Throughout the whole process, the Central People's Government took the position that they understood why we have to do it, they respected my view and they supported me all the way.
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Our government continuously takes away our freedoms and that's why people are coming out.
Now when you think about it, did (tech) create or destroy jobs? No, it changed the nature of jobs.
No investor would put in money, no bank would give me a loan, the government wouldn’t issue permission for us to rebuild. Even if I reopen my business, we would have no customers. Bottom line is, nobody thinks Talise is safe.
They don’t just see me as a nurse. They see me as family. And I think it comes from seeing that we are genuinely here to help them for the long term.
If there’s one thing that I’ve learnt on my journey so far, it’s that everything we do should be for the people around us. What else is there? Your money’s not going to crowd around you and make you feel better or cry for you when you die. Your supercar is not going to be there for you and hold your hand when you need comfort.