Q&A: Open House with Rep. Sherman

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  • Dear Congressman Sherman, Thank you for your dedicated services to the United States and being a strong supporter of Taiwan. Among your colleagues, to find a Taiwan Supporter is not difficult, but to find an unwavering strong supporter like you is not easy. We would like to recruit more strong supports of Taiwan like you, please advice and input. (Thomas Hwang)

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  • Would the Senate and President support the EAGLES act? What is the likelihood for the State Department to follow the Act in changing TECRO’s name to “Taiwan representative Office” (Mark Kao)

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  • Congressman Sherman, 95% of goods sold by Amazon are made in China. Amazon has become the biggest platform for Chinese goods sold in the USA. The goods were shipped here without custom tax. This continues to erode United States manufacturing base. Can the congress do anything to tax the Chinese goods and regain some manufacturing bases in U.S. or at least divert some goods from other friendly nations. (Stan Yang)

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  • Climate change is a big priority in the Biden administration. It seems to me that the dominant narrative is that “we have to work with China on climate change”, which for those who understands China like us know very well, it is impossible to really “work together with China” in any sensible manner. And we definitely should not give China any pass on human right issues just to exchange for their cooperation in climate change. What’s your view on the US should lead a new and strong climate change policy in which we rely less on China’s collaboration. (Ho-Chou Tu)