It’s like the good side of populism without the bad side of polarization. And so when politicians start adopting this, and I would say President Tsai Ing-wen is a master in adopting this particular kind of politics, taking all the sides, building bridges. And so this then has a leadership effect to other politicians. And so in the recent presidential election, you can see all three candidates took something like this bridging stunts when it comes to Taiwan PRC relationship, which is very refreshing because every other presidential election was about two polarizing candidates. But for this particular one, all three if you muster their names, they’re essentially saying the same thing when it comes to bridging the Taiwan and PRC differences. Hope that answer your question. Thank you.

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