We’ve heard about you and how wonderful and supportive the Taiwanese government is. We just want to come here and introduce ourselves in person.
All these are great partners. I’m very grateful that people in Taiwan…I love the Taiwanese people, very open-minded and very receptive to new ideas and new platforms. We’re very grateful.
Also, the Open Culture Foundation, the OCF, they also attended the OFF last year. I know you are also very involved in the Open Government, Open Data community.
This time around we are here for the Oslo Freedom Forum to support human rights and free expression, we are very proud to be working with the Taiwan Association for Human Rights, 臺權會…
I’m sure they also work with other platforms as well, to promote anti-CSE, child sexual exploitation. We recently started working with Garden of Hope, which is another great organization. It has been around for a very long time.
In addition to government agencies, we also do a lot of Twitter for Good work in this part of the world. Some of the partners that we have in Taiwan are really doing exemplary work. We’ve been working with 展翅協會 at Taiwan.
We’ve had success in terms of onboarding the Premier, Su Tseng-chang, the Vice Premier, Chen Chi-mai and also government agencies like the Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and President Tsai. Her Twitter game is on fire.
I like to think that maybe because I helped a little bit.
Including yourself, Minister Tang, you are really, really good at your Twitter game.
Particularly, I noticed Taiwan, the Taiwanese government, whether it’s political parties or government agencies, are very active and they’re very open-minded in terms of Twitter adoption. That makes my job slightly easier.
I joined about a year ago. Like Kathleen said, a part of the beneficiary of the company’s growth is this part of the world. Some of the work that I do is exactly what Kathleen said, along the three pillars of our work for policy, for Twitter government, and for ...
Actually, we’re all together. I’m actually from Hong Kong. Before joining Twitter, I lived in Washington DC. I moved to Singapore for this job, because it’s such a great opportunity. My colleagues are really great. In DC you met some of my colleagues.
I am under Kathleen’s guidance.