Taiwanese companies to self-discipline And generate true "herd immunity" to the false management ethos. Therefore, "Taiwan-US cooperation" seems to be a struggle between democracy and totalitarian state in the short term, but in the long run, it is an act of reshaping global values and inviting business organizations to become "active bystanders"—initiating continuous good deeds , so that people in the world will no longer acquiesce to the "separation of spirit and flesh" for the sake of "instantaneous profit", and will no longer stand by and ignore it, which will eventually evolve into a series of dehumanizing evil deeds.
Two thousand years ago, the whatsapp database phrase "one cannot live by bread alone" (Mal 4:4) finally awakens the world's leaders and giants to reflect on reordering, the ultimate end of human survival, when the plague is raging. Purpose. Postscript: After consulting with bamboo patent law expert Meng-chun Kuo (also a Tsinghua alumnus), he shared his experience: if the foundry could potentially transfer the know-how of the manufacturing process on the US-based machine to the non-US-based machine , accelerated de-beautification, and similar transfers may fall into behaviors that are not allowed by the specifications of the procurement contract between the two parties. In addition, if a certain "process rule" has been applied for as a "patent" by the equipment factory,
even the internal transfer of the foundry is not allowed without authorization. As for how the U.S. government should regulate this kind of behavior (the ban on "using more than 15% of American technology to manufacture"), she gave me a very interesting and wise answer: "You can refer to the case of Meng Wanzhou. If the Americans have a way to pass the law If the system catches her lying, they will likely have a way to catch the manufacturer violating the regulations.” Production and trade of Baltic amber The Baltic Sea is the largest producing area of amber. Because amber is a precious ornament, it is known as "Baltic Gold". Since ancient times, the amber of the Baltic Sea has traveled from the neighboring Baltic countries, through Poland, Hungary, Vienna, Romania, and finally to Venice in the Mediterranean Sea.