Thank you. Now, Minister, I can’t help reminiscing your yellow stickers. Because the first time we met, that was many years ago, with our insurance co-chairs talking about electronic signatures. And I’m really thankful. for the fact that you are a man of the arts and definitely commit to what you try to do and you do it. We just have to make sure that as many people know about it as possible. So, I’m really touched to come by the fact that you have done so many things, so innovative, and so easy for others to understand what Taiwan is about. Our DEIA program really is the foundation based on that. It’s to let Taiwan shine like we’re talking about. And it’s natural… It should be. That’s the basic reason why we want to do DEIA.

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