Today let’s talk about the social networking site Dcard.
The National Immigration Agency told me
(Is Article 62 of the Immigration Act good for anything ever at all?)
Anyway, perhaps someone could bop on down to Dcard’s offices at
台北市大安區光復南路 102 號 11 F
and get the scoop on what their opinion on “should foreigners have a voice?” is. While you are at it, also by the way ask them if they have any discriminatory hiring practices too.
And once they do hire a foreigner, how does that foreigner post a message?
I see their founders often are in the same pictures as President Tsai.
On Facebook I could even get a 藍勾勾 Blue Checkmark. Alas, on Dcard, it’s “back of the bus.” Imagine reading Forumosa for years, and one day you want to slightly comment on something, only to find out “No xxxxers allowed.” Well wouldn’t you regret all the reading of others’ cheerful conversations you did?
Sure, Dcard may say “Our focus is students. Just use your student ID.” OK, but they also let non-students participate – that is, if they are ROC Citizens.