That’s great, very good. Thank you again.
Madam Minister, thank you very much for a very informative and innovative presentation.
Any other comments, questions?
It’s a special day for you. It’s a special day for us. We’re really much interested in hearing what you have to say because already you’ve given us more technology and more innovation in this meeting than we normally have. Thank you very much. I give the floor to you.
One thing I will tell everyone, for those of you who have participated in our events before, because the minister is very into transparency, that this is not our usual Chatham House Rules. Things won’t be attributed to people, but your message is being recorded. Is that right?
Then we have other members of our board here. We have John Connorton and also Richard Howe. We’re very interested in your presentation.
We also have Grace Warnecke, who is our Chairman Emeritus, who served as the Chairman of the Board for many years. Then, to my right, we also have George Schwab. This week, people have been calling me the new George Schwab…
Just for those of you who don’t know, we have Don Zagoria, who’s the head of our Forum on Asia-Pacific Security.
I’d just like to preface our talk. First of all, we want to thank the ambassador, Ambassador Lily Hsu.
This is something we can all learn from. Change your logo, change how you do things. She has a long history in being involved in technology and education and government. We’re really looking forward to hearing what you have to say.
…three years. She showed me she has a new card.
Thank you very much. For those of who don’t know Minister Tang – you’ve been in your job about…
We’re very honored that you’re here today to speak with a group not only of our members but other experts. This is something that, I think, Taiwan is a leader in, in digital technology and the kinds of transparency and openness in government that you are promoting.
Minister Tang, your talk at Asia Society was one of the best presentations that I’ve heard all year.