Taiwan: Can We Call It A Selective Memory?

Frankly speaking, we can say that the EasyCard is a real success.

A local success (Taipei and its area), but a success and its functions number are increasing.

By the way, if you did not know who was the mayor of Taipei when the card was launched, I suppose that the blank is filled since yesterday.

A conference was hold to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the introduction of the EasyCard. And guess who participated? No idea? Have a look on the picture:


You recognized him: the former mayor of Taipei and the actual president (?) of Taiwan, M. Ma.

By the way, the Makong Gondola is reopening tomorrow after many months of wondering, explained by many by  bad and poor construction and conception.

Did you see any picture of M. Ma?


Did you see any news, comments or pictures of M. Ma about the Neihu MRT line?


Let’s stop the list here.

So, M. Ma remembered he was the mayor of Taipei to celebrate the EasyCard’s success, but he does not for the rest of his “achievements”?

I am just wondering… Can we call that a selective memory?



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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Tim Maddog, fvarga. fvarga said: #Taiwan Can we call that a selective memory? http://bit.ly/91rSZq According some standards… Yes 🙂 […]

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