We [in Taiwan] have good hearts. We can see the priority seats in the train. It remains unseated all the time, even though it's crowded. And I heard a story, because recently it's been raining, and the rain was so heavy, and one day, a girl from Singapore, she was walking in the neihu area, there is no qilo [arcade]. So she was alking on the street without a qilo, and the rain was so heavy, and then there's a bus driver, driving on the street too. And there was no bus stop, but he stopped the bus, and asked the girl to come up, and he gave her an umbrella. This is the beautiful story I recently heard, and this happened in Taiwan.
Well, the book 'The Secret', tells us that if we want to be a certain person, you need to act like the one you want to be. So if Taiwan wants to be a nation, Taiwan needs to have an act, and the fact that Taiwan is a nation and we always belong to here. And I think we need to build up the competence of Taiwanese people, we need to tell more good stories about Taiwan, we can share good stories with foreigners on the internet. So when people inside the country think we all are belong to Taiwan, Taiwan can become very strong.
One of my friends, she studied in the UK two years ago, and she told me that there are a lot of Chinese people in her class, and when other foreigners said Taiwan is a part of China, no Taiwanese students stand out and deny the statment. On the other hand Chinese students will say it loud, that yeah, Taiwan is a part of China.
I blame it on our education. We don't stand up to defend ourself. We never stand up for ourselves. So that's not their fault. The fault is our education.
But if at our age, we are out of school for so many years, so if the case is now, we would stand up and defend?
If you stand up with me together?
So you wouldn't stand up alone.
If this happened, yes I would, but for 20 something kids, they're just out of school, they're just trained from the school system. They don't even dare to stand up, so that's not their fault.