Gang Gwo has more than 100 employees. As president, I am responsible for the family income of all our hardworking employees. To me, this is part of my social responsibility.
Tao Te Ching is a book from a sage in ancient China, and I keep practicing the moral principles of this book. With a clear conscience, I will do my best with no regret, and will not push too hard. I will let nature take its course.
Making profits is not our top priority. I have enough for living. I took over this business in 1996 from my father, and he gave me this advice:
"We have to treat our employees well and appreciate those who have helped us. Even with success in the future, we cannot abandon our hardworking employees and benefactors. No matter how smart and lucky you are, without the help and support of these people, you cannot reach self-actualization."
I always keep my father's advice in mind. Throughout the years, I have been very grateful to people who once helped me as well as to people who created obstacles for me. I do not complain to anyone, and I keep examining myself to see whether I have done my best.
Gang Gwo keeps growing over the years. Taking this opportunity,
we try to improve the life of our employees. In addition, I am learning to devote myself to more social responsibilities, and to help more people who are needy. So to keep Gang Gwo in good shape is the most important job to me, and is a mission of my life.