We don't have "problems" - we have "issues". And most people would say that economy is the most important issue of today.
Unfortunately, that is wrong.
The most important issues of today is overpopulation and the destruction of our planet.
We will run out of clean water and food, and the air will be unfit to breathe in just a few short decades. Our grandchildren will start to die off at a rate that may ensure extinction of the human species.
We will simply die off from the way we have trashed our world.
Just like the US, the biggest problem in Taiwan is the economy. I live in Australia the last few years and it is a dysfunctional federal government, that is the problem here.
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