Top 315 Quotes & Sayings by Taiwanese Authors

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Run toward the hardest problems. This approach has helped me to learn a tremendous amount from both success and failure.
The sun sucks. I used to love the sun, but now I hate it because it just wants to kill everything. I always tell everyone, if you don't want to do skin care, fine, but at least put sunscreen on. The reason why we have little freckles, skin cancer, and wrinkles is because of the sun.
Smart people focus on the right things. — © Jensen Huang
Smart people focus on the right things.
Build a lifestyle around your brand, and the audience will follow.
Doing the right things is more important than doing things right.
Democracy is not just an election, it is our daily life.
The laptop computer is a workhorse. The tablet is just a display.
I never think I am successful. If I am successful, then I should be retired.
I need to make the characters that I play in movies more accessible to audiences, more real. As an actor, you're always passive; you're not making that many choices, so when something allows you to open up a bit, you want to explore your newfound freedom.
I always have this imagination, something I want to use. I don't understand the idea of leisure time.
I really like to win.
My dad was going to graduate school at Columbia, in New York, so we moved there. After he graduated, we ended up settling in New York, so I grew up there.
I'm comfortable with myself now, and I understand how goofy I am, how stupid I can be, how emotional I can be, or how focused I can be. — © Amber Liu
I'm comfortable with myself now, and I understand how goofy I am, how stupid I can be, how emotional I can be, or how focused I can be.
In the face of love, everyone is equal. Let everyone have the freedom to love and to pursue their happiness. I am Tsai Ing-wen, and I support marriage equality.
I happen to believe that video games will be the largest sport and entertainment in the world. The reason for that is a video game can be every sport. You can be anybody.
Taiwan has been so well developed economically. But we are underdeveloped culturally.
I have a bag and shoe addiction. If I were a doctor or a lawyer, I'd still have it.
Great graphics requires more than just high-performance hardware. Gamers know software is just as important.
AI as a technology is complex, of course, but the capabilities and benefits of AI aren't hard to understand.
The single most important thing for any processor is getting adoption by software developers.
I finish off my manicure with Dior's Gel Coat, which has a thicker consistency than most top coats. It dries quickly and leaves your nails really shiny.
I have promised on many occasions that I will build a consistent, predictable and sustainable cross-strait relationship.
I am grateful for the continued opportunity to take risks and learn from my mistakes as we at AMD strive to use technology to help solve some of the world's toughest challenges.
When my alarm goes off between 6 to 6:30 A.M, the first thing I do is reach for my phone. I look at Twitter to see the headlines. It's become my news aggregator. Then I check my Instagram.
I just dress for comfort.
I went to school at MIT with a whole bunch of engineers. And then I started work one day and asked myself, 'Why do all of these MIT Ph.D.s work for Harvard M.B.A.s?' Why should it be like that? I was one of those engineers who thought, 'Why are these people making those dumb decisions?' So it's fun to be the person making them.
Traditional computing is always going to be a part of AMD's business, but our technology can go further.
We really want to be the leading designer and integrator of tailored solutions.
Make sure there are lots of Harvard M.B.A.s working for MIT Ph.D.s in the future.
I will make the greatest efforts to seek a way for Taiwan and mainland China to interact that is mutually acceptable to both sides. I will not be provocative; there will not be any surprises.
Our core competency is really in processors.
Politically, of course, the U.S., despite the flaws in its systems, is still a democracy - we like to associate with democracies. And strategically, the U.S. is a counter-balance to China, a rising China that is not yet a democracy.
Mrs. Thatcher was a powerful figure at the time I was a student in London. And I admire her versatility and strength.
Gaming is one of those things that's pretty amazing because when you think about it, everybody wants to game; whether you're a casual gamer, or you're an enthusiast gamer, there's a large market for us.
I respect the Japanese and especially like their execution and communication styles. Unlike the Koreans, they will not hit you from behind.
Without intellectual honesty, you can't have a culture that's willing to tolerate failure because people cling too much to an idea that likely will be bad or isn't working and they feel like their reputation is tied up in it. They can't admit failure.
I was very focused on school. No social life whatsoever.
I was not considered a kid that would be successful in my career. — © Tsai Ing-wen
I was not considered a kid that would be successful in my career.
When I first debuted back in 2009, K-Pop was already starting to get bigger because of the Internet. And that's how I found it, because I'm not Korean.
It turns out that a lot of gamers love design, love to create in digital.
This is so cliche and cheesy but so true - seeing how happy people get if you A. give them a beauty product or B. give them a tip that works. There's such joy in finding a good beauty product.
It's a day-one expectation that when you buy a processor, it's not going to leak your data.
I'm looking forward to real big advances in autopilot capability. I'm also expecting companies all over the world starting to deploy mapping and experimental cars for taxi services. You'll see a lot more activity around that.
I enjoy looking at other people's products and learning from them. We take all of our competitors very seriously, as you know. You have to respect Intel. But we have our own tricks up our sleeves.
The country has been shaken up by me. I am just being myself.
Having no competition is a bad thing. Competition makes you try to improve yourself all the time.
I think it's fair to say that the age of traditional computing is dead.
In a T-shirt and basketball shorts - that's just my go-to: I'm ready for a workout. I'm ready to go play basketball. I'm ready to go dance. I'm ready to go into the studio. It's my getup for anything. I can get it dirty, which is fine. I can sweat in it; it's fine. It's nostalgic because it's what I wore every day as a kid.
I've been trying out all these bronzers, and By Terry has an amazing one called the Bronze Expert. — © Eva Chen
I've been trying out all these bronzers, and By Terry has an amazing one called the Bronze Expert.
I have a lot of Japanese fans, but in Korea they seem to go crazy for me. I don't know what it is, but they seem to like my style.
In f(x), when I'm doing K-pop, that's cool - that's our concept. But me, as a solo artist, I'm just me. I'm gonna wear my jeans, my Jordans, and I'm just gonna be a little stupid on stage.
The notion of what we're trying to do at AMD is about bringing out great technology, great products.
I have often asked myself if I would have worked as hard if I was as ill as Steve Jobs. My answer is that my wife most likely would not have let me work, and I would have stayed home. But I am not Steve Jobs.
The challenge for what everybody's seeing in deep learning - the software richness is really quite high. In training, you have to wait days and weeks before it comes back to tell you whether your model works or not. And in the beginning, they all don't work.
I do think the blockchain infrastructure is here to stay.
The greatness of this country lies in how every single person can exercise their right to be himself or herself.
What India is doing in promoting technology and broadband access and PCs for the population is an important market for us.
I will, based on the existing ROC constitutional system, based on democratic principles, on the basis of the largest public opinion, promote cross-strait policy.
You can get inspired from a magazine, yes, but you can also be inspired from a website, from a street-style blogger, from what people post on Instagram.
My dad was a mathematician and worked for New York City as a statistician. My mom was an accountant and eventually started her own business in her mid-40s. She linked manufacturers in Taiwan to companies in the United States that needed those types of products.
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