OK, all right.
Oh, I see. There’s the little plug, and stuff like that.
Hmm. Anything you want to say to the hosts?
Good idea. I like that.
It’s an agreement. Was there anything else you wanted to say?
I understand that that would be useful for you, and that’s how you operate.
I give you my promise to do that, OK?
Yeah, exactly. I’d be more than happy to.
You’d like to share that haven’t talked about? The container for this is the closing film of Social Enterprise World Forum.
Very good. Oh, my...
How can we help you share this broader story of a radically different way of governing?
Any comment on social enterprise from what you’ve seen here?
How do you feel being here in Scotland?
How did you discover this purpose of doing this in this very unique way, of bringing so much to the government part of it? You could have gone anywhere, but why government?
I’ve heard a lot about the government thing here and social enterprise. Now, what would your message be for governments around the world looking at the social enterprise space?
I want to ask you so many questions, but I’m going to just check my list. I don’t want to do all of them, but I want to make sure we have a few things that fit within this narrative that we’ve defined, which you’re blowing apart, anyway. [laughs] In ...
Just speak to that for a moment, and then why you might feel at home here in the social enterprise house, if you will.
I don’t expect someone like you, as a minister in government, because of my stereotypes, because my ideas. How do you feel about that, when you meet somebody, and you know you can recognize when somebody’s like, "What? You’re a government minister?"
This is good. This is really good. This is quite inspiring.
How is that government changed so radically in Taiwan in such a short period? How is that example possible in a world where there’s massive disruption? In Australia, there’s political chaos. I’m sure you’ve heard about that. What’s the hope here for us in that context, that you seem to ...
Thank you. That’s right to the point, and amazing and wonderful. What’s the relationship here with social enterprise?
Just tell me the story of that, if you would.
That was quite a short little bite there. You want to tell me the story of how that came to be? That sounds amazing. That’s what you were explaining over there with the other lady, wasn’t it?
That’s great. What does that mean that you do on a day-to-day basis, or what’s your responsibilities in that? Or more like, what do you think the purpose is of what you do?
Would you mind first introducing yourself?