Certainly. I believe that if there is a strong norm or habit that is already co-created and agreed by such multi-stakeholder panels, then the social sector will already amplify this norm. For example, wearing a mask to express one’s feelings about the color rainbow or the color pink or something. It is well-established in Taiwan and that is something that the social sector produced – not rules and regulations, but rather the norms. Once the norm is produced, of course we have got a lot of people with commercial interests to produce the most fashionable, while still statement-making, rainbow mask and things like that. We have from the Tokyo Olympic badminton game, this court, “one in” picture that decisively settled the game. That has been symbolized in numerous mask designs and so on. So, what I am having in mind is that the commercial interests, if they are piggy-backing on top of a norm that is already established as “good enough” and pro-social, then it is just a normal function of the market to make good mechanisms that can scale out and scale up such norms, and it provides a kind of natural vehicle on top of which those ideas will spread.