[quote=“BAH”][quote=“Mr He”][quote=“BAH”] That is incredibly offensive.
Taiwan is going it in the world, in an environment where a hostile power is trying to isolate it.
Thanks but no thanks for the “overview” and “analysis.”[/quote]
On price only seen from an economic viewpoint. After having spent time in several Taiwanese companies, I would say that most don’t have what it takes to enter the world markets in a meaningful way.[/quote]
That’s fine, saying Taiwan firms have a ways to go in competing in world markets in a meaningful way. And from what I have read, the leadership at Kedge does have a problem with company culture and basic competence.
But saying the Taiwanese people are fit only to be ruled by an advanced country? That’s just over the top and offensive.[/quote]
I don’t know, BAH, I might have to agree with Falcon. However, if we are going to follow his line of thought to its logical conclusion, then mainland China is in even greater need of being ruled by an “advanced nation.” Everything that has been brought up in this thread about poor business practices can be found in spades on the mainland. It makes Taiwan seem almost first world. Come to think of it, the only Chinese societies that don’t do this sort of mickymouse shit are Hong Kong and Singapore, two places that were colonized by the British. Yes, I think the US and Britain should impose their benevolent rule on both Taiwan and the mainland, using the Taiwanese as our compradors of course.
Falcon, I rarely read anything as nonsensical as what you posted. What a crock of shit.