys at all.
Its outcome is different. Good.
Alright. Yet, I don’t agree with you because the circuit of emotions doesn’t have to contradict each other. For instance, when writing scripts for the show, I often tell my writers, “we have to pick an emotion.” I believe sadness and happiness have the most contradictions. As for anger, you ...
Because…for instance, if disinformation is spread through more hilarious memes, then aren’t we kind of having a competition to be the funniest message to grab everyone’s attention?
However, in order to use memes to reply to the disinformation, or as a the premise to make this work, the memes always have to…always have to be more hilarious.
…they temporarily get unconscious…
Seems fair. Clever.
That’s right. This interpretation totally makes sense. However, I know you, Audrey, have provided a solution to counter disinformation by responding with memes?
Our show has discussed how to respond to disinformation before, and our solution is to knock everyone out. When you can’t tell the truth from the false anymore, you won’t be impacted by disinformation. Of course, I am standing by what we’ve said previously. I believe this is a great ...
OK. Let me ask one last thing: Disinformation.