OK, thank you.
Thank you. I got it. Thank you for your precious time. I really want to meet you as a prime minister. Hope you have a great day, and happy holidays.
Actually, this is my last, last question. You said you value openness. Taiwan does not disclose the movement of Corona confirmations. Is there any reason to not open the route?
What’s your ambition in your life?
What’s your goals as a minister?
Yeah, that’s right.
Yeah, four years.
This is my last question. It’s been five years since you work as a minister.
Do you have any role models as a leader? It doesn’t matter he or she.
Are you an optimist?
Thank you. What do you think is the most important leadership quality required nowadays?
Generation complex, ageism. How can you deal with that?
Thank you. Actually, we talk about the age. How can we deal with the ageism or general complex?
What’s the pros and cons to using the media?
…political communication. Social media is a very important tool for political communication nowadays.
This is a literally different question. Nowadays, social media has become one of the political…
Do you think young people can be a good leader of one’s society of one nation? Sometimes, they are very young, so seniors don’t follow their directions or don’t trust them.
I heard that you are the youngest minister in Taiwan. Have you ever had a hard time or something like that, because you’re young?
Do you believe that young people should participate more in politics like you?
How many the reverse mentors in Taiwan? Is there any qualification to be a reverse mentor?
That’s the second part of my question. Around the world, the number of young people going into politics is increasing. At the same time, young leaders are becoming more and more influential. Can you explain the situation?
Actually, I always wonder, do you feel tired when you’re leading so many people?
I heard that you have made more than 5,000 people become your minister. What’s the know-how? How can you actively lead the people? Is there anything to consider when leading citizens and talking to them?
What do you think your strengths as a young minister?
That was cool.
Actually, I was shown a documentary about you in Korean. I think the most impressive thing there was that the T-shirts. There was soccer one and coloring in rainbows. Does the T-shirts have any special meanings?
I really impressed to your leadership in Corona pandemic, especially the mask application also used in Korea as a similar way. Where did you usually get the inspiration for the policy and other things?
What’s the reason that you pursuing the society with high openness? Why did you come to that?
I think your focus is on openness or transparency.
That’s a big difference.
Can you explain about how the work, minister work, and as a civic hacker work? How different is it?
Your law is bringing together and coordinating, and inter-dating things, right?
Ah, I got it. Can you please give me a brief explanation of your job as a minister?
I think you can make the change in a civic hacker, but why do you became a minister such a young age?
Oh, MoeDictionary, OK.
Can you tell me again, the War Dictionary?
Are you interested in solving problems or participating in your politics before you became a minister?
I wonder, what do you as a civic hacker before you became a digital minister? This is my first question. Actually, I’m not friendly with the concept of civic hacker. Can you explain it first?
Thanks a lot. Today’s topic is three as a big part. First, before you became a minister, and second, your job as a digital minister, and the last, your advice to young leaders as a pioneer.