The oldest Television show (CBS), “60 Minutes “, program recently interviewed Zhang Zhongmou, the founder of TSMC, on semiconductor issues.
While addressing the viewers, Zhang said that if economic welfare is Xi Jinping’s imperative, he should take care of Taiwan on the other end. Then comes a most contentious question, when Zhang was asked if China intends to attract some time with Taiwan and nationalize TSMC with the “one China principle,” what would TSMC do?
If that has been the case, Zhang Zhongmou highlighted that if there is a battle between the two sides of the inlet, TSMC will be demolished, and everything will be shattered.
The television program also interviewed DPP legislator Wang Dingyu. Wang Dingyu said that China desires to take war on Taiwan and hunt down TSMC, nationalize it, and make China an international epic power. If other powerful countries like the United States, Japan, and Europe don’t want to go on the track as China says, China will stop the supply of chips to these countries; mayhaps this would make them listen to what China says because even companies that make bolts need a blueprint.
Thus far, we have led the world into the most chaotic place to survive, politicking inevitably playing an essential role in the unbendable or unstoppable retro train. Doesn’t it make any sense? It will promptly drive people batty against the rules and law. Acquiring companies and occupying countries to showcase the power among fellow nations wouldn’t be the perfect Strom we have ever asked for; all the things in the garden fall over the territory of the local street. Seemingly, there is no barricade to stop all this claptrap; we must evolve to take a stand out of it.