Here’s Taiwan’s trailblazing digital minister’s advice on how the feds can boost service to Canadians
By Emily HawsNov. 21, 2018
Audrey Tang was part of an activist movement that occupied Taiwan's Parliament in 2014. Two years later, she was made digital minister.
Taiwanese Digital Minister Audrey Tang lives by what she calls radical transparency, which means she records every meeting she has. The recordings are then transcribed and put online so citizens know what she's up to. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Audrey Tang is not your typical cabinet minister.
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